The Harwood Arms celebrates 10th birthday with special dinner

London’s only Michelin-starred pub, The Harwood Arms, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary with a special dinner which will see head chef Sally Abé join forces with three of the pub’s former head chefs to create a seven-course tasting menu.

Sally Abé and co-founders Brett Graham, Mike Robinson and Edwin Vaux have invited former Harwood chefs Steve Williams (2009-2012), Anthony Hill (2012-2014), and Alex Harper (2014-2017) to collaborate with them in designing a unique seven-course tasting menu.

Reflecting The Harwood Arms over the last ten years, the menu will pay homage to the pub’s rich history and its dedication to celebrating British produce, notably game and wild food, as well as diners’ favourite dishes over the years.

The menu will feature dishes including a montgomery cheddar and onion tart; muntjac wellington with wild garlic and Jersey royals; and elderflower custard slice with strawberries and buttermilk sorbet.

Abé said: “We wanted everyone who has helped build the Harwood Arms over the past decade to be involved in celebrating this milestone. It’s an honour to lead such a great team here and continue the pub’s incredible legacy. Looking ahead to the next 10 years, I’m excited to keep pushing the pub forward!”

Launching at a special dinner on Monday 20 May, the anniversary menu is priced at £80 per person excluding drinks with a wine pairing available for an additional £45.

The tasting menu will be available at the restaurant for dinner service Tuesday to Saturday until Saturday 1 June.

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