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The Swan & Edgar

  0.03 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 68 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A sibling to the Bourne & Hollingsworth bar in Fitzrovia, The Swan & Edgar is similarly named after a defunct London department store and has a decidedly original interior, with a bar... — The Guardian

A pub that doesn’t serve bitter, that has no written wine list, and where the chef advises against ordering the steak might not seem like the best of starts. Despite this, Swan & Edgar is... — Time Out

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Phoenix Palace

Chinese   0.15 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

“Good-value” dim sum and Cantonese dishes with “interesting” flavours (in portions large “enough to share”) fill the “extensive” menu at this “family-friendly” Marylebone Chinese; the... — Zagat

The rule of thumb in Chinese restaurants is to look around for diners of Sinaean extraction and be sceptical when you don’t see them. That said, Phoenix Palace’s dinnertime abundance of... — Time Out

Phoenix Palace may be around the corner from Baker Street but is the sort of vast restaurant that could just as easily be found off Stanley Street in Hong Kong. Come in a large group and... — Michelin Guide

Located in Marylebone, a block off bustling Baker Street, Phoenix Palace Chinese Restaurant is a favorite for authentic Chinese cuisine. Hand-carved furniture, brass dragons, and other... — Travel + Leisure

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You Me Sushi

Fast Food   0.17 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 68 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There’s an air of the curiosity shop about this small family-run café – it must be the quaint pink tablecloths, the haphazard service (charming, nonetheless, and multilingual in Korean,... — Time Out

Burgeoning sushi empire; good for takeout. — Not For Tourists

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The Winter Garden

  0.19 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 68 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Winter Garden Restaurant Review: Tea is served in the Winter Garden, in the middle of the eight-story, palm-bedecked Atrium, while a pianist provides entertainment. Apart from the... — Gayot

Dining options north of Marylebone Road can be limited, so the Winter Garden, in the vast atrium of the Landmark Hotel, is a useful spot for a business lunch. The kitchen has a lightness... — Michelin Guide

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The Sea Shell Of Lisson Grove

Fast Food   0.23 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Not much survived a 2009 fire that ravaged the Sea Shell. Thankfully, its black and white checked marble floor endures, as does the affection and respect shown it by regulars and staff:... — Time Out

The Sea Shell Restaurant Restaurant Review: A takeaway to one side and a large restaurant to the other, with wooden partitions and walls decorated with murals, this is a favourite with... — Gayot

Close to Abbey Road, Madame Tussauds, the London Zoo, and Regent’s Park, Seashell is the perfect place to re-charge your batteries over golden cod and chips. But before heading over,... — Travel + Leisure

Pescatarians will love this place - sorry, carnivores! — Not For Tourists

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Ozz Restaurant

  0.29 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 68 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This restaurant's head chef Emerson Amelio has definite talent, but the team are being garrotted by misdirected energy and ambition, says Fay Maschler Published: 03 September... — Evening Standard

Ozz Restaurant offers a modern approach to European cuisine to Marylebone diners. Sourcing fresh ingredients is at the heart of the menu at Ozz, with fish from Billingsgate Market and... — Time Out

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Ishtar

Middle Eastern   0.31 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 70 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Modern Turkish, so no plate throwing and no exotic dancers. You can dine on two levels, including under some romantic cellar arches, and the dishes are familiar but updated. Go for... — DK Eyewitness

Ishtar is one of the few places attempting to take Turkish cuisine upmarket, and while there’s nothing innovative about the food, this is a good bet for a slightly more formal meal. The... — Time Out

"After shopping on Marylebone High Street", fuel up on "fantastic" charcoal-cooked dishes at this "busy" Turk boasting "affordable" prices and a "warm welcome" from "helpful" staff;... — Zagat

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Garden Cafe

Cafés   0.32 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 69 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This Regent’s Park café has two delineated areas for either counter or table service, with each sporting an oasis-like garden surrounded by tall flora. If it’s wet, you’ll have to plump... — Time Out

Garden Cafe Restaurant Review: After a brisk walk or a leisurely stroll around gracious Regent's Park, the welcoming Garden Café offers some pretty nifty contemporary British cooking.... — Gayot

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Dinings

Japanese   0.34 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Once one of Marylebone’s best-kept secrets, Dinings now has a reputation larger than its compact, converted-townhouse setting. Getting a table in the basement is unlikely without a... — Time Out

