Have you discovered the central London pub that has been awarded National Pub of the year by CAMRA this week?
If not, then we may have given you a very good excuse to go and hunt down this very traditional English boozer, offering a very good selection of traditional ciders from around the country.
CAMRA’s National Pub of the Year accolade recognises all the criteria that make a great pub, including atmosphere, decor, customer service, value for money, clientele mix, and most importantly, the quality of the cider.
Bridget Walsh, The Harp owner, tweeted me this week to share the selection of ciders and perries they have on:
Bridget also said:
‘This news came as a complete shock but of course we are delighted to be named CAMRA’s National Pub of the Year. We pride ourselves on the range and quality of our real ale and to be London’s first ever National Pub of the Year is a real honour. I would like to thank my locals, CAMRA members and particularly my brilliant staff, who made this a real team effort.’
Visit the pub to check out their fine selection of ciders:
The Harp, 47 Chandos Place, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4HS. Tel. 020 7836 0291, www.harpcoventgarden.com
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View the full press release at CAMRA.