Marylebone Neighborhood Near London's West End - AKA Marylebone

AKA Marylebone suggests residents let us plan for their arrival as early as possible. The best London restaurant reservations, event tickets and services are available when we can arrange them in advance of your stay.


1   Meat Liquor   Owner Yiani Papoutsis set out to bring an American classic, the hamburger, to London and to do it the right way…luckily he most certainly has done so! Serving a patty of ground chuck steak with plenty of toppings, Meat Liquor reminds you that a simple dish like the hamburger can still be a delicacy when it is done with dedication. Now for the other half of the name, Liquor. One barman chops ice from a solid block, while his colleagues serve classic drinks mixed properly, and if you order the right one it might even be served in a jam jar. The décor mimics a Lower East Side diner, with exposed light bulbs and wiring, loud music, and “street art” covering the walls. Although the ambience may seem overwhelming, the combination of food and setting makes for a unique experience that will tempt your palate for more. Unfortunately they do not take reservations.

2   Orrery   Located in a converted stable block, Orrery is a long, thin restaurant with one wall lined with banquette seating and large arching windows providing a beautiful view of the St. Marylebone Church gardens opposite. You won’t need to be sold on their food once you have seen their famously delicious cheese trolley, showcasing independently produced cheeses from various regions of France. But if cheese is not your forte you will definitely enjoy the fresh, local menu that changes almost daily and is known for the pied de cochon farci and pommes mousseline Madeira and truffle.

3   The Providores & Tapa Room   Offering a creative and innovative menu that continually changes, The Providores provides the perfect place for a fancy dinner upstairs or a wonderful, casual breakfast downstairs (also open for lunch and dinner). Taking after creator Peter Gordon, Providores maintains a New Zealand/Pacific Island feel and cuisine that never ceases to surprise or amaze. Known for dishes like smoked coconut tamarind laksa with fish dumplings and soba noodles upstairs or the glazed duck-filled buns with chili jam downstairs the unique dishes will catch your eye, but more importantly they will excite your taste buds. Unfortunately they do not take reservations for the Tapa Room, but reservations are advisable for the Providores.

4   Galvin Bistrot De Luxe   Since the day its doors opened Bistrot De Luxe has been a favorite of London’s. A seasonally changing menu and high quality ingredients have led Bistrot De Luxe to the spot of Best French Restaurant two years in a row. One of the most knowledgeable staffs in London, the front of house does not hesitate to suggest wine pairings or offer details on how food is prepared, while still maintaining friendly conversation. Bistrot De Luxe provides a bit of London flair to the classic French bistro menu that they so perfectly serve.

5   Locanda Locatelli   The kitchen is run by the truly amazing head chef Giorgio Locatelli who brings experience ranging all the way back to the days he worked in his uncle’s Michelin-starred restaurant at the age of five. Although the frosted glass windows may seem more Miami Beach than West End, Locanda Locatelli brings fantastic food straight from the tables of Italy to this cozy dining room on Seymour Street. Besides the food, the real highlight of the restaurant is the wine list, which drops all the way to the floor and consists of Italian classics as well as never before heard of diamonds in the rough. Locatelli has and undoubtedly will continue to maintain the very highest of standards in the culinary industry year after year.

6   Côte Brasserie   Located in the world famous St. Christopher’s Place, Côte is an award-winning French restaurant with cuisine inspired by the many simple bistros in Paris, where locals tend to stray away from over-the-top dining and prefer simple dining. Côte is dedicated to offering classic, delicious dishes to its customers such as Steak Frites and Niçoise salads. Côte is the recipient of the “Best Value Restaurant in the UK” award in 2009. Côte is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, offering fresh ingredients and affordable dishes all day long.

7   L’Entrecote Marylebone   One may find it slightly strange to only give one’s patrons one option for dinner, but no one has seemed to complain about L’Entrecote’s steak frites since the first one opened in 1959. Keeping the original French Bistrot atmosphere, L’Entrecote has closely spaced wooden table, mirrored walls, colorful tablecloths covered in paper and hand chipped frites. Keeping with the traditional brasserie style, you will be given the option to have your steak cooked blue, rare, medium or well done and it will be served in two stages, so you can enjoy your steak at its best. Accompanied by the famous secret recipe sauce that has gone hand in hand with L’Entrecote’s steaks since 1959, you are guaranteed to have a great meal. Unfortunately they do not take reservations.

8   FishWorks Marylebone  Award-winning restaurant FishWorks is a seafood-lovers paradise. Located in the stylish centre of Marylebone High Street and steps from Oxford Street, FishWorks prides itself on offering high quality seafood dining options, and features a traditional wet fish counter where patrons can select their own fish for home cooking based on the recommendations from a friendly and knowledgeable staff.

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