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108 Marylebone Lane
020 7969 3900
Newest on the vibrant dining scene of Marylebone is this all day brasserie and bar, and they’re bringing a distinctly British taste to the local culinary map. Head to the restaurant proper for crispy pigs cheeks with apple and raisin chutney, chicory, pear and stilton salad with pickled walnuts, and confit breast of lamb with celeriac remoulade and green sauce, or order one of the specialities from the Josper grill – Suffolk pork chop with cider glaze, classic grilled chicken. The bar is ideal for grazer, where weekly changing small plates, like crispy salt and peppers squid, baked Fromagerie camembert with rosemary and roast garlic are more the thing, washed down with some British inspired cocktails as well as the excellent English sparkler, Nyetimber by the glass.
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108 Marylebone Lane
020 7969 3900
Bond Street Tube Station 410m
Regents Park Tube Station 654m
The Wallace Collection 179m
Wigmore Street 201m
Mon-Sun 7am-10.30am 12N-10.30pm
It might be located in a traditional Edwardian townhouse, but 108 Brasserie is a thoroughly contemporary outfit. The semi-private Snug can seat up to 24 diners, with three different British-leaning menus to choose from which range from the traditional to the bang-up-to-date. Larger groups can be accommodated in one of the neighbouring Marylebone hotel’s 10 private rooms, all of which benefit from natural light.
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Food + drink: 4
Booked easily through SquareMeal and got a courtesy call from 108 on the day to check we were coming. Early evening meal - three of us. I was not sure I liked the table we were given, as it was next to some stairs, but actually it was perfectly fine - not noisy or disturbed. The menu had plenty of choice and we all found what we liked. My first course of venison carpaccio was delicious - only really a couple of mouthfuls of food, but I was not looking for quantity. The pork with black pudding was also good (and bigger!) although the meat was a little dry and the crackling just too tough to tackle. Wine affordable with decent choice by the glass - enjoyed the Rioja. Service good - attentive enough. Very dim lighting, but seemed to work nicely in this location. Would come back.
Food + drink: 5
108 Brasserie, Marylebone – Chef Russell Ford's famous Guiness brown bread £2.50 is moist, dense and has a slight sweetness, feels more like a cake. If you like your artisan bread, I'd highly recommend it. I was tempted to order it as a dessert. In ordinary words it is essentially bread and butter but this is in every way unimaginably good.
June's dish of the month is a poached line caught wild salmon, sea vegetables, orange hollandaise £30.00. I honestly do not like to make cliché quotations but the wild salmon was poached to perfection - flakes off gently with a pink middle that makes me smile. My only slightest moan was that the hollandaise sauce was a slightly lumpy.
A wine to pair with the salmon is this white Domaine de Montmarin Viognier 2014 France which has a prominent floral aroma but a sharp and tangy taste. Drinking this wine alone would not be my choice but I am amazed at how the wine tunes itself to the wild salmon. The sharp tangy taste is cut short and it somehow mellows out, even with the citrus presence in the fish. It is like magic and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
We had a couple of side dishes but they were not necessary. The salmon itself was a generous helping but I could not resist the he grilled asparagus with olive oil, lemon and shaved Berswell (£4.50) when they are in season. Gently poached and quickly seared, perfect!
Likewise with the Jersey royals mint (£4.50) my potato lover husband gave two thumbs up! The lovely potato skin, like a thin crispy membrane, and floury within was almost like eating a potato pop; I am not sure what that means but that's the sensation.
I wish I'd had room for dessert!
108 Brasserie is part of the Marylebone hotel's Edwardian townhouse. The interior dining reflects a traditional bistro style furnished with rich red leather, burnt orange mohair upholstery, dark stained oak bar, antique mirrors and nickel detailing.
I spent the afternoon with my parents and after the long conversation and disagreements about where to eat we ended up outside 108 as I used to live in the area. We were greeted and seated quickly and with kind attentive staff, one waiter who served us was really kind to my parents and I was impressed as it was lunch my mum doesn't eat much. My food was excellent we had plenty of lovely bread good wine. It wasn't expensive and aside from it being really quiet the setting was just perfect. I would happily recommend it and hope it if you like a good long lunch! Delish.
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