Restaurants in Marylebone
When it comes to fish and chips in London, locals and in-the-know tourists agree: the Golden Hind does it best. Set in the quaint neighborhood of Marylebone, this charming, family-owned chippery has a history dating back to 1914 and a menu that reflects years of tradition.
Fromagophile foodies will adore this cheese shop-meets-gourmet grocery-meets-tasting café set in the quaint neighborhood of Marylebone.
Situated at the center of the upscale residential village of Marylebone, Le Relais de Venise L'Entrecôte Porte Maillot flawlessly recreates the experience of the Parisian original, which has been serving steak frites in the Seventeenth Arrondissement since 1959.
Glass walls overlook Canada Square Park and Canary Wharf’s towering skyscrapers at this modern French restaurant located on the fourth floor of Canada Place. A private lift opens onto the two-part restaurant, which contains a main dining room and a more casual bar and grill.
Both a restaurant, grocery, and butcher shop, The Natural Kitchen is the place in Marylebone for organic, free-range, and locally sourced goods.
Located in Marylebone, a block off bustling Baker Street, Phoenix Palace Chinese Restaurant is a favorite for authentic Chinese cuisine.