Harry’s Bar & Bistro
The ﬁrst thing that hits you on entering Harry’s Bar & Bistro is the atmosphere – on Saturday night the resident musician takes to the stage to tinkle the ivories and belt out classic tunes as you sit back and relax. We were offered a drink and a seat at a candlelit table, and our night of dining and entertainment began.
To start, we sampled the soup of the day, which was classic leek and potato, and an ample portion of calamari with tartare sauce. Perusing the extensive menu and struggling to choose, we eventually landed on the fragrant Thai red curry, which we decided to share alongside another main. The specials menu added a new dimension to the offering – we couldn’t resist the Barnsley lamb chop with the freshest giant couscous salad, with fresh herbs and vegetables and zesty lemon juice. Portions are generous but it’s worth saving room for dessert. Devil’s Snow, a decadent in-house creation, combines meringue, ice cream and blackcurrants. Harry’s is a place to enjoy – something I’m sure the regulars will vouch for. Why not go grab a drink, listen to the music and soak up the atmosphere.