20 May 2021
Set to be the perfect spot for casual countryside dining, Harry’s Bar & Kitchen is now open for the very first time within the newly transformed Horwood House, post the hotels £5.5 million pound refurbishment. The new restaurant is a celebration of sustainability, seasonality and the Grade II listed hotel’s horticultural heritage. Be one of the first to dine and take advantage of an exclusive opening offer:
25% OFF ALL FOOD UNTIL 31ST MAY*
QUOTE HARRYS125 TO REDEEM
Executive Chef Mehdi Amiri will showcase the best of Buckinghamshire with a seasonally-led menu that puts the spotlight on locally sourced, quality ingredients, including fresh vegetables from the hotel’s own kitchen garden. From leisurely lunches to late-night suppers, Harry’s has got you covered.
Dig into starters such as ‘The Denny’ – duck hash with confit duck leg, fried duck egg and toasted sourdough; and grilled octopus with chorizo, lime and fennel salad. Mains courses are a masterclass in meat-cookery, with a focus on grill dishes of aged sirloin and ribeye steaks, slow braised pork belly, and confit barbary duck leg, as well as comforting classics such as ale battered cod and chips or the signature Harry’s Burger.
With sandwiches and wraps for light lunches, and delicious vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options such as spiced oven roasted cauliflower or quinoa and cranberry salad, diners will be spoilt for choice.
Drinks will be mixed and muddled to order at the expansive bar – enjoy cocktails such as the Horwood Apple Cooler – a refreshing blend of gin, apple juice, lemonade and ginger ale – and the Weddings Belle made with gin, red vermouth, cherry liqueur and orange, alongside a carefully curated selection of wines and local beers on tap.
Taking inspiration from the estate’s 38 acres of beautiful gardens and rich agricultural history, the restaurant’s contemporary design blends seamlessly with the wooden beams. Warm textural finishes of velvet, leather and tweed complement an earthy palette accompanied by lush planters and horticultural artwork – a nod to Percy Thrower, acclaimed gardener and son of the restaurant’s namesake, Harry.
Dine with friends and family at the country kitchen table, perfect for larger groups, slink into chairs and sofas for intimate lunches and relaxed evening meals or make the most of the British countryside with the outdoor terrace with newly landscaped gardens.
Harry’s Bar & Kitchen
Horwood House, Mursley Road, Little Horwood, Buckinghamshire, MK17 0PH
01296 722100 | firstname.lastname@example.org