"Hidden gem" is an understatement, Harwood Arms is tucked away in the middle of a Fulham residential neighbourhood. It's the only building on the street that stands out. The closest tubes stations are West Brompton and Fulham Broadway. It is also, at present, the only Michelin-starred Gastro Pub in London.
Their British menu focuses on wild game (such as deer, rabbits, crayfish and pigeon) and the chefs cultivate their own herbs and vegetables (such as heritage tomatoes, radishes and strawberries) on their rooftop vegetable garden throughout the year. They also bake a variety of delicious breads.
The Gastro Pub offers a set-priced menu for lunch and dinner. It is priced at £39.50 for two courses and £48.50 for three courses. It seems pricey but this is a Michelin-starred Gastro Pub and your tastebuds will thank you.
I’ve had the pleasure of eating here four times and this Gastro Pub’s food has never disappointed me. Each dish is visually-speaking mouth-watering. The plating of the food demonstrates the chef’s sense of panache. And what you see is over-shadowed by what you finally will taste.
We ordered the following dishes for a 2 course meal:
Charred pickled Mackerel with Welsh Lava bread.
Cornish Crab on English Muffin with pickled Lemon and coastal herbs.
Braised jowl of Tamworth Pork with Carrots, Black Pudding and pale Ale.
Roast Fallow Deer with baked Beetroot, smoked bone marrow and Walnut.
We did not order any desserts this time but the bite-size Cherry jam doughnuts with Earl Grey cream are a delight and can be shared by two.
Do consider, weather-permitting, visiting the Brompton Cemetery, which is just around the corner from this Gastro Pub, for a pleasant post-meal stroll.
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