London’s Marble Arch is an area in central London that borders Hyde Park and connects with the popular Oxford Street. Named after – you guessed it – the white marble arch that serves as the area’s central point, this neighbourhood is right in the middle of the action. Originally built in the 19th century, this beautiful work of architecture has been a major site in London for decades. Today, Londoners and visitors alike love viewing the beautiful arch and visiting the excellent nearby restaurants and pubs. Owing to its location in central London, Marble Arch restaurants range from upscale dining establishments to family-run ethnic eateries and even fast food restaurants.