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.

Exploring a fusion of Japanese and Western cuisines, diners at TOKii can expect to feast on sushi and sashimi as well as meats cooked on the Robata grill. Sit at the counter to see the chefs in action or opt for one of their plush booths, surrounded by contemporary artwork and cutting-edge interiors.

The Volunteer

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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.

The Portman

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Loved by locals and visitors to the city alike, The Portman is a cosy gastropub located on the corner of Upper Berkely Street. With a commitment to serving the very best local produce, the menu here is made up of European style classics, from pan-seared seabass to organic venison pie and lamb shank Madeira.

The Cavendish is a gorgeous place to eat in Marylebone, serving up local produce and an exquisite wine menu. Tuck into delicious feasting menus - think braised shoulder of lamb, artichoke risotto and cold roast venison - in the beautiful dining room or out on their heated terrace.

This 36-cover spot is the perfect lunchtime hangout, serving up a small but perfectly formed menu of wood-fired pizzas. Knowing that the devil is in the detail, the team here prove all the dough for 72 hours, creating a unique hybrid of the Romana and Neapolitan style, complete with a crispy base and doughy crust.

The perfect spot for some late-night drinking, dining and dancing, the weekend sees Fucina's bar area transformed with DJ decks, a live band or PA. And to fuel you before you hit the tiles? There's a mouthwatering menu of classic Italian dishes, from beef carpaccio to wood-fired sea bass and beef short rib lasagna. 


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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.