Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in London Marylebone
Hardens guides have spent 29 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.
Featured Marylebone Restaurants
1. Carousel Fusion restaurant in Marylebone 71 Blandford St - W1
“A brilliant idea that never disappoints” – this Marylebone venue hosts “a different guest chef every week”, flying in “some of the most exciting cooks in the world, who deliver an astonishing range of food”. Lunch from the crack in-house team is also “terrific and great value”, comprising “small plates full of original flavours”.
2. Boxcar Butcher & Grill Steaks & grills restaurant in Marylebone 23 New Quebec St - W1H
“Top burgers…”, “good-value and tasty steaks…”, “good Sunday roast…” – such are the attractions of this all-day Marylebone butcher, deli and steakhouse (part of the Cubitt House group).
3. 108 Brasserie British, Modern restaurant in Marylebone 108 Marylebone Ln - W1
2019 Review: “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.
4. Blandford Comptoir Mediterranean restaurant in Marylebone 1 Blandford Street - W1
“Wonderful bistro food” – “surprisingly fancy, but very well executed” – matches up to a notably “interesting and well-priced wine list” at this “delightful little wine bar” in Marylebone from Xavier Rousset, the youngest-ever Sommelier of the Year.
5. Clarette French restaurant in Marylebone 44 Blandford St - W1U
These “refitted pub premises” are in their second year as a Marylebone wine bar, brought to us by a part of the family which owns world-famous claret, Château Margaux. Winning solid ratings for its “smart small-plates of French bistro cooking” and “great service” – it’s “all very nice, but too expensive” to attract much feedback… unless you’re tempted by a glass of 1999 vintage Margaux for £160.
6. Les 110 de Taillevent French restaurant in Marylebone 16 Cavendish Square - W1
“You will never get bored, although you might get drunk!” at this London scion of Paris’s famous Taillevent group, where “you can try 110 different types of superb wine by the glass”. Set in “an attractive former private banking hall” – on the opposite side of Cavendish Square from the back of Oxford Street’s John Lewis – its “staff are extremely well-drilled and make everything effortless and smooth”. However, “the total cost of a meal takes it out of brasserie territory”, while the “seasonal French cuisine”, though “enjoyable”, doesn’t always seem in keeping with the level of ambition that the final bill might imply.
7. Artesian, The Langham restaurant in Marylebone 1c Portland Place - W1
The source of indulgence, guests will be inspired in Artesian, named after the original 350ft-deep well under the hotel. At the forefront of the sophisticated London bar scene, Artesian creates a perfect blend of a fun atmosphere with an innovative approach to cocktails.
8. Fucina Italian restaurant in Marylebone 26 Paddington Street - W1
Kurt Zdesar – who has been involved with such illustrious names as Nobu, Hakkasan, Chotto Matte and Ping Pong – and Stefano Stecca (most recently executive chef at Toto’s) opened this “spacious” and glamorous-looking Italian newcomer in late-2018 in Marylebone, with a focus on organic ingredients. Early-days feedback was limited, but some “delicious” if pricey food is reported, and the main quibble about the interior is that its moody lighting can leave it “rather dark”.
9. Roux at the Landau, The Langham British, Modern restaurant in marylebone 1c Portland Pl - W1
“Smooth-running and elegant” – the recently-adopted, more modern and svelte style of operation (no tablecloths, and a new central bar for counter-style dining) is suiting this Roux-branded dining room: part of a luxurious five-star hotel, opposite Broadcasting House. Despite the harder-edged look, the ambience remains “delightful” and the cuisine is “first class”, with the option of eating à la carte, or from the six-course tasting menu. “Spot-on service”, in particular, featured in numerous reports this year.
10. Twist Fusion restaurant in Marylebone 42 Crawford St - W1
“Very surprisingly delicious, every mouthful – way beyond expectations” – Eduardo Tuccillo’s tucked-away Marylebone venture (on the site that ages ago was Garbo’s, RIP) is arguably “very underrated due to its location” in a “so-loud, as it’s so-small” two-floor space. But while it feels “too casual to be a very special night out, the food and service can’t be beaten”: “a different approach with tapas that aren’t just Spanish” delivering “some inspired food combinations”. “On the pricey side, but consistently well worth it.”
View full listings of 99 Marylebone Restaurants
Popular Marylebone Restaurant Searches
london Restaurant News
Tier restrictions: Thousands of pubs and restaurants will have to stay closed until Christmas