Located in the West End, Marylebone is truly one of London’s best loved districts. While there are many reasons for its reputation as one of the most prestigious locations anywhere in the capital, the plethora of world-class restaurants is certainly near the top.
Marylebone is truly blessed with incredible dining across a range of cuisines. Here are five incredible restaurants that will delight your taste buds and provide memorable experiences.
Picture Marylebone. 19 New Cavendish Street
From the moment you step into the elegant and artistic dining space, you’ll appreciate that this is a venue truly committed to providing the perfect dining experience. The pleasant ambiance is further underlined by the friendly staff at the chain’s second restaurant.
The sense of elegance carries over into the menu, which includes a luxurious a la carte option as well as six-course set menus while it also offers classic European dishes cooked to perfection. Picture great food in comfortable surroundings, and you’ll have a pretty fair image of what to expect.
Orrery. 55 Marylebone High St
A converted stable block probably doesn’t sound like the ideal location for fine dining. However, Orrery in Marylebone High St is decorated to a stunning finish while the roof terrace offers church vies and a wonderfully relaxed vibe.
The menu brings a modern touch to French cuisine while, unsurprisingly, the wine list is another incredible feature. Whether opting for a traditional menu or a tasting menu, diners will not be disappointed by the taste or the presentation. Orrery is undoubtedly one of the West End’s best
108 Brasserie. 108 Marylebone Lane
In addition to the classy main dining area, 108 Brasserie boasts a particularly stylish chic bar area, which you can also eat in. Either option will provide the setting for a truly memorable dining experience right in the heart of London’s finest district.
A British themed menu brings hearty dishes to life through the use of premium quality ingredients. It’s comfortable and stylish for breakfast, lunch, or dinner for seven days of the week while it’s worth keeping an eye out for several special events throughout the year.
Dinings. 22 Harcourt St
The simple Japanese décor within the townhouse creates a wonderful setting to share a romantic meal or enjoy fine dining with friends. While primarily a sushi lovers paradise, the Japanese menu has something for everyone. The creative tapas-style dishes are a delight.
Masaki Sugisaki has since opened restaurants in Chelsea and Tel-Aviv, but the heart of Dinings is at the W1 establishment. It is also the venue that incorporates new dishes first, so you can often become one of the first to try those stunning creations.
Locanda Locatelli. 8 Seymour St
Nothing screams fine dining like an expertly created Italian menu in a luxury setting. Irish architect David Collins created the stunning décor at Locanda Locatelli. When coupled with the Michelin-starred food, this truly is a match made in heaven.
Pasta and rich sauces are naturally a star of the menu, but Locanda Locatelli has so much more to offer for a modern take on Italian classics, which complements the contemporary dining area to perfection. If searching for an Italian in the West End, there’s no better place to visit.