The White Hart is a charming riverside gastro pub, just a stone’s throw from Barnes Bridge station. The interiors feature an intricate balance of both old and new, with contemporary and classic fixtures that pay homage to the venue’s roots; which can be traced way back to 1660.
You’ll find the Canon Bar on the ground floor; an inviting and open space characterised by its winged armchairs perched by the fire and leather sofas that look out across the river. This space is the heart of the pub, and it’s a cracking spot to kick back and unwind while you consider the world-class wines and unique cask ales on offer.
Upstairs is the Terrace Kitchen; a beautiful first level place to come for some food. The White Hart serves everything from three-course feasts to fine British classics, all cooked using the best seasonal produce available.
A truly welcoming hangout with bags of personality, come get toasty by the roaring fire in the winter or head outside to the terrace for drinks with a view during the warmer months.
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.80|
|Bottle of House Wine||£16.40|
|Bottle of Champagne||£24.70|
Only a short walk from Barnes Bridge, but with the charm of a classic country pub in the city, I was expecting big things from The White Hart. The Venue Whether it’s fine dining or country reclining you’re after, this pub has it all...
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