Every morsel is “exquisite” at this “creative” Japanese that dishes up food with “innovative twists” in an “unassuming”, “subterranean bunker” in Marylebone; the lunchtime prix fixe is... — Zagat

In Tokyo the hanging sign outside would be considered positively flamboyant but in London it's the very definition of discretion, making this sweet little place easy to miss. There are... — Michelin Guide

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Twist

  0.34 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 66 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With its exposed-brick walls, bare light bulbs and small plates prepared on a Josper grill in an open kitchen, this Marylebone spot is decidedly on-trend, serving up internationally... — Zagat

Italian-focused small plates. — Not For Tourists

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Reubens

Bakeries   0.35 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 70 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"All the traditional favourites" can be found at this "reliable kosher eatery" whose "excellent location" in Marylebone comprises a "packed" upstairs deli "for takeaway and quick meals"... — Zagat

A wonderful dining experience is in store at this Jewish restaurant, with all the Jewish classics on the menu like latkes and salt beef sandwiches. It is, of course, officially kosher and... — DK Eyewitness

This glatt kosher cafe-restaurant has all the Ashkenazi favourites: gefilte fish, latkes and the famous salt beef as well as more complicated (and filling) main courses. It’s pricey for... — Lonely Planet

With the closure of nearby Deli West One, Reubens is again the only kosher eaterie in the West End – and it knows it. Nevertheless, this is a reliable and predictable restaurant, so... — Time Out

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Briciole

Italian   0.37 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It flags itself as 'an Italian trattoria, café-bar and deli under one roof'. — Independent

This trattoria fronted by a cafe and a deli is tiny but perfectly formed. It serves pretty basic stuff: Palermo-style sweet-and-sour meatballs, Tuscan barbecue, all kinds of pasta. — Lonely Planet

Maurizio Morelli opened this fun, all-day Italian as a less expensive and more relaxed alternative to his Latium restaurant. — Michelin Guide

The cheery space is fitted with exposed brick and chalkboard menus, lending it an authentic trattoria vibe, plus there’s alfresco seating in warm weather. — Zagat

This Marylebone offshoot of the fancier West End restaurant Latium is as close to a proper Italian trattoria as you’re likely to find in London. — Time Out

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Galvin Bistrot de Luxe

French   0.4 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Lunch, ordered from the à la carte and £19.50 prix-fixe menus, was high on comfort and mostly tip-top. — Time Out

Veloutés, ballatines, tartares and escargots. Delicieux? Mais oui. — Not For Tourists

Michelin-pedigree brothers Chris and Jeff Galvin began their restaurant empire with this classic French bistrot in picturesque Marylebone. — Travel + Leisure

Their formula of producing some of the best rustic French food to be found in London and Paris at reasonable prices in an elegant, buzzing brasserie has proved a winner. — Frommer's

Seasoned fans and a more discerning crowd go for the impeccable food and service in a handsome slate-floor, bentwood chair, and mahogany-paneled Parisian-style salon. — Fodor's

Opso

  0.42 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Named after the Greek word for “delicacy,” this Marylebone corner destination offers a menu that draws on Hellenic flavors, from breakfast pastries and yogurt to late-night cocktails... — Zagat

10 Paddington Street, London W1 (020 7487 5088). Meal for two, including wine, £120 Modern cookbooks are the harlots of the bookshelves. They’re all “Come hither” and “Go on, you know... — The Guardian

This Greek spot in Marylebone didn’t exactly hit the ground running. In Opso’s first month it took me three visits  to find the kitchen in full tilt. Visit one had a partial menu. On... — Time Out

A modern Greek restaurant which has proved a good fit for the neighbourhood - and not just because it's around the corner from the Hellenic Centre. It serves small sharing plates that mix... — Michelin Guide

The latest addition to London's fast-growing Greek restaurant scene, Opso carves its own niche by offering distinctive dishes based on a winning combination of delicious ingredients... — Wallpaper

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Colony Bar and Grill

  0.43 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 66 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's a truism in marketing that you sell the sizzle, not the steak. The sizzle-sellers have been hard at work building a story for Colony, the latest venture from star chef Atul Kochhar,... — Independent

