This rural haven in the middle of Fulham is a collaboration between Brett Graham of the famed Ledbury restaurant, Mike Robinson of the acclaimed Pot Kiln pub in rural Berkshire and Edwin Vaux from the famous Vaux brewery.
The idea is to provide Londoners with a really relaxed venue for eating the finest British produce, cooked amazingly well, accompanied by excellent beer and wine at a great price.
Great service and the food was the best
One of my absolute favorite places to eat and drink in the world
One of the nicest lunches we’ve had in a while, great choices, excellent attentive staff. Thoroughly enjoyed our experience
Harwood arms was spectacular. I would 100% go back...and am now looking forward to a Sunday roast there.
Not our first visit, but this time we were a little disappointed. The bread wasn't quite as tasty. My companion's venison was too salty. Neither of us was thrilled by our sweet course.
The service was excellent. There were birthday wishes waiting on the table, and a small but beautiful birthday desert was presented.
The management didn't charge for one of the deserts to compensate for the disappointment with the venison.
Always make us feel so welcome (and our dog)... the service was amazing
Experience was lovely at Harwood Arms. Menu is set to 3 course meal with delicious options to select from each course. Crab Royale was amazing! Must try! & let’s not forget the bread and butter... delicious !
Delightful “no frills” culinary experience. Food was superb .
The food is always good here, the venison scotch egg in particular is special.
Great time and great food , didn’t break the bank this time
We had Sunday roast and it was delicious!! A large amount of food but it was wonderful! And our server was darling, so very helpful in recommendations and tentative as was her assistant. We had a great visit and would definitely recommend to friends. Excellent quality of food and wonderful drinks as well.
Fantastic food and excellent presentation! Portions are humongous which could be positive or negative thing - I personally would have liked smaller portions and savour a bit, but no other complaint. It was fantastic food!
I had heard some good things about this place but they didn't match what I found. From the greeting as we entered to the goodbyes when we left the staff were superb, many 5 star hotels could take a leaf out of this place's book for staff attitude.
I brought a friend who had never visited the UK and, genuinely, thought our cuisine stretched no further than fish and chips... so this was a great showcase for just how impressive we can be in the UK. My friend was blown away by it, from the rich and bite worthy venison scotch egg through to the velvety, flavorsome, sumptuous deer and pork jowl main dishes it was indescribably delicious.
thanks loads to the chefs and staff at this hidden gem of a place... you deserve every accolade we can give you... especially now my friend is raving to all her colleagues and acquaintances to visit the UK!
The food was lovely and staff better still in a lovely restaurant - it's not really a pub from what I could see! Lovely little touches on account of my wife's birthday were very much appreciated and we will definitely return.
Loved the food, loved the service, had a great dining experience! I would definitely recommend the deer shoulder!
great food, excellent value, will definitely return
We had the lunch special wich was really good value-for money. Very high-level food, 3 courses, nicely presented at a reasonable price.
Great food service & nice old pub style place- only draw back, it just gets too loud!
My first Michelin dining and it won't be my last. An exquisite selection of food and drink, no matter what you choose off the menu, you won't be disappointed. Great tasting dishes and I left feeling full!
What an incredible meal that was! Delicious food, fab service and great atmosphere. It was my dad's 60th birthday and he felt so special and looked after! Well done, Harwood Arms team. We really appreciate it and we'll definitely be back! Thanks so much x
Amazing!! Food was spectacular. The service spot on. Definitely good for foodies and any occasion. Can’t wait to go back!!
Three course Sunday Roast dinner - possibly best meal of our lives!
Delicious food and excellent service. A very noisy room though and it was a struggle to hear people across the table.
I have eaten here at least 5 or 6 times. I've had outstanding meals and less impressive ones. My recent visit was very disappointing, so much so that I doubt I will return as there are so many other choices in London. Both courses were highly over-salted. My quail salad starter was otherwise rather bland. My pork jowl main would have been so much nicer if they'd held the extreme salt. My dessert of plum tart could not have been more underwhelming. Very thin layer of plum - so much so that I wouldn't have really known what I was eating - I was aware more of the pastry than the actual filling. My husband's brown bread ice cream was equally unimpressive - utterly tasteless. For its reputation, it was an enormous let down this visit, I'm afraid.
Great evening. We were celebrating my husband 's birthday. The food, service, and ambiance were good. Tha k you to all the staff.
The pub made our anniversary a special occasion with a lovely card and a special additional pudding that was a lovely surprise. The food is always good and the service wonderful. The only the challenge being the rather pricey wine list.
Excellent food, especially the veal (advertised for two, but three could easily eat). Typically great wine pairing advice but not completely good today.
From the moment we walked in the staff made us feel welcome and having dined here last year with rave results I must say they outdid themselves. I would highly recommend this establishment for any discerning diner.
Great visit as usual, Saturday lunch, excellent menu choice.....too good in fact as could have eaten most of the menu! Can’t wait to return.
Wonderful food , friendly but discrete service and very relaxed atmosphere . The standards are always maintained at a high level . We will be back .
Excellent service and amazing food while on holiday. Would definitely come back here again.
Amazing food and atmosphere, worth a visit when in London
I was disappointed by our experience at Harwood Arms. I've been a few times and have always thought of the pub / restaurant as a go-to for a relaxed but 'occasion-friendly' venue with charming staff and delicious food. Unfortunately, it seems this has gone downhill. The man waiting on our table was dismissive to the point of being rude and when asked if a bottle of wine was on it's way walked off with a teenage 'yeah, yeah, yeah' retort. The starters - to the chef's credit - were absolutely delicious. The crab, especially. The mains and puddings, however, were average. It was under review from our table on whether it's difficult to deliver a 'Michelin Starred' Sunday lunch, and a different order would have stood us in good stead, but all in all: a let-down, this time around.
Seeking an alternative Sunday lunch offering to the wonderful Hawksmoor upon multiple recommendations we tried Harwood.
From the sumptuous warm rye bread, through the whipped chicken liver with thyme hobknobs, to the Sunday roast itself the Harwood Arms deliverers.
Delicious, similar price range & an all together more pubby vibe- so great for those seeking the quintessential experience but still just not quite the Hawksmoor for me.
The main reason- the service. Everyone was very nice, but a forgotten drinks order, confused face upon requesting a decanted wine & lack of traditionally tasty sounding desserts later I’d still opt for a Hawksmoor Sunday, but only just. Nice to have a good alternative.
Wow! Exceptional staff went out of their way to ensure we had a fabulous meal to celebrate or wedding anniversary. Having eaten in michelin star food widely in the UK and abroad .... this was a very good experience and very moderately priced! Well done to the whole team from the plate wash to management - we will be back and tell friends to try it!
Great food, service was unpretentious but somewhat cold and rushed at times, relaxed atmosphere, incredible value.
Very nice evening. Just busy enough for there to be atmosphere but not too busy to the point that you couldn’t hear each other talk.
Whipped liver pate was good but when eaten with the homemade hobnobs it was superb. Glad the SUTTON Hoo chicken was on the specials list as I didn’t really fancy anything else on the main course menu. However, having said that it was delicious.
Usual excellent service, but overall experience let down slightly by the food this time. Marinated mackerel were delicious and perfect for the time of year, however I found the fish with green sauce less enjoyable. Despite this I am sure that I will be back.
The only negative comment is that the waiters did not clean our table when it got a bit messy - something diners would expect from a fine dining restaurant let alone a Michelin starred.
Went for Sunday roast & food was great (although the gravy was a touch too salty) and service was impeccable.