The restaurants of Marylebone cater to varied tastes and budgets. The neighbourhood boasts of not just affordable eateries but also some fine dining restaurants.
The Natural Kitchen
The Natural Kitchen is a restaurant, butcher shop and grocery. It is the place for organic and locally sourced food.
Situated in Marylebone, Phoenix Palace is a haven for authentic Chinese cuisine.
Le Relais de VeniseL'Entrecôte Porte Maillot
Nestled in the upscale residential village of Marylebone, Le Relais de VeniseL'Entrecôte Porte Maillot recreates the authentic Parisian original by serving steak frites.
Golden Hind is the place to enjoy fish and chips in the quaint neighbourhood of Marylebone. The attractive and family-owned chippery has a history spanning back to 1914.
This place has a reputation for its delectable Japanese food. Don’t judge the place by the size of the venue. Dinings has a reputation much larger than that.
This modern French restaurant situated on the fourth floor of Canada Place overlooks the Canada Square Park and Canary Wharf’s towering skyscrapers.
If you want to go creative, Chiltern Firehouse is the place. London’s hottest restaurant boasting of culinary fireworks, the place brings to you the original dishes of Nuno Mendes. These are served in a Neo-Gothic ex-firehouse turned designer hotel.
Also try the delicacies at the cheese shop, gourmet grocery and tasting café, La Fromagerie.