With multiple spaces this all-day dining destination in Marylebone has a warm and convivial atmosphere. Despite their French credentials they bring a distinctly British taste to the local culinary map with tried and tested favourites ranging from curry to burgers and everything in between.
Head to the restaurant for classics like fish & chips with pea puree and tartare sauce, or order one of the specialities from the Josper grill – paillarde of chicken with charred corn and sauce vierge, heritage rib eye steak with béarnaise, or whole dover sole served on or off the bone. Everything comes with that moreish charcoal flavour, and there are plenty of sides to choose from too. Please, we beg you, don’t skip dessert. The classic crème brulee is big enough for two to share (if a sudden generosity grips your heart in the moment) and comes with a satisfyingly hard top that shatters under your spoon like glass.
Service is attentive airing on the side of formal, while still remaining friendly with staff doing everything they can to ensure you have an enjoyable visit.
The menu is ideal for grazing too, where snacks like sticky wings with Asian slaw, spicy satay chicken tostadas and Thai summer rolls, ginger and sesame dipping sauce are on offer. Wash them down with some British inspired cocktails or the excellent English sparkler, Nyetimber by the glass. Even the G&Ts are served up well here, ice cold and finished with herbaceous garnishes.
Elsewhere their offering includes a juice bar and afternoon tea lounge. It’s at the latter where you’ll find their sweetly themed offerings, which change with the seasons. There’s also a vegan menu if required. If you’re looking for private dining in Marylebone 108 Brasserie have rooms available for groups, which make the ideal spot for a business lunch or birthday bash.