For fine dining without the frippery, The Harper’s dining room plays host to indulgent breakfasts, leisurely lunches, and evenings you’ll want to remember more than you might (the wine list’s every bit as enticing as the menu).
You won’t find starchy white tablecloths or a stuffy maître d’ here, just an exceptional menu that reflects our fondness for cooking with charcoal and wood. With head chef Nik Hare at the helm, who trained in France but champions modern British food, The Harper promises a locally-inspired dining experience of both pedigree and panache.
Like the bar downstairs, this airy space exudes atmosphere, an inviting blend of oak, copper and exposed original beams, but with a crisp, contemporary edge. It’s the perfect canvas for the food itself – earthy, authentic but always with a clean, fresh taste, letting the scrupulously sourced ingredients do the talking.