If your idea of a pub involves fruit machines, sticky floors, and drunk locals that have somehow been sat on their stool since the 80s, then think again. The Harwood Arms in Fulham is about as close as you can get to being an upmarket restaurant whilst still being a pub. It’s on a little street that feels more country than town, and once inside, you’ll find neutral walls, deer antlers, sophisticated furniture, and a posh ’20s bar that we absolutely cannot picture Peggy Mitchell standing behind. You can expect dishes like whole baked lemon sole, strawberry and lavender trifle, and plenty of things involving fresh game. The three-course set menu is fifty quid, which yes, could get you pretty far on the fruit machine at your local, but trust us, the food here is worth it. They also serve one of the best Sunday Roasts in London.
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