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Harwood Arms
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Address: Walham Grove, Fulham, London, SW6 1QP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3599) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Fulham Broadway (0.2 miles), West Brompton (0.4 miles), Parsons Green (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations West Brompton (0.4 miles), Kensington Olympia (1.3 miles), Wandsworth Town (1.7 miles)

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Pleasant enough 'pub' with friendly staff and a couple of ales in good order.
It is obviously now a restaurant in a former back street local. Managed to get a table which was not set up for dining, but were informed that we had to vacate this before 7 as it was booked for dinner.
Not much to chose from in the immediate area, so probably the best of reducing options.
ericstadd - 15 Nov 2013 10:11
Sorry but the Atlas kicks this place's arse , the way they order to stay by the bar is just rude. It is not a gastro pub it is a restaurant.
Henners - 4 Nov 2010 16:17
It feels as if this place is damns if it does, damns if it doesn't. The fact is that the type of pub that is most likely to close down is one that does not serve food. Lament all you like about how this is no longer a traditional Fulham boozer, but the fact is that a young, British chef has stuck his neck on the line (and his wallet) to turn this pub from one that was dying on its arse to one that serves some of the best food in South West London. You can go in there and have a drink at the bar no problem, just that space is limited. Tuesday's are the best days to go: Michelin-starred food and a challenging pub quiz.
Moose82 - 4 Nov 2010 15:51
I think I'd have to agree with Red's review, having had exactly the same experience. Of course you can go in and have a beer at the bar (I did, and the beer is quite good) but who wants to go drinking in a restaurant.
The Atlas at West Brompton has got the balance about right.
MrBlue - 5 Oct 2010 14:44
This isn't a pub, it's a restaurant. I visited on a Saturday evening but found that every table was set for food service, other than a sofa in the corner and some stools at the bar, which are presumably intended as places where people can await their table. There were a couple of real ales on but I sampled neither, as I decided not to stop and to go instead to a real pub. It's a good thing to have real ales on in a restaurant, but there's no point pretending this is a pub unless one can go in and grab a table without reserving and without having to eat.
red - 10 Mar 2010 21:30

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