Marylebone restaurants

Find the best restaurants in Marylebone to fit your tastes and your budget

Marylebone's restaurants cater for all tastes and budgets, but they all provide excellent food, created with a zeal for perfect flavours. Texture features haute cuisine which nods to co-owner Agnar Sverrisson's home country of Iceland. The Providores & Tapa Room serves contemporary tapas dishes that expertly combine seemingly incompatible ingredients such as gooseberry and chorizo. Comptoir Libanais is a Lebanese delicatessen that specialises in breads and sweets, making it perfect for a mid-shopping break.

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  • The Providores & Tapa Room

    Rating: 5/5 Café-bar: Creative contemporary, 109 Marylebone High Street, London, W1U 4RX

    There are now just two Providores - Peter Gordon and Michael McGrath - but a great sense of teamwork at this beacon of fusion cooking. A compact first-floor dining room...
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  • Royal China Club

    Rating: 5/5 Restaurant: Contemporary, 40-42 Baker Street, London, W1U 7AJ

    The glossy thoroughbred of the Royal China stable, RCC inhabits a swish room with lacquer wall panels the colour of hoisin sauce, and back-lit wooden slates that give a golden glow...
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  • Sea Shell

    Rating: 3/5 Fish & chip shop: Fish & seafood, 49-51 Lisson Grove, London, NW1 6UH

    Glass and wood partitions lend a degree of intimacy to this otherwise vast establishment that commands a sizeable corner off Lisson Grove. Draught beers are one of the...
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  • Galvin Bistrot de Luxe

    Rating: 4/5 Restaurant: French (traditional), 66 Baker Street, London, W1U 7DJ

    Stepping into this dark-panelled restaurant - alive with the convivial sounds of laughter and urbane conversation - is just charming. A place for business lunches it may be...
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  • Ishtar

    Rating: 3/5 Restaurant: Turkish, 10-12 Crawford Street, London, W1U 6AZ

    Ishtar's enviable choice of dining areas makes it a reliable option for many occasions. Amid arches in the basement, there are large tables, musicians several nights a week and...
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  • La Fromagerie

    Rating: 4/5 Patisserie/Bakery: European, 2-6 Moxon Street, London, W1U 4EW

    It began in a Highbury garage, with Patricia Michelson selling cheeses she'd brought back from holiday to friends and neighbours. Now, in fashionable Marylebone...
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  • Occo

    Rating: 5/5 Restaurant: Modern European, 58 Crawford Street, London, W1H 4NA

    Occo's stylish decor (a modern take on traditional Moroccan crafts) looked a touch worn on our last visit. We arrived well after the popular two-for-one happy hour, but a boisterous...
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  • Phoenix Palace

    Rating: 4/5 Restaurant: Chinese, 5 Glentworth Street, London, NW1 5PG

    Phoenix Palace is a grande dame among London's Chinese restaurants: a little gaudy and slightly overdressed, but perfectly well mannered. Thankfully, the chintzy decor...
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  • Trishna London

    Rating: 4/5 Restaurant: South Indian, 15-17 Blandford Street, London, W1U 3DG

    One of London's best spicy seafood restaurants, Trishna overcomes the slightly awkward dimensions of two narrow dining areas, with a chic decor of whitewashed walls, wooden...
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  • Queen's Head & Artichoke

    Rating: 4/5 Gastropub: Modern European, 30-32 Albany Street, London, NW1 4EA

    The management runs a tidy gastronomic operation from these roomy premises on a quiet corner near Regent's Park. Most people seem to patronise this converted pub for the food...
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  • Duke of Wellington

    Rating: 3/5 Gastropub: Modern European, 94A Crawford Street, London, W1H 2HQ

    Although the owners may have upped the ante at the Duke of Wellington where the kitchen is concerned (on top of the superior bar food served downstairs from a daily-changing...
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  • Il Baretto

    Rating: 3/5 Bistro: Italian, 43 Blandford Street, London, W1U 7HF

    Don't be fooled by appearances. The name might translate as 'little bar', and the drinking area that greets you on entering this neighbourhood trattoria is certainly compact enough...
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  • Le Relais de Venise l'entrecôte

    Rating: 2/5 Restaurant: French (traditional), 120 Marylebone Lane, London, W1U 2QG

    How we love having decisions made for us. You can't book for this successful pastiche of a Parisian steak frites joint and there's barely any choice. Not when it comes to...
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  • Samarqand

    Rating: 3/5 Restaurants & cafés: Global, 18 Thayer Street, London, W1U 3JY

    Samarqand is a city forever at a crossroads, where dishes echo those of Turkey, China and more recently, Russia. Celebrating the food of contemporary Uzbekistan, this is a...
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  • Swan & Edgar

    Rating: 3/5 Gastropub: British, 43 Linhope Street, London, NW1 6HL

    A pub that doesn't serve bitter, that has no written wine list, and where the chef advises against ordering the steak might not seem like the best of starts. Despite this, Swan...
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