The vision of Andrew Endean and designer Samantha Palmer, The Harcourt is located within London’s affluent Marylebone Village. It embraces the Scandinavian history associated with the grade-two-listed building and offers a unique dining experience with a surprising culinary rhythm; our style of cooking inspires an evolving seasonal menu and the handcrafted cocktail list offers gin’s Nordic cousin akvavit, and Swedish single malt whisky. Versatility and luxury are the common threads linking the different spaces at The Harcourt, which accommodates private dining.
The main bar resides in the wooden-panelled Oak Room which has an English- country-pile feel with open fires and earthy scents. A modern edge is brought to the space with renewed contemporary, art-filled walls and beautiful bespoke furniture. The Whisky Room epitomises the Scandinavian culture of hygge, this cosy anteroom is perfect for sampling old and rare whisky. Our glass-topped Garden Room is evocative of colonial decadence, verdantly-decorated with rattan furniture; it’s great for brunch an early supper or for sampling Fika which is #theharcourtway for afternoon tea and coffee. The White Room is the most grand and lavish chamber. This large, private dining space has vanilla walls with gold, crushed-velvet furnishings and black föremål. Its distinct opulence makes it the perfect space for a special occasion. And the Black Room brings the yin to the yang; it’s snug, intimate and broodily lit. This smaller private dining area is the ideal place to sit and enjoy a wine tasting evening.
Our beautiful venue is dedicated to laid-back luxury and our signature stamp is our fun ambiance. We look forward to welcoming you to The Harcourt.