• Junsei brings yakitori to Marylebone

    Junsei brings yakitori to Marylebone

    Junsei is all about yakitori skewers cooked over Binchōtan Japanese Charcoal. There are over 20 skewers available, not to mention charcoal seared Wagyu and more...

  • Bernardi's becomes The Italian Greyhound in Marylebone

    Bernardi's becomes The Italian Greyhound in Marylebone

    9/6/21 - updated with a look at the inside

    Over in Marylebone, it's all change for what used to be Bernardi's. Relaunching on the same site (but from the same team) is Italian Greyhound. 

    Responsible for the new menu will be Head Chef Yohei Furuhashi, who was previously at the River Café, Dinings SW3 and Petersham Nurseries and he'll be pulling together a menu made

  • Get 50% off at both Pachamama restaurants

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    Pachamama features Peruvian flavours with the best of British ingredients - and now they've 50% off food until the end of June. 

    Offer:50% off food

    Where: Marylebone and Shoreditch

    When: Monday - Wednesday until 30 June 2021

  • Ottolenghi's latest deli is in Marylebone

    Ottolenghi's latest deli is in Marylebone

    If you can't get enough of Ottolenghi, then you're going to be pretty happy to hear about this new opening, his most central deli yet. 

    This one will be in the middle of Marylebone (taking over what used to be Festok) and will have an all-day no-reservations dining space alongside the deli. As with the other branches, there will be daily-changing salads with dishes including:

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  • Daisuke Hayashi is opening Roketsu Kaiseki restaurant in Marylebone

    Daisuke Hayashi to preview Roketsu restaurant at Brown's Hotel

    After previewing the restaurant in a residency at Brown's, chef Daisuke Hayashi is getting ready to open Roketsu in Marylebone.

    Hayashi came to London after training at the Kikunoi Ryotei restaurant in Kyoto and as a protege of seven-Michelin-starred chef Yoshihiro Murata. He has since been Executive Head chef at Tokimeitē in Mayfair. His new

  • The Wigmore launches a huge summer terrace and garden with food by Michel Roux Jr

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    Finding unused alfresco space in the centre of London isn't an easy ask - but the folk at The Wigmore on Regent Street have managed just that. The gastropub, which is part of the five start The Langham London hotel, has not only found some alfresco space, they've found ALL the alfresco space.

    Cunningly, they've connected the pubs terrace with the hotel’s courtyard garden area to form one large dining area, all covered

  • Patty&Bun spin-off Sidechick is becoming a real restaurant

    Patty&Bun spin-off Sidechick is becoming a real restaurant

    One of the developments we're seeing as we emerge into a post-lockdown world is that some formerly delivery-only businesses are getting ready to launch real life restaurants. The latest of these is Patty&Bun spin-off Sidechick, which is actually opening on James Street, just a few doors down from the original Patty&Bun.

    If you're unfamiliar with Sidechick, they

  • Chameleon takes over One Marylebone, with food by Tel Aviv chef Elior Balbul

    Chameleon takes over One Marylebone, with food by Tel Aviv chef Elior Babul

    5/3/21 - Updated with new opening date

    Chameleon is taking over One Marylebone, which was mainly used as an events space - and one with a pretty impressive interior as you can see above (it's the imposing building right opposite Great Portland Street station on the Euston Road).

    Billed as "a multi experiential space"  Chameleon will have a restaurant,

  • Test Driving Nobu Portman Square - the high-end Japanese restaurant already feels at home in Marylebone


    The new Nobu Hotel and restaurant in Marylebone's Portman Square replaces one of London's biggest celeb haunts - Nobu Berkeley Street. We head along to see how they're doing in their chic new digs. 

  • Test Driving Taka Marylebone - a happy marriage between British produce and Japanese techniques

    taka marylebone california rolls

    This Marylebone restaurant is the happiest of marriages between amazing British ingredients and fine Japanese cooking techniques. We went down to see what that a difference that makes on the plate. 

  • Flat Iron Marylebone is the next restaurant from the steak empire

    Flat Iron Marylebone is next up for the steak restaurant

    One of London's huge success stories for their much-loved affordable steaks, Flat Iron, are opening a new restaurant that's only a few steps from Oxford Street. And they'll be adding wagyu burgers to the menu.

  • Test Driving Kol - Santiago Lastra's winning fine-dining Mexican restaurant hits Marylebone


    Santiago Lastra has brought a fine-dining edge to his new Mexican restaurant Kol. We head down to Marylebone to check it out.  

  • A Nobu Hotel has opened in Marylebone's Portman Square

    A Nobu Hotel is coming to Marylebone's Portman Square

    Nobu Berkeley Street may have closed, but much of the the team has moved onto this bigger endeavour. The second Nobu Hotel in London features a huge new restaurant, a bar with a terrace and its own sushi bar. And yes, there will be Black Cod Miso. 

  • The Italians wine bar and bistro heads to Marylebone's Devonshire Street

    the italians marylebone wine bar and bistro

    The team behind Chiswick deli and pizzeria, The Italians, are preparing for a Marylebone opening this winter. The Italians' new home on Devonshire Street will be a wine bar and bistro.

    As with their Chiswick site, the key thing will be the sourcing of top drawer Italian food and drink. The all Italian wine list will change seasonally and there'll be loads available by the glass. They'll be baking focaccia fresh in-house

  • Carousel returns to Marylebone kicking off a new series of residencies

    Carousel returns to Marylebone kicking off a new series of residencies

    After shutting down back in March, rolling residency restaurant Carousel is back in action in Marylebone. They've just launched a new series of residencies throughout October. You'll have a chance to see what some chefs have been working on, preview an upcoming restaurant and there's even a chef from overseas.

    Here's who's on duty:

    Thomas Straker - now until 3 October:


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