Sharing space with the affluent Mayfair to the south and just about as pricy, Marylebone restaurants range from chic to lavish to extravagant. £40 entrees are par-for-the-course and Scottish pheasant, Norwegian king crab and Icelandic salted cod are the types of items on order here. Come to Marylebone for special occasions when money is no object and you're looking to have a grand ol' time. In the northern part of Marylebone towards Regent’s Park, Marylebone Road and the area surrounding Sherlock Holmes’ Baker Street and Madame Tussauds Wax Works Museum is a hub of upscale hotel bars and eateries. Marylebone restaurants in this area are fun and imaginative and you are likely to find champagne specials on the breakfast menus amid plush atmospheres.
Oxford Street, famous for its world class shopping and endless outlet stores and every other type of retail shop imaginable, has an equally diverse range of Marylebone restaurants which find a balance between style and affordability. On Oxford and the surrounding streets, moderately priced restaurants are the norm and you will find everything from quaint cafés to modern Italian and Asian restaurants. Running north and south from Oxford Street to Marylebone Road and dividing Marylebone and Fitzrovia, Great Portland Street is an eclectic mix of small independent shops and fashionable bars and restaurants. The Marylebone restaurants on Great Portland Street are stylish and modern featuring fresh ingredients and forward-thinking dishes.
With its stately homes, green streets and ritzy hotels, Marylebone restaurants are perfect places for an elegant Sunday brunch on a bright terrace. The weekend menus in Marylebone are elaborate affairs and will be sure to impress; many award-winning chefs haunt the kitchens of Marylebone and nothing but above-and-beyond is on offer here. Come here for Mother’s Day brunch or afternoon tea. English tradition is represented in the form of chichi department store cafeterias and British pubs. Also many restaurants in Marylebone feature a special Sunday roast which generally runs all day; a typical Sunday roast will include roasted potatoes and vegetables, Yorkshire pudding, gravy and of course a variety of roasted meats like lamb, beef and chicken.
Baker Street is the famous home of the fictional Sherlock Holmes, and there are plenty of places to eat in Marylebone to feed the multitudes of his fans who come every year to pay homage to their crime-solving hero. Sherlock-themed bars and restaurants are numerous and you will not be hard-pressed to find a traditional English pub. The rest of the eateries on Baker Street are a nice mix of mid-price to high-end international restaurants with an emphasis on Italian and Asian. Having a hard time deciding which restaurants in Marylebone are best for you? It’s easy thanks to Quandoo. Search by price, location and cuisine, then book your table easily online. Each time you book, receive loyalty points that you can use towards a voucher at the best Marylebone restaurants!