Swan & Edgar



Baker Street

  • Mid-range

© Anya Belikova

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Swan & Edgar 43 Linhope Street
    NW1 6HL

  • Venue phone:

    020 7724 6268

  • Venue website:


  • Opening hours:

    Open 4-11pm Mon-Fri; 11am-11pm Sat, Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Marylebone tube/rail

  • Price:

    Meal for two with wine and service: around £40

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3.4 / 5

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Awesome local pub with great food. Sadly, now closed..... Nooooooooooooooooooo!

allison malm

Smashing! Of course I miss those days when Swan and Edgar was my morning coffee destination in Piccadilly Circus yet now we are spoilet with this cosier version. The only thing is, how to sip a glorious glass of cabernet sauvignon without getting neck ache in trying to read all those titles. Me?? I'll suffer neck ache anytime.


Went there twice in February, and I am constantly stopping myself from falling into the temptation of going back as I am on a tight budget. The food is perfect, and I don't understand how people think the portions are tiny as stated in the comments bellow. Helpful and friendly staff, gorgeous low lit atmosphere. I will certainly go back.


How to spoil a lovely little local. As below portions were so small, we had to cook something when we got home and the quality was poor. My miniscule pieces of meat were mostly fat and the fish was rancid and nothing was hot. Add to that the waitress was very unpleasant. The wine was good, but did not make up for a very disappointing evening. I recommend only to go here for a drink .


Great atmosphere and nice food. Who cares if they don't stack up your plate to American sized portions?

Maybe not quite so greedy ;-)

We had dinner here last night with my boyfriend's family and it was absolutely fine. I had fish in a lemony herby crumb which came in a huge portion. The wine was good, and I thought the place was cute, if a little kitsch. It's a good choice in that neighbourhood, and great if you're dropping guests off at Marylebone station afterwards.

Still hungry!

Very sweet pub but only eat there if you have a very very small appetite. Food is very tasty but the portions are ridiculously small. £14.50 for literally 5 mouthfuls of steak and 2 sliced up new potatoes with some fried onions is not good value. Would be nice if they sold crisps too, rather than very pricey selection of bar snacks.

A massive disappointment

Such a disappointment. A pub that doesn't serve ale, whose food portions are tiny and prices are over the top. There's no coffee either. Really really disappointing