Established nearly 20 years ago, this privately-owned restaurant has had a Michelin Star for 12 years in a row. It has also been named AA and Decanter Restaurant of The Year and won numerous International Wine Awards.
The owner, Roger Jones, is also a wine journalist and wine judge, working for Decanter Magazine, The_Buyer.net, CSWWC, DWWA & Taittinger Sommelier of The Year.
Where is The Harrow at Little Bedwyn located?
The Harrow is located in the village of Little Bedwyn, one mile from Great Bedwyn, which has a direct hourly train service to London Paddington. The nearest towns are Hungerford and Marlborough, with excellent links to the M4 motorway.
There are many local accommodation options nearby.
What cuisine is on offer at The Harrow at Little Bedwyn?
The Harrow serves Modern British cuisine - using the best live shellfish, day boat seafood, Scottish game, Welsh lamb, Cornish seafood, Orkney diver-caught scallops, Little Haven lobsters and West Country cheeses.
What is the signature dish at The Harrow at Little Bedwyn?
Grilled line-caught wild turbot, Exmoor caviar, samphire, English sparkling Beurre Blanc.
Ceviche of wild sea bream, wasabi sorbet, Yuzu dressing.
Roast breast of new season grouse, onion bhaji, mango and sweetcorn chutney.
What makes a meal at The Harrow at Little Bedwyn unique?
Everything on the menu is sourced responsibly and from the finest suppliers in the UK, to ensure that quality is guaranteed. The source of the food is also mentioned on the menu for all dishes. Many of the suppliers have been with The Harrow for 20 years.
The Harrow at Little Bedwyn is also responsible for many wine competitions hosted both at home and across the globe, with events in Cape Town every January and further afield in New Zealand, Australia and California. These include The Mamba Riedel Decanter Awards, The Tri Nations Wine Challenges, Sparkling Sundays, Greek Sunday and Alsace Sunday.