The Larder

8 Pearson Square, London W1T 3BF View on map

Opening hours

Sun: Closed - Closed
Mon: 07:30 - 16:00
Tues: 07:30 - 22:00
Wed: 07:30 - 22:00
Thurs: 07:30 - 22:00
Fri: 07:30 - 22:00
Sat: 09:00 - 16:00

Nearest Station

Goodge Street

About us

The Larder uses sustainable produce from local British farms. Its menu has been carefully balanced to offer health-conscious choices such as daily salads with or without a protein, sandwiches, as well as more indulgent snacks such as pastries, cakes and pudding pots. For supper, enjoy the evening menu, featuring charcuterie & cheese, sharing boards and classic British pies.Its drinks list includes beer from English craft breweries and fresh juices, as well as a range of handpicked Teahouse infusions, Rococo hot chocolate, and a selection of wine from small producers with a range of biodynamic and organic options.The Larder also hosts wine tasting events on the 1st Thursday of every month, pop in anytime between 5.30pm – 10pm. Whether you’re a novice or a connoisseur join its relaxed wine tastings. Visit the website for more information.


Website

http://thelarder.co.uk/


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The Larder
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4.5 out of 5 stars

eva theodoridou
eva theodoridou

4 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Lovely deli with nice lunch choices albeit a few of them. Fresh, quality ingredients and delicious combinations. I tried all three salads available and the salmon; they all tasted very nice and the vinaigrette was perfect. It's situated opposite the chapel in Pearson square; a bright and quite place, contemporary designed and tables to sit outside on a sunny day

Yang Liu
Yang Liu

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 days ago

Service is excellent. Love the wine here.

Matt Waller
Matt Waller

4 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Nice decor, fresh food. Great place for a quick lunch or coffee. Tucked out of the way in quiet courtyard.

Josh Rix
Josh Rix

5 out of 5 stars

posted 11 months ago

Love it. I've been once for a private event and once for wine tasting. The event was so well catered for, just perfect. The food was superb - delicious sharing plates of homely but quality cooking. The wine on both occasions was just superb, and a little bit different, which is great to see. The service both times has been just exceptional. Passionate people that really care about what they are doing. I don't think it's the sort of place you'd go expecting a three course meal, but to share a bottle of wine with some brilliant nibbles or hearty home cooked dishes it's just ideal. The courtyard outside didn't get the sun when I went, but it's peaceful and pleasant nonetheless.

Robyn Jankel
Robyn Jankel

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

The fabulous staff at the Larder helped me to organise a private event during the summer and it just occurred to me that I never reviewed them. The delay is unforgivable since they were absolutely fantastic from start to finish. They were super helpful and responsive to all of my queries, and extremely flexible in helping me to arrange the space as I needed it. I did a gigantic amount of research and the Larder was not only one of the most inexpensive per head (considering we were essentially hiring out the entire restaurant) but also arguably provided best value for money. The food was delicious; tapas-style starters and then legs of lamb, plus veggie options. The portions of meat were so huge that I honestly thought they'd put food for the entire party just on to one table, and then I looked around and discovered that it wasn't the case! But not only was it generous, it was delicious too; freshly-cooked, a large variety of sides, and perfectly flavoured. There was a lot of alcohol consumed but we had more than enough food to soak it up, and I heard so many people commenting how wonderful it was. In a group of 30 outspoken women who love their food, not a single one had a bad word to say - which is something of a miracle!!

Furthermore, the staff were brilliant throughout. I had a playlist but my temperamental phone wouldn't connect to the sound system. They tried terribly hard to fix it and eventually one of the staff members managed to create a stop-gap by proactively downloading a relevant playlist on to her own phone and setting that up instead. It was just a really kind gesture instead of bothering somebody else at the party, and the transition was seamless! I was also particularly impressed by their attitude to the wine. We had discussed the amount I wanted to be served, but when we'd finished it up, and somebody requested additional bottles, they very professionally caught my attention and ensured I was happy before opening any more. I didn't feel at all pressured, nor did they make my guest embarrassed for asking. It was a delicate moment and they handled it extremely well.

They were also very open to my strangest request, which was to have a steel band come and teach our group how to play! The staff helped to move the tables around and back again, and handed out drinks even though I wasn't expecting them to get involved until later.

On top of all this, it was simply a very nice location for a private meal. The high ceilings ensure that it feels open and roomy despite actually being a pretty small space. The tables can be reconfigured in advance. We were a group of 30 and it suited us perfectly, but smaller groups wouldn't feel lost in the space, and with some juggling I imagine they could accommodate up to around 40. There is no need for decoration as the walls are filled with wine and deli produce which give it a modern-rustic air, and the entire outer wall is one giant window which lets in plenty of light despite the high buildings opposite.

I no longer live in London but if I did, I'd be back here regularly to grab lunch, and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it as a venue for a private party. Thank you so much to everyone at the Larder for ensuring my event was a huge success!

8 Pearson Square, London W1T 3BF View on map

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