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Address: 47 Chandos Place, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4HS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 924) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.harpcoventgarden.com

Nearest tube stations Charing Cross (0.1 miles), Leicester Square (0.2 miles), Embankment (0.2 miles)

Nearest train stations London Charing Cross (0.1 miles), London Waterloo (0.8 miles), London Waterloo East (0.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.5/10 (rated by 577 users)
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We ended up in the Harp on one Saturday night in November. My memories of this visit are a little hazy. But we stood in the alleyway at the rear, where we were hassled by quite a few homeless people, who use the area to sleep rough. Ales were Harvey's Sussex Best Bitter, Dark Star Hophead & American Pale Ale, Animal Peacock, Hawkshead Dry Stone Stout, Hammerton N1, Burning Sky Plateau, Fuller's London Pride & One Mile End Great Tom Mild. Ciders were Lilley's Pear and Raspberry & Rum Cask and two others called Buckshot and Scrumpy (I couldn't find out the producers). The Harp is still a great pub. But as always, it was too busy to enjoy when we visited. It's always best to visit earlier in the day when it can be enjoyed.
blue_scrumpy - 1 Feb 2018 18:16
I''ve just arrived back in Australia after another successful tour of UK & European pubs, the 8th since 2009, and the 5th where I''ve launched proceedings at the Harp. Nothing to add from previous posts other than the beer this year was Sambrook Pale Ale, new to me & pretty good. Though I''m not sure you should trust the judgement of someone who had spent the previous 24 hours on a plane.
Queenslander - 11 Sep 2017 22:10
Any real ale lover visiting London and especially the West End needs to drop in to The Harp.
A fine range of real ales all well kept. There are normally a few Dark Star beers available along with four or five others.
The clientele is a large and varied one. Despite the pub almost always being busy I never have to wait too long to be served.
As with several pubs around London the space created for the toilets seems to have been an afterthought!

outtamehead - 30 Jul 2017 06:09
Great pub.
Dangerous steps.
fozzy123 - 22 Jul 2017 20:46
For real ale enthusiasts, as good as anywhere in central London. The capital's beers are well represented by Sambrook and others while Brighton's Dark Star brewery is also prominent via the excellent Hophead and American Pale Ales. The only snag is its bijou size - even of weekday afternoon it was getting crowded
BoehmBawerk - 19 Feb 2017 06:58

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