Best Restaurants In Marylebone

Spanning the area between Regent's Park, Oxford Circus and Marble Arch, Marylebone is one of London's busiest and most diverse neighbourhoods. Loved by the city's well-heeled crowd, the district boasts exquisite fine-dining restaurants along with casual pizzerias and eateries inspired by the streets of Mumbai. Whether you're looking for a quick pick-me-up after a day of hitting the shops on Oxford Street, or are on the hunt for a special occasion dinner, check out our guide to the best restaurants in Marylebone here.

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Last updated on 17th June 2024

The Volunteer

Located on the famed Baker Street, The Volunteer is a Victorian pub bursting with original features. Grab a spot by the bar underneath the low-beamed ceiling and enjoy a selection of craft ales and gourmet bar snacks, or head here on a Sunday for a full roast menu, complete with plenty of gravy and all the trimmings.

28-50 By Night

One of our top picks for restaurants in Marylebone, 28-50 By Night is a sultry spot touting tasty eats served 'til 1am and top-notch jazz music. Delve into pumpkin risotto served alongside a sage and lemon dressing or opt for scallops tartare with an apple, gherkin, aioli and beetroot gel


When you're after Indian restaurants in Marylebone, look no further than the stunning Trishna. This gorgeous spot specialises in the country's coastal cuisine, alongside fine wines from niche producers for washing down your meal.

Home Marylebone

Home Marylebone is a gorgeous restaurant and cocktail bar located on the high street, sporting unmissable ribbons of foliage and a warm glow from the inside. Its dining room is expansive, and in keeping with the hanging plants' theme, and as for the menu? You can expect to tuck into the likes of stuffed portobello mushrooms with blue cheese pesto and pine nuts, pizza topped with 'nduja and pancetta, plus lush, healthy salads such as a grilled tuna nicoise. 

Vapiano Great Portland Street

For fresh pasta and delicious, crips and light sourdough pizzas, it has to be Vapiano Great Portland Street. This casual Italian restaurant is the place to hit up when in need of a good carb fix, thanks to its tempting offer to customise your own plate of pasta by choosing the shape. It also whips up a mean lasagne, mushroom risotto and more all at affordable prices. 


Pachamama brings Peruvian flare to London's foodies. This 120-cover restaurant has three private dining room as well as a stunning bar, creating a selection of pisco and tequila-infused sips. Serving all small plates 'family style', this place requires sharp elbows to be fully enjoyed.


After hosting a residency at Carousel, Mexican chef Santiago Lastra set up permanently on Seymour Street with his restaurant Kol. Using British produce to create the flavours of Yucatán, Baja California and Oaxaca, plates here include tacos with langoustine and sea buckthorn, scallop and pear ceviche, plus ice cream topped with truffle. The interiors of this Michelin-starred joint are worth taking a snap of too, thanks to the warm, peach-coloured walls, leafy green plants and clay pots scattered about.