skip nav  

Harveys Wine Bar, Paddington - pub details

Get directions using the
TfL Journey Planner:
Enter the postcode you're travelling from:

Address: 46 Gloucester Terrace, London, W2 3DA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1441) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Lancaster Gate (0.2 miles), Paddington (0.3 miles), Bayswater (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations London Paddington (0.2 miles), London Marylebone (0.9 miles), Kilburn High Road (1.9 miles)

Work here? Claim this business

> Current user rating: 4.5/10 (rated by 17 users)
> Log in to rate this pub or upload a picture of it.
> Post a comment > Mail a friend

other pubs nearby:

Mitre, Paddington (0.1 miles), Pride of Paddington, Paddington (0.1 miles), Swan, Bayswater (0.1 miles), Fettler and Firkin, Paddington (0.1 miles), Steam, Paddington (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of Harveys Wine Bar, Paddington

please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.

Who is this asshole below?? he needs taking out.
jockthenoo1 - 15 Apr 2017 08:46
Is closed. So don't try meeting someone here (like I tried).

Going to turn into an Indian Restaurant soon, apparently....
owilkes - 8 Jun 2007 09:37
If a great value, decent proportioned, and decent tasting meal with perhaps a glass of wine or beer is what you are after, then this is definitely the place to go in Paddington.

The proprietor is very welcoming, and when he saw that I didn't like the taste of one beer, he immediately exchanged it for another brand, and refused to charge us.

I went there on a first date, and was not disappointed. I had lamb chops with vegetables to start, which came perfectly cooked to my requirements of tender but well done.

My date had that good old-fashioned British favourite of fish 'n' chips- they became my favourite as I ended up eating most of it myself! I had to compensate by ordering a bottle of champagne, and when I explained that this was our first date, the waiter laughed for eating half of my dates food, and said the champagne was on the house-definitely one of the last true romantics!

This place has everything- great food, great ambience, great service. Definitely one for true foodies!
kingscote - 1 Nov 2005 13:42
We had quite possibly the worst meal of our lives here. By a huge piece of misfortune we ended up here on Christmas afternoon and decided to give it a whirl as we were all starving.

Now, I, being a meat eater, got off lightly. I had a prawn cocktail for starter (can't really do much wrong with that) and the full Christmas turkey dinner for my main. The main was disappointing to say the least. Processed turkey, tinned veg and new potatoes, all microwaved up and served by the somewhat rude proprietor. Highly disappointing but credit where credits due (and there isn’t much) – it was edible.

My friends though, who are vegetarian, fared worse. For starters they all chose “Avocado Vinaigrette”, which was not a jot more than the name suggests. A saucer, with one lettuce leaf, a halved avocado (one which still had it’s Asda sticker on it) and a sprinkling of vinaigrette. And then for main they had the vegetarian lasagne. Or was that soup? The “lasagne” was pasta sheets and veggies floating in a watery and flavourless tomato sauce.

By this stage all we could do was laugh. The meal was a nightmare but filled with seasonal cheer we decided to take dessert too just to top the experience off. Given the choice of a (single) mince pie, a 1cm sliver of Christmas pud or some apple pie, we took the safe option – apple pie all round. All the desserts were on display in the chiller cabinet and strangely some of the apple pies looked fine and some looked like somebody had taken to them with a mallet. Having pointed this out we were all given desserts in good condition. True to form though, Heaven forbid having a course that we all were happy with, mine was frozen in the centre and had to be replaced.

The only good point of this meal was the proprietors comical attempt at blaming the frozen pie on the chiller cabinet, with temperature gauge tapping and head in chiller antics to boot.

Wetherspoons serve far superior food to Harvey’s at half the price, and McDonalds has better service.

I really would recommend you avoid this place like the plague.
Ken - [email protected] - 30 Dec 2002 15:08

got anything to say about this pub?

Please read our reviews policy before posting.
Only registered users can post reviews. Please log in. If you don't have an account yet, register here.