Track and field fans among you will recall Sergei Bubka's trick of incessantly raising his pole vault world record by the smallest possible margin. The Ukrainian could have smashed it... — The Guardian

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Orrery

French   0.44 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"Good-humoured" staff are "committed to making you feel at home" at this "discreetly located" Marylebone New French. — Zagat

Despite a change of hands, Orrery has managed to keep its position as one of the capital's best restaurants. — Frommer's

Dinner here is a romantic gastro experience. Roast rabbit with poached apricots and white chocolate vacherin are examples of typical dishes. — Insight Guides

A special-occasion restaurant in the heart of Marylebone village, with elegant contemporary decor, abundant staff, a huge wine list, and high prices. — DK Eyewitness

This serene, elegant Marylebone dining room with bucolic views through arched windows produced a meal that astonished us in every way. — Time Out

Cotidie

Italian   0.44 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 68 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Despite its ubiquity on our high streets and in our shops, most of us know very little about real Italian cuisine. This is mostly the fault of pasta and pizza which, being relatively easy... — Independent

Having made his name in San Pietro in Cariano, acclaimed chef Bruno Barbieri left lo embark on new opportunities and so far these have included judging 'Masterchef Italia' and opening... — Michelin Guide

The name translates to ‘everyday’, but the prices may be a little more ‘once in a while’ at this Marylebone arrival where the daily changing menu comes courtesy of Italian celebrity chef... — Zagat

Old style Italian at a price. Published: 22 March 2012 Chef at this new Italian restaurant that has replaced Café Luc in an invasion-of-the-body-snatchers sort of way (negligible change... — Evening Standard

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Fischer's

  0.45 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The wood-paneled walls, old-world Austrian art and banquet seating are designed to evoke early-20th-century Vienna at this relaxed Marylebone cafe and pastry shop, the latest creation... — Zagat

Imagine an Orient Express dining carriage, exclusive in the best sense, trundling through Mittel-Europa not long after the fashion for the Grand Tour has ended. Picture that, but with... — Time Out

Pitch-perfect Viennese cafe. — Not For Tourists

An Austrian café and konditorei that summons the spirit of old Vienna, from the owners of The Wolseley et al. Open all day; breakfast is a highlight - the viennoiserie are great.... — Michelin Guide

Travel back in time to the early 20th century at Fischers restaurant up at the Regent’s Park-end of Marylebone High Street. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, this eatery is both a... — Travel + Leisure

Royal China Club

Chinese   0.46 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

More upscale iteration of Cantonese culinary powerhouse; dim sum mandatory. — Not For Tourists

Specialising in “high-quality dim sum” and “fish and lobster fresh from tanks”, this Baker Street Cantonese, the compatriot of nearby Royal China, is playing “in the premier league of... — Zagat

Much more refined than the standard neighborhood Chinese, the Royal China serves superior Cantonese food in a beautiful, calm setting. Lunchtime dim sum is exquisite, an irresistible... — DK Eyewitness

'The Club' is the glittering bauble in the Royal China chain but along with the luxurious feel of the room comes an appealing sense of calm. Their lunchtime dim sum is very good; at... — Michelin Guide

The ‘club’ in the name makes RCC sound like a members-only section of the Royal China Group, which isn’t far from the truth. This, the premier link in the chain, has an air of quiet... — Time Out

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The Chiltern Firehouse

  0.47 miles from Park Avenue Baker Street 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

How appropriate - one of the hottest tickets in town is a converted fire station. The room positively bursts with energy but what makes this celebrity hangout unusual is that the food is... — Michelin Guide

Chiltern Firehouse Restaurant Review: Nuno Mendes, former chef at Viajante, did not desert London. Instead, he runs the restaurant at André Balazs' boutique hotel Chiltern Street. As the... — Gayot

The place seems to be almost permanently accessorised by Kate Moss. Outside, paparazzi loll and glower, ready to pounce on the luminaries who swarm like candle-crazed moths to this former... — The Guardian

Overseen by avant garde chef Nuno Mendes, the open kitchen on the upper level sends out modern takes on a US-influenced international menu. — Zagat

When they can secure a table, diners come to this splendidly dapper Marylebone Fire Station to celeb-spot and bask in its glorious setting as much as to dine. Chef Nuno Mendes has worked... — Lonely Planet

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