About Wulf & Lamb Marylebone
OPENING FEBRUARY 2020
This new Marylebone site from vegan restaurant Wulf & Lamb promises the same quality of plant-based goodness as its well-respected siblings on Pavilion Road near Sloane Square and the Coal Drops Yard development in King’s Cross. It’s a casual spot on buzzy Chiltern Street which does all-day dining with a focus on good ingredients, healthy eating and a mission to offer ‘veg with edge’.
The day’s menu starts off with the full Wulf breakfast, a full vegan brekkie which swaps out bacon, sausage and black pudding for potato layer cake, borlotti ragout and scrambled ackee standing in for eggs. The rest of the menu continues the theme of nourishment with wholesome dishes such as the open burrito piled high with black beans, red rice, cherry tomatoes, peppers and cashew sour cream.
Other family traits familiar from other Wulf & Lamb outposts are the chic, minimalist decor and plant-based versions of comfort food classics such as chilli non carne, mac ‘n’ cheese and the house speciality Wulf burger, all available to order from the new site from a menu overseen by group head chef Franco Casolin. The chef has impeccable veggie credentials, having worked at Vanilla Black, the vegetarian fine-dining restaurant near Chancery Lane, for 16 years.
While the restaurant is a casual, order-from-the-counter style of place, the wine and drinks list steps it up a notch, with a good selection of European bottles well chosen for the classy location.
If you don’t have time to eat in, dishes such as a plant-based New Yorker on rye made with seitan are available to take away.
Wulf & Lamb is set to boost the variety of Marylebone’s dining scene while its good looks and location in the swanky new residential development of Chiltern Place should attract style-conscious diners who aren’t following a plant-based diet.