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Harlequin

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Harlequin

SHORTLISTED BY LEFOODING

WHO
Chef James Erasmus (ex-Harwood Arms and the Ledbury if you’re a geek) has teamed up with Toby Neill, one of the founders of Hackney’s ten-course gem Nest.

FOOD
Five-course menus for vegetarians, pescatarians and omnivores that change monthly – £45

Favourites from our month:
Perfect fried sea bream with crispy skin and tender white flesh, served with a salad of shaved cucumber, lemon peel and olives.
A plate of fresh-out-the-earth broccoli, asparagus and radishes.
Creamy lemon verbena sorbet on brioche with cashew crème, drops of lime and candied cashews.

DRINKS
A short selection of natural wines and aperitifs. Drink pairings are possible.
A small but powerful deep red Negroni – £5
A refreshingly dry Artigianle Natural Prosecco 2017 – £7
A lean and mineral, Folle Blanche Luneau-Papin 2017, described as a friend of shellfish – £7.5
A deeply pink, sexy and unfiltered Thirst Gamay 2017 – £7

DECOR
Understated yet warmly elegant oak furniture and duck paintings by a local artist bring a Capetonian breeze to Fulham’s SW6. Simplicity dominates and every detail has been carefully considered.

NOISE
Friendly chit-chat with James who brings most of dishes to the table personally.

SEATING
More wooden-than-wood tables and chairs that left us thinking about the forests of Knysna and the trees of James’ hometown.

VIBE
The term “neighbourhood restaurant” may be shamelessly overused, but here it really fits –think local couples, families of six and parents discussing shellfish with their excited children.

SERVICE
The staff might have you try a bottle of wine that’s not on the menu just yet, or leave you thinking about marriage proposals.

WOULD RECOMMEND
To anyone who appreciates food, humanity and journeys on the London underground.

WHO
Chef James Erasmus (ex-Harwood Arms and the Ledbury if you’re a geek) has teamed up with Toby Neill, one of the founders of Hackney’s ten-course gem Nest.

FOOD
Five-course menus for vegetarians, pescatarians and omnivores that change monthly – £45

Favourites from our month:
Perfect fried sea bream with crispy skin and tender white flesh, served with a salad of shaved cucumber, lemon peel and olives.
A plate of fresh-out-the-earth broccoli, asparagus and radishes.
Creamy lemon verbena sorbet on brioche with cashew crème, drops of lime and candied cashews.

DRINKS
A short selection of natural wines and aperitifs. Drink pairings are possible.
A small but powerful deep red Negroni – £5
A refreshingly dry Artigianle Natural Prosecco 2017 – £7
A lean and mineral, Folle Blanche Luneau-Papin 2017, described as a friend of shellfish – £7.5
A deeply pink, sexy and unfiltered Thirst Gamay 2017 – £7

DECOR
Understated yet warmly elegant oak furniture and duck paintings by a local artist bring a Capetonian breeze to Fulham’s SW6. Simplicity dominates and every detail has been carefully considered.

NOISE
Friendly chit-chat with James who brings most of dishes to the table personally.

SEATING
More wooden-than-wood tables and chairs that left us thinking about the forests of Knysna and the trees of James’ hometown.

VIBE
The term “neighbourhood restaurant” may be shamelessly overused, but here it really fits –think local couples, families of six and parents discussing shellfish with their excited children.

SERVICE
The staff might have you try a bottle of wine that’s not on the menu just yet, or leave you thinking about marriage proposals.

WOULD RECOMMEND
To anyone who appreciates food, humanity and journeys on the London underground.

CHEF

James Erasmus 

OPENING DAYS

Every night from Tuesday to Saturday (Monday’s fish delivery is no good according to James) 

WEBSITE

http://www.harlequinpub.co.uk/

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