Wulf & Lamb Marylebone

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££££ - Under £30
British, Burgers, Fusion, International, Pan Asian, Vegan, Vegetarian, Wine Bars
Eat at Home
Deliveroo, Takeaway service, Uber Eats
Cool, Unique, Widely spaced tables
Food Occasions
All day dining, Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
Alfresco And Views
Outside seating, Terrace
Special Features
Counter dining, Dog friendly, Gluten-free options, Vegan options, Vegetarian options, Wheelchair access
Perfect for
Birthdays, Celeb spotting, Celebrations, Child friendly, Dates, Group dining [8+], Romantic, Special occasions
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Wulf & Lamb is an all-day vegan restaurant in Marylebone, just moments from Baker Street, Marylebone High Street and Madame Tussauds. This is one of two Wulf & Lamb sites in London, the other being a very popular site on Pavilion Road near Sloane Square, which is popular with healthy eaters in West London.

You'll find Wulf & Lamb Marylebone on fashionable Chiltern Street, where it serves a wide array of plant-based dishes with plenty of international influence. Breakfast starts with anything from American-style pancakes to scrambled ackee with herb-roasted tomatoes and scrambled tofu harissa muffins.

Come lunch and dinner, guests have a huge amount of choice with inspiration taken from all over the globe. Among the starters there's sticky tempura cauliflower with tamarind, miso aubergine bao buns, nachos and onion bhajis. There are salad bowls too, and among the mains you'll find everything from creamy mushroom pasta and aubergine katsu curry to butternut squash stir fry and a banana blossom 'fish' burger with tartare sauce and sriracha mayo.

Save some room for the excellent plant-based desserts too, including a sticky toffee pudding, a rich, gooey chocolate fondant and a salted caramel cheesecake. 

The restaurant doesn't skimp on the drinks offering either - as well as beers and a compact wine list, bar staff can mix up a range of cocktails, including peach Bellinis, Moscow Mules, Pina Coladas and an Old Fashioned. It also offers an excellent value happy hour deal, with a choice of two cocktails available at a fixed price. You can enjoy a couple of Bloody Marys or G&Ts, for example, for the price of £14. 

Wulf & Lamb also features chic, minimalist decor throughout, with high tables and stools, as well as a bar with place settings for counter diners. There's also an outdoor terrace area on the pavement complete with tables and rattan armchairs where diners can eat and drink al fresco on London's warmer days. 

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Are there vegan options on the menu at the restaurant?

The menu is entirely vegan.

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Can you book at Wulf & Lamb Marylebone?

Yes - please book via our website.

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What is the dress code at Wulf & Lamb Marylebone?

Open to all.

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Does Wulf & Lamb Marylebone offer gluten-free options?

Yes we have a number of options available.

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66 Chiltern Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 4EJ

020 8194 0000 020 8194 0000


Opening Times

All day
Mon 12:00-21:00
Tue 12:00-21:00
Wed 12:00-22:00
Thu 12:00-22:00
Fri 12:00-22:30
Sat 10:00-22:30
Sun 10:00-21:00


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3 Reviews 

Carl B

16 July 2023   - Verified Diner
Food & Drink 4
Service 4
Atmosphere 4
Value 4

sarah H

12 June 2022   - Verified Diner
Food & Drink 5
Service 5
Atmosphere 5
Value 5

Such an exquisite menu. Faves so far are the Sticky Caulflower, Sweet Potato & Zucchini Fritters and the Fish Cakes. I'm not a 100% plant-based eater, but I happily opt for this restaurant for a greater than satisfactory meal! 

Richard E

16 November 2021  
Food & Drink 2
Service 1
Atmosphere 2
Value 2.5
When is Happy Hour unhappy?

Poor Wulf & Lamb opened in Marylebone just as covid forced it to close.  Situated at one of those residential money laundering towers where there are never any lights on and nobody is ever working-out in the all-too-visible first flour gym, the rent over the enforced closure must have been a killer.

But it reopened.  Which is great news, especially when others around (Fucina, Cassa Becci, Bao & Bing) have all failed to.

So having survived, we thought we'd try it, especially as it offers Happy Hour every week day.  What a wonderful combination of words "Happy Hour every week day".  So we had no choice but to try it.

On entry, we made it clear we wanted drinks only.  No problem we were assured. Having been sat and given menus, we asked if Happy Hour was on.  Our waitress didn't know, so went off to check.  She came back and confirmed that indeed it was, so we duly ordered our cocktails. Before they came, another waiter asked is if we wanted to order drinks.  No worries, we said, we have done.  Off he left.  Our drinks arrived.  Said second waiter then came and asked us if we were ready to order food.  Having confirmed we really did only want drinks, as we'd already said, we set about enjoying them.  Nice though they were, they were small, the Rosemary Negroni had no perceptive taste of rosemary and came with a ice cube so large the dried orange had nowhere to go, and the Peach Bellini tasted of nothing but prosecco.

Anyway, we'd come for Happy Hour, so another cocktail was required.  At which point our waitress brought us the Happy Hour menu.  What?  There's a separate Happy Hour menu? What bit wasn't clear about our reason for being there?  We wanted a drink and wanted to take advantage of Happy Hour.  So why not give us the Happy Hour menu immediately, or at least tell us there was one?  As it was, we'd accidentally managed to order one from the Happy Hour menu without knowing it (although a second was never going to happen) and one off.

Having gone in, said we were in for Happy Hour, you don't bother to give us the relevant bloody menu?  OK, its a vegan restaurant so unlikely to be bloody, but you get the point.

If the place had been rushed off its feet, it is possible to have maybe forgiven them.  Each waiter had one table to look after.  

So we paid and left, having missed the Happy Hour that we'd so abundantly made clear we were there for through the incompetance of the waiting staff.  As we left, we pointed out the stupidty of the way that our evening had been handled.  Our waitress agreed, but did nothing about it: no "let me treat it a if it was Happy Hour", no "let me check with the manager", just a bill that was what it should have been, but just for half the number of drinks we'd expected.  Like I told her, we'll never go back, so, along with all those that failed in the pandemic, that's one more restaurant we're down locally.  Maybe those that do will get the basics right.  Wulf & Lamb failed abysmally to do so.

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