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The Harcourt is a modern Scandinavian restaurant, bar and private dining space on Marylebone’s Harcourt Street. For decades, The Harcourt has been an iconic building amongst London’s Scandinavian expat community.
Established in 1826 as The Harcourt Arms, this Grade II listed five-storey Georgian townhouse reopened its doors in April 2016.
This unique heritage was updated yet celebrated with a new food and drink offering by Finnish Head Chef Kimmo Makkonen (The Avenue, The Greenhouse, Orrery) and a sophisticated new contemporary design throughout.
The menu remains British with Scandinavian twist, including exceptional house-made cures and pickling, and expertly regional rye breads home-baked daily.
The Garden Room and Summer Room are at the rear of the building. A newly created 900-square-foot dining room. Relaxed and versatile it conjures a colonial style, with rattan furniture, lush green tones, ivy ‘clad walls and trailing hanging plants; hanging bell jar lanterns that add just the right amount of grandeur for the centrepiece.
The first-floor features two private dining rooms.
The White Room seats 20, and is grand, opulent and suited to a formal setting and special-occasion events. With is vanilla walls, crushed-velvet furnitures, it suits luxury events in an unique way, The Harcourt Way.
The Black Room bring the yin to the yang, it’s snug, intimate and broodily lit. More intimate space seats 8, and promises a seductive ambience. It creates this kind of atmosphere you only get at The Harcourt; a laid-back luxury.
The Whisky Room, wood panelled hideaway seats 8. It brings alive the Scandinavian culture of Hygge, a cosy anteroom that inspires both relaxed and formal atmospheres.