In the centre of London, Marylebone is one of the most affluent and sought after areas in central west London. The area is named after a church called St Mary's that was built on a small bourne (stream) called the Tyburn. Over a number of years the church, St Mary at the Bourne shortened to its present form, Marylebone. Being so centrally located their are numerous restaurants serving delicious food. If you're out and about near Marble Arch, Baker Street, Regent's Park or Oxford Circus, make sure you pick only the best restaurants.
Marylebone / Restaurant / Cuisine: Indian
Delivering an innovative twist on the coastal cuisine of south-west India, Trishna London is the sister restaurant of Trishna in Mumbai which is widely acknowledged as one of the best seafood restaurants in the world. The philosophy behind Trishna is to deliver simple food with an authentic flavour of the Indian coastline in striking yet informal surroundings. The clean and minimalist feel of the restaurant is offset by tumbled marble, smoked oak, brickwork and glass.
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Marylebone / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Indian
The Jungle Bar is designed as a hunters perch with beautiful paintings of animals on the wall. Decorated with hurricane lamps, rattan wall coverings, cane furniture, palms trees and tiger skin rugs. Warm low lit candles and soft background music gives the bar a cosy intimate feel. The bar menu offers some exceptional cocktails such as the Pukka Punch, the Chilli Martini & the Pondicherry Mon Cheri. A bar menu with samosas, chicken tikkas and pakoras is also available as nibbles.
Marylebone / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Eclectic
Situated in the new André Balazs hotel in Marylebone, with world renowned chef, Nuno Mendes, front of staff headhunted from top restaurants in London and on the site of one of London?s first purpose-built fire station, it?s hardly surprising it has become one of the biggest restaurant openings of 2014. The food served in this Grade II listed gothic Victorian building is relaxed modern American with vibrant and creative twists. Expect to rub shoulders with the rich and famous at this restaurant; needless to say, reservations are essential and ideally booked months in advanced.
Marylebone / Restaurant / Cuisine: Greek
Ergon is a Greek restaurant-come-deli located in the heart of London. The menu has been meticulously crafted to offer diners authentic recipes with a twist. Gone are the typical village meze offerings and in their place contemporary and unique creations await customers. These range from black tzatziki flavoured with squid ink to fava topped with truffle oil and caramalised onions - and that's just for starters. For the main event, slow-cooked lamb that effortlessly melts off the bone and the fresh catch of the day succeed in treating taste buds with every bite
Marylebone / Restaurant / Cuisine: Vegetarian
From the minds who brought London's best vegetarian restaurants in Hammersmith and Angel, The Gate Seymour Place showcases vegetarian food at its best with an innovative menu which puts vegetables centre stage. The Seymour Place menu includes established favourites such as: aubergine teriyaki and green dragon, a tofu-based salad, alongside additions to the menu including; three-way filled globe artichoke, aubergine schnitzel, and wild mushroom rotolo. Seymour Place is also the first of The Gate restaurants to open for breakfast.
Paddington / Restaurant / Cuisine: Indian
After an extensive 6 months renovation, this Indian institution has been restored to its rightful place amongst the elite restaurants of London. We are not just talking about Indian restaurants, but ALL restaurants. Even Simon Cowell would struggle to find a fault with the food, service or décor. Everything is note perfect at the Palace. From gigantic prawns to tender lamb chops to fried okra, it's food you would happily eat 3 times a day.
Marylebone / Restaurant / Cuisine: Greek
Opso is an all-day dining restaurant and bar in the heart of Marylebone. The restaurant is inspired by the tastes, produce, and social-style dining of Greece, delivering them in a way that reflects cosmopolitan London, all at an accessible price point. The restaurant focuses on flavours, selecting the very best ingredients and celebrating both traditional and modern Greek food.
Marylebone / Restaurant / Cuisine: Peruvian
Pachamama is making a name for itself amidst the growing popularity of Peruvian cuisine with an amazing sharing-style menu. The fantastic team of chefs skillfully serve up staple Peruvian dishes that combine native and British ingredients. Must-tries include the sea bass ceviche, veal heart anticuchos and the smoked Gloucester Old Spot ribs. Seating 16, the exceedingly well-stocked bar full of pisco and spirits welcomes those who may just like to sip on an expertly made cocktail.
Marylebone / Restaurant / Cuisine: Eclectic
In the centre of Marylebone's burgeoning restaurant scene, this open kitchen restaurant is the heart of Carousel and home to the 'Carousel Presents' chef residencies. Each month a talented chef from across the globe brings the flavours and menus of their restaurant to the Carousel kitchen. The line up so far has included Giorgio Locatelli, Javier Rodriguez from El Papagayo, Laura Vidal and Harry Cummins from Frenchie, Paris; the list goes on. Join us for a unique dining experience, which is sure to set your taste buds alight.
Marylebone / Restaurant / Cuisine: European
Pantry at 108 is the newest addition to the hotel at the same address. It is a stylish space offering diners a carefully crafted menu of dishes that are full of flavour and nutritional benefit. Pantry at 108 offers a light and healthy market-led lunch menu of fresh salads, daily specials and home-made sandwiches. It is also home to The Juicery, serving a range of fresh juices with many of the recipes being designed exclusively for the hotel by the nutritional therapist Amelia Freer. For those in search of a delicious treat, a classic or dairy and gluten free afternoon tea will be available for guests to enjoy over a glass of rose champagne.
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