The village feel of this residential area of London lends itself to independent names as opposed to big name brands. You can expect specialist eateries as well as bucket-list-type destinations. The latter of which is exemplified in Chiltern Firehouse which has drawn a steady stream of celebrities and wealthy Londoners since its opening. This five-star spot is in good company too, holding court with the Langham nearby, a similarly glitzy hotel with its own clutch of restaurants.
And just because you’re in an especially chic part of the capital, doesn’t mean you have to splash the cash. If you’re looking for a restaurant in Marylebone that won’t break the bank, then we’re here to tell you we know a few spots that might suit. From neighbourhood pubs to pizza places, dining out in NW1 doesn’t have to be all starched linen napkins and silver cutlery.