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1 August 2014
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Lanes of London at London Marriott Hotel Park Lane

020 3551 2824

London Marriott Hotel Park Lane, 140 Park Lane, London W1K 7AA

£46.00 International Mayfair, Oxford Street
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  • Wine: £28.00
  • Champagne: £70.00
  • Opening Hours: Mon- Sun 6:30am- 10:30pm

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Tacked onto the London Marriott Hotel Park Lane, this restaurant and bar hybrid will make the most of its location within a late-Edwardian mansion block – so expect lots of classical and nostalgic touches, including elements of marble, aged brass, traditional lead glazing, rustic oak and green leather. It’s a heritage package intended to provide the backdrop for a multicultural culinary trip round the capital: butter chicken will give the nod to Brick Lane, Vietnamese bun thit nuong is straight out of Kingsland Road and Lebanese kata meshwi acknowledges Edgware’s ethnic enclaves, while most of the tub-thumping British stuff will be reserved for the pud department (poor knights of Windsor, for example). The intimate bar at the front of the venue will deal in after-work drinks, cocktails and nightcaps with names like stiff upper lip or Cambridge claret cup to go with assorted nibbles.

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  1. Lanes of London pays tribute to the great multiculturalism that is the hallmark of the English capital by drawing from its many and varied culinary pockets for inspiration. Head Chef Anshu Anghotra trained at Michelin-starred chef Raymond Blanc’s culinary school at Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons and cooks an all day menu designed for sharing with four key sections, each of which have been named after a well known London Lane. There’s ‘Brick Lane’ for some fiery, spicy flavours; ‘Edgware Road’ for some Middle Eastern exoticism; ‘Kingsland Road’ for the fragrant aromas of Asia and ‘Portobello Road’ for a touch of eclectic comfort dining. Its an interesting menu and extends to British classics including fish and chips. What’s more, there’s also afternoon tea with sandwiches, scones and pastries (£23 or £29 with a glass of champagne ...
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  2. Published : Wednesday, 29th January 2014

    samphire and salsify :: Lanes of London, Park Lane

    I was a bit sceptical when I heard about the new restaurant inside the Marriott Hotel on Park Lane. Its name, Lanes of London, refers to its concept, which offers a varied array of dishes inspired by the many lanes of London – Indian, Vietnamese, Lebanese for example. After an extensive refurb of the restaurant and bar area, I was invited down to try out some of the many small plates on offer and I must say, I was pleasantly surprised. The dining room was done out very nicely – it had a touch of the Cecconi’s or Soho House about it. Staff were friendly and really chatty...
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  3. At least once a week I see a tweet asking for recommendations of where to go for a family meal. There are usually fussy parents involved, who’ve travelled down from a far away sleepy town. They’re not ‘ready’ for the kind of food London has to offer, leaving their offspring exasperated and out of options that will please everyone. Step forward Lanes of London, a new concept (yes, I know what you’re thinking, but do keep reading). This new restaurant on Park Lane (don’t let that scare you either) has designed a menu serving up sharing dishes covering four of London’s food districts. There’s Brick Lane (Indian) Kingsland Road (Vietnamese) Edgware Road (Lebanese) and Portobello Road (British classics)...
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  4. At least once a week I see a tweet asking for recommendations of where to go for a family meal. There are usually fussy parents involved, who’ve travelled down from a far away sleepy town. They’re not ‘ready’ for the kind of food London has to offer, leaving their offspring exasperated and out of options that will please everyone. Step forward Lanes of London, a new concept (yes, I know what you’re thinking, but do keep reading). This new restaurant on Park Lane (don’t let that scare you either) has designed a menu serving up sharing dishes covering four of London’s food districts. There’s Brick Lane (Indian) Kingsland Road (Vietnamese) Edgware Road (Lebanese) and Portobello Road (British classics)...
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