Marylebone

  • The next Granger & Co is going to be in Marylebone

    The next Granger & Co is in Marylebone

    A Hot Dinners exclusive

    It's early days on the details but we have news on the next Granger & Co restaurant - it'll be coming to Marylebone High Street. 

    The restaurant's taking the space once held by the much-missed pattiserie Maison Sagne (and most recently a Patisserie Valerie) and is planning to open in the spring. Here's what Bill Granger himself has to

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  • Enjoy 30% off food at Junsei in Marylebone this January

    Enjoy 30% off food at Junsei in Marylebone this January

    Pull up a stool at this Marylebone yakitori restaurant and enjoy elegant Japanese food with our exclusive discount

    Offer: 30% off the food bill

    Where: 132 Seymour Place, London, W1H 1NS

    When: 13 January – 30 January 2022 Wednesday to Sunday

  • Daisuke Hayashi is opening Roketsu Kaiseki restaurant in Marylebone

    Daisuke Hayashi to preview Roketsu restaurant at Brown's Hotel

    22/11/21 - updated with the opening date

    After previewing the restaurant in a residency at Brown's, chef Daisuke Hayashi is getting ready to open Roketsu in Marylebone.

    Hayashi came to London after training at the Kikunoi Ryotei restaurant in Kyoto and as a protege of seven-Michelin-starred chef Yoshihiro Murata. He has since been

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  • Flowerhouse opens in Marylebone from the people behind The Light Bar

    Flowerhouse opens in Marylebone from the people behiind The Light Bar

    The people who opened The Light Bar in Shoreditch earlier this year have quietly opened their second place - a new pub across town in Marylebone.

    Flowerhouse looks quite different from your standard British pub though - the name lends its hand to the striking design with a bright look and flowery wallpaper throughout. The pub also has a female-led team, with an aim to "support

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  • Tataki is Marylebone's new steak and sushi spot

    tataki sushi brendon street marylebone

    A Hot Dinners exclusive

    Newly opened in Marylebone is Tataki - a steak and sushi bar from the folk who are also behind 500 Pizzeria in Brixton. There's precious little in the way of information on it, so thanks to Hot Dinners reader Miles who brought it to our attention.

    What we can tell you is that the focus is very much on sushi with all the usual options like salmon tataki, yellowfin

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  • Kolkata cuisine comes to London, with the opening of Chourangi in Marylebone

    Kolkata cuisine comes to London, with the opening of Chourangi in Marylebone

    There seem to be a significant number of new restaurant openings in Marylebone and now comes the news that Londoners will be able to enjoy Kolkata cuisine when Chourangi opens its doors.

    If you’re wondering how the food of Kolkata differs to your standard Friday night Chicken Jalfrezi, then prepare to be surprised. Incorporating British, Dutch, Armenian, French,

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  • Stevie Parle's Joy is back, in Marylebone

    Stevie Parle's Joy is back in Marylebone

    After being moved on from Portobello (only after he'd made a dormant site successful again), Stevie Parle has brought back Joy, this time to Marylebone in a new

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  • Crome London is a new cafe that's all about French Toast

    Crome London is a new cafe that's all about French Toast

    Recently, we gave you our guide to the best French toast in London, because it's a bit of a thing in London restaurants at the moment. But now things have moved to the next level with a whole restaurant devoted to French toast, called Crome. 

    It's split into the sweet or savoury kind,

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  • Ottolenghi's latest deli is in Marylebone

    Ottolenghi's latest deli is in Marylebone

    If you can't get enough of Ottolenghi, then you're going to be pretty happy to hear about this new opening, his most central deli yet. 

    This one will be in the middle of Marylebone (taking over what used to be Festok) and will have an all-day no-reservations dining space alongside the deli. As with the other branches, there will be daily-changing salads with dishes including:

    • Roasted
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  • Cavita in Marylebone will be Mexican chef Adriana Cavita's first solo restaurant

    cavita restaurant marylebone

    Mexican-born chef Adriana Cavita is taking inspiration from her family and childhood in Mexico with her first solo venture in London, complete with basement mezcaleria

  • How Matcha! is Marylebone's new coffee and cake shop devoted to the green powder

    how matcha marylebone

    If oh-so-Instagrammable drinks and cakes are your deal, then you'll be wanting to hotfoot it to Marylebone next week where a very photogenic-sounding cafe is opening.

    How Matcha! - the clue is in the name - will be ALL about matcha, whether that's in cake or tea form. The drinks have been created so they're as good hot as they are on ice, which will be handy for days on which the British summer deigns to show

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  • Junsei brings yakitori to Marylebone

    Junsei brings yakitori to Marylebone

    Junsei is all about yakitori skewers cooked over Binchōtan Japanese Charcoal. There are over 20 skewers available, not to mention charcoal seared Wagyu and more...

  • Bernardi's becomes The Italian Greyhound in Marylebone

    Bernardi's becomes The Italian Greyhound in Marylebone

    9/6/21 - updated with a look at the inside

    Over in Marylebone, it's all change for what used to be Bernardi's. Relaunching on the same site (but from the same team) is Italian Greyhound. 

    Responsible for the new menu will be Head Chef Yohei Furuhashi, who was previously at the River Café, Dinings SW3 and Petersham Nurseries and he'll be pulling together a menu made

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  • The best restaurants in Marylebone

    Lurra

    Just north of Oxford Street, Marylebone is the place to head for if you need a respite from shopping - but want something a little more casual than Mayfair.

  • The Wigmore launches a huge summer terrace and garden with food by Michel Roux Jr

    wigmore summer terrace

    Finding unused alfresco space in the centre of London isn't an easy ask - but the folk at The Wigmore on Regent Street have managed just that. The gastropub, which is part of the five start The Langham London hotel, has not only found some alfresco space, they've found ALL the alfresco space.

    Cunningly, they've connected the pubs terrace with the hotel’s courtyard garden area to form one large dining area, all covered

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