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Address: Harrods, Belgravia, London, SW1X 7XL [map] [gmap]

Nearest tube stations Hyde Park Corner (0.2 miles), Knightsbridge (0.3 miles), Victoria (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations London Victoria (0.7 miles), London Paddington (1.4 miles), London Charing Cross (1.5 miles)

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You have to descend a gloomy staircase to this one, tucked out of the way (I leave you to ponder why this might be). Somewhere in the depths of Harrods, away from the OTT opulence of the Food Hall and the department store bits which are really no different from $LARGE_DEPARTMENT_STORE anywhere else, near the shrine to The Two Dead Rich People, lies a bar (not really a pub as it isn't a separate entity) where I spent 3 on some reasonable Hogsback TEA. 3 you cry? Not that expensive. But that was for a half, my dears. And 'dear' is the word. I wandered round the sushi bar, but could not let me be, one of sixteen happy shoppers, being stiffed for a snack, and although it's by a tube stop, I do not think I'll be back.

rainlight - 8 Aug 2009 08:34
Even knowing (having done my internet research beforehand) that it was going to cost me 4.50 for a London Pride, it was still quite hard to hand over so much cash for a pint. However, given that the place is a complete fake, it was a surprisingly pleasant place to spend a bit of time removed from the shopping hell upstairs. The beer was OK too.
rpadam - 18 Aug 2008 20:40
Harrods, the tourist trap cleverly designed as a department store has its own little "pub" tucked away in the basement beside a hair salon. The "Green Man" attempts to capture the essence of a traditional english pub with lots of plush wood, cosy leather seats everywhere and ploughmans lunch on the menu. Maybe it tries too hard because no matter what they do with the place, you can never escape the fact that your'e having a pint in a designated part of something greater (i.e. A huge shop). Its a bit like an airport pub in this respect. They call it a pub, they make it look like a pub and its fine for a pint in comfortable surroundings but you know, and they know its not a real pub. Nothing wrong places like this. They just lack the atmosphere the try to create mainly because of their restless clientele. In The Green Man most of the customers are just here for the novelty of having a pint in Harrods and few spend more than an hour here. There maybe a small core of regulars here but not enough to have an impact, and of course the pub keeps the same opening hours as the rest of the store, so forget about a lock in after hours. The service is excellent and I can't fault the beer. The London Pride here is as good as anywhere else. The Guinness was OK. The food menu is straight out of any traditional high street pub and its the only place in Harrods with a smoking area. There is no point in comparing the prices here with your own local boozer and in fairness its not much more expensive than other pubs in the area. Knightsbridge is expensive, everybody knows that. If you want to visit The Green Man but wish to avoid the throngs of shoppers and tourists simply enter the store by the Basil Street entrance and walk down the stairs. This cuts about 20 minutes off using the main entrance and you won't be poisoned from the odours coming from the perfume counters on your way in. Worth a visit.
The_Inspector - 16 Aug 2006 01:42
This is the English "pub" hidden away inside Harrods (not the "Harrods Bar" already listed on this site - thats a different one)
It feels like a film set, and is like no pub I have been in outside of Harrods. The service was friendly though, but the "Harrods Lager" tasted odd - I wondered which brand it really was, something Czech i reckon, Very expensive in here obviously as well.
TheGP - 26 Feb 2006 21:03

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