Harry’s on Green Lane

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Opening onto the leafy boulevard of Green Lane, is the popular local eatery “Harry’s on Green Lane”. Open from 10am daily for coffee and pastries, with lunch from 12 noon and dinner every Friday and Saturday night, Harry’s is an atmospheric, friendly bistro style restaurant, with an open fire and French doors opening to a garden terrace.

Filled with plant life and exotic travel memorabilia, it honours the intrepid plant hunters of Victorian times.  Walls covered in tea stained, sepia botanicals, massive hanging baskets dripping with devils ivy, kentia palms and tree ferns, split cane lamp shades …. a slightly jungle atmosphere meets an elegant Raffles style bar.  Large vintage pics of the plant hunters on expeditions to far and dangerous parts of the world tie in well with The Orangery plant gallery and The Potting Shed garden centre outside … and the elegant atmosphere of Plantation Cafe next door.   The restaurant is called Harry’s after the renowned English nurseryman and horticulturist, Sir Harry Veitch who dispatched daring plant hunters to foreign lands to find exotic treasures for his wealthy London clientele. Our namesake, Sir Harry,  was also the founder of the famous Chelsea Flower Show.

Harry’s on Green Lane is next to the famous Dirty Janes Antique Markets and nestled behind the elegant corporate centre, The Acre.  It is open daily for two lunch sittings, at 12noon and 2pm and on Friday and Saturday nights for two sittings at 6pm and 8pm.   A delicious set price menu features ‘classic rustic’ dishes.

For bookings phone: 02 4862 2983.

Harry’s Lunch Menu

Harry’s Dinner Menu

HARRY’S WINE AND BEVERAGE LIST

Filled with plant life and exotic travel memorabilia, it honours the intrepid plant hunters of Victorian times.  Walls covered in tea stained, sepia botanicals, massive hanging baskets dripping with devils ivy, kentia palms and tree ferns, split cane lamp shades …. a slightly jungle atmosphere meets an elegant Raffles style bar.  Large vintage pics of the plant hunters on expeditions to far and dangerous parts of the world tie in well with The Orangery plant gallery and The Potting Shed garden centre outside … and the elegant atmosphere of Plantation Cafe next door.   The restaurant is called Harry’s after the renowned English nurseryman and horticulturist, Sir Harry Veitch who dispatched daring plant hunters to foreign lands to find exotic treasures for his wealthy London clientele.

Harry’s on Green Lane is next to the famous Dirty Janes Antique Markets and nestled behind the elegant corporate centre, The Acre.  It is open daily from 10am to 5pm with lunch from 12 noon – 3pm …  and on Friday and Saturday nights there’s a delicious dinner menu with ‘classic rustic’  share plates and a special offering of scrumptious bar snacks.  

For bookings phone: 02 4862 2983.