Where to eat in Marylebone?
Lydia Minto, Lettings Negotiator at our Henrietta House office provides her insider tips on where to eat in and around Marylebone.
As a letting agent based in Marylebone and a lover of great food, I am quite fortunate that my office is only moments from Marylebone High Street. Marylebone High Street benefits from a variety of restaurants appealing to all palates, from Indian to Italian, French to Lebanese and there’s even a Scandinavian restaurant if you’re looking to try something different.
Here are just a few of my favourite places in eat:
108 Brasserie is set within The Marylebone Hotel is one of my personal favourites, offering a wide selection of British inspired dishes including one of my personal favourites, their crispy pig cheeks.
The Ivy Café has recently opened a new branch on Marylebone Lane, which is a regular haunt for working professionals for a mid-week team breakfast. The relaxed atmosphere at The Ivy Café enables the whole team to come together to regroup from the start of the week and brainstorm new ideas away from the office.
The Nordic Bakery, just a couple of minutes from Marylebone High Street, on New Cavendish Street, offers a wide selection of Scandinavian food and drink. If you do manage to visit The Nordic Bakery you need to try one of their Cinnamon buns!
Finally, if you are looking for a Friday treat, you have to pay a visit to the Golden Hind Fish & Chip restaurant. This restaurant is full of atmosphere and fellow diners enjoying their Friday night treat and is excellent way to finish the week and a great start for the weekend.
Whether you’re looking for a quick lunch or something fancier for a special occasion – I am sure that you will find something to eat in Marylebone.