The Harrison

28 Harrison Street , London, WC1H 8JF

SquareMeal Review of The Harrison

The Harrison is something of a free spirit – a handsome local boozer on a quiet residential side street. Inside, wood floors & comfy sofas add to the welcoming vibe & create a real home-from-home feel. The menu is as comfortable & comforting as the place itself: kick off with cheesy parsley & garlic bread ahead of a generous plate of beer-battered haddock & chips or braised lamb shank with celeriac & leek mash. To drink, there’s a big choice of lagers & draught beers, from Staropramen to Timothy Taylor Landlord, plus a decent selection of bottled stuff. On Sundays, cult folk music sessions pull in fans from much further afield, & The Harrison also sports four bijou bedrooms upstairs – definitely an inn for our times.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

King's Cross/St. Pancras Tube Station 392m

King's Cross Tube Station 395m


Address: 28 Harrison Street , London WC1H 8JF

Area: Bloomsbury & Fitzrovia

Opening times

Mon-Sat 11am-11pm (Sat 5pm- ) Sun 12N-10.30pm

Nearby Landmarks

Regent Square Park & Garden 39m

Camden Centre 327m


Telephone: 020 7278 3966


Cuisine: Gastropub

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