If you're dining at The Harrow Inn why not start your meal with the hearty garden beetroot risotto with Parmesan crackling? Or, for something with more of an Eastern flavour, you can't go wrong with the aromatic duck spring rolls or maybe the teriyaki beef fillet salad. The main courses on offer never cease to present you with a dining conundrum, and with lovingly prepared dishes such as Lancashire hotpot with braised red cabbage, as well as crispy skin fillets of sea bass accompanied by tiger prawn, pea and risotto to choose from, it shouldn't prove too much of a task to select the right dish to suit your appetite. The pub also produces some fantastic sweets and desserts - there really is no better way to end your meal than by tucking into The Harrow Inn's own chocolate plate. If your savoury tooth is still raring to go, there is also a selection of cheeses and biscuits to tuck into after your main.
The Harrow Inn also provides a selection of real ales, and even the most ardent of beer-lovers will agree that these have been tended to with the utmost respect and care. The ales on display rotate every two weeks, with house favourites including Hogsback TEA and Timothy Taylor.
Overall, this pub is a great place for ale fans, foodies and familes looking for a comfortable place to visit for a meal. Fantasic.