Harden's survey result
This “chic casual brasserie” – “in a very convenient Marylebone location” – rates well for its “fresh and seriously tasty food”. “Dining on the terrace on a sunny evening evokes a European brasserie where everything is done well” (although “prices are distinctly W1”).
“Useful for the area” – this very “pleasant” and attractive hotel dining room at the top of Marylebone Lane, wins all-round praise for its brasserie fare, much of it from the Josper grill.
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Have you eaten at 108 Brasserie?
Part of The Marylebone hotel, 108 Brasserie is delighted to announce it will open its doors. The buzzing brasserie will welcome guests for lunch and dinner during the week, as well as brunch on weekends.
For the first time, guests can book a table on the heated outdoor terrace on Marylebone Lane, promising an al fresco, European-style dining experience whatever the weather.
|Wine per bottle||£29.00|
108 Brasserie Restaurant Diner Reviews
"So sad to see the restaurant so empty on what should be a very busy day. However the food again for lunch was very good. Oysters were fresh and tasty, endive salad with blue cheese nice and cold and crunchy. Crab linguine was perfect and obviously freshly cooked.king prawns spot on . Washed down with some good Gavi wine. Staff were professional and attentive. "