Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in London Marylebone
Hardens guides have spent 25 years compiling reviews of the best Marylebone restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 99 restaurants in Marylebone and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Marylebone restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
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Fusion restaurant in Marylebone
42 Crawford St - W1
“Eduardo Tuccillo’s relative newcomer [it’s three years old] is well-hidden in the depths of Marylebone” on a site that some reporters “date themselves” by recalling in its days as Garbo’s (long RIP). As with its long-departed predecessor, the “minimalist interior” is a fraction “bare and noisy”, but all reports acknowledge it as “a real winner”. “Plates are designed for sharing, tapas style” and “if you are a proper foodie, you will love his phenomenally creative Italo-Spanish cooking with some Asian-fusion to surprise as well”. “It’s in my neighbourhood but I’ve only just discovered it: glad I did!”
Spanish restaurant in Marylebone
10 Seymour Pl - W1
“Perfect, high-quality Spanish food”, “well presented by personal and engaging staff” win only the highest praise for this little but “really lively” and “fun” pintxos and tapas bar near Marble Arch (which, as well as a counter by the open kitchen, also has a couple of tables at the back). “Possibly a bit noisy” is the closest any reporter comes to a criticism. Sibling to nearby Lurra, it is named after the Basque for San Sebastian, the region’s culinary mecca.
Indian restaurant in Marylebone
21 Blandford Street - W1
Ravinder Bhogal’s “magic touch with flavour” helps create “wonderful and interesting dishes” at her Marylebone yearling (whose cuisine reflects the chef-patron’s mixed heritage with flavours from East Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Britain). With its “informal service” and “cosy” style it’s “a perfect venue for culinary exploration”.
Scandinavian restaurant in Marylebone
34 Portman St - W1
“Unbelievable… everything was magnificent!” – Aggi Sverrisson’s “more-than-first-class” venture (now over ten years old) is a showcase for his truly “superb” Scandi-inspired cooking paired with an outstanding wine selection, too. “Service is occasionally hit and miss but mostly good”. Top Tip – don’t miss the fish tasting menu here.
. The Landmark, Winter Garden
British, Modern restaurant in Marylebone
222 Marylebone Rd - NW1
With its palm trees and soaring, glass-roofed atrium, it’s not hard to see why this beautiful and “very relaxing” space features in lists of London’s most Instagrammable locations. Its other top features include a luxurious Sunday brunch buffet with ‘bottomless’ champagne, and plush afternoon tea.
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