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The Harrow
Price range: US$10 - US$13
Cuisines: Gastropub
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Good for: Child-friendly
Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
Description: Large Country pub serving British style gastro pub food with classics and specials.Large garden and safe play children area. Large car park which can hold 40 cars. We have a large conservatory which can seat 40 people and can be used as a private dinning room
Reviewed 16 February 2011

Visited for a Sunday lunch. It was a miserable, wet day and the rsetaurant was pcked with families of varyingsizes, with lots of (well-behaved) kids,

Son no.1 had the home made steak burger, which came with a decent salad. Excellent and very herby.

No 2 loaded on the carb, opting for the bread basket and enormous chips, the size of Jenga pieces.

My belly of pork ws succulent with a crisp crackling served with black pudding wrapped in mash.

The other half went for the two meat roast and was demolished with a very decent Rioja.

The boys were defeated by the enormous slabs of gooey chocholate brownie cake.

Well worth a visit and am looking forward to paying a return visit when the weather improves and we can enjoy the large pretty garden.

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Reviewed 20 June 2010

Fathers Day Lunch. Such a disappointment. Starters were o.k., although the bread was stale. Main courses were very generous but one was sent back completely as the meat had gone off and gave off a terrible smell, the second was a cremated burger and the third was a pie which was clearly not home made. Didn't stay for puddings and really not much of an apology. We won't be going back and would definitely not recommend.

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Reviewed 3 December 2009

We took refuged on a foul winter's day and warmed ourselves by the log fire with a drink at the bar before treating ourselves to Sunday Lunch. There was a lovley, buzzy pre Christmas atmosphere without being too loud.

There was a slight wait to be served, but we were forewarned, but the the fresh rolls with olive oil and balsamic staved off any hunger pains. And we were in no hurry.

I opted for the whole sea bass on a bed of spicy noodlesm which was a good choice ans was my wife's roast beef - full of flavour, thick slices and cooked to perfection - succulent and pinky-brown.

The child's menu is a cut above too - though there had ben a run on the chicken nugget - made to order. The huge chips were prefectly fried, crunchy with lighty and fluffy innards.

The boys managed a pud - profiterols and chocolate fudge cake were devoured with great relish.

This is a terrific family venue. On the day of our visit customers ranged a few months to 70-somethings. The younger were better beave than the latter. Although we didn't venture outside, there's a huge garden (dogs on leads welcomed) with a climbing frame in the far corner, making this a prefect summer destination. There are plans a foot to build a large outdoor barbecue area..

We can't wait to go back

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