Tag archives for Marylebone

Modern European

Chiltern Firehouse: Not a firework but a steady burn

The buzz about Chiltern Firehouse in the heart of Marylebone has been phenomenal and it rarely leaves the headlines of glossies and national newspapers, with famous celebrities entering in their droves and flashbulbs and constant noise irritating the local residents. With Michelin chef Nundo Mendes at the helm it was initially touted as being filled ...
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Bars and pubs

The Portman: Better than your average gastropub

I’m a professed gastropub loather on most accounts. They linger haplessly in between a pub, restaurant concept, offering fine dining menus that rarely meet the criteria of proficient culinary art and cuisine at any level. It’s a recipe for disappointment to be offered soused mackerel with horseradish cream or chocolate cremoso only to find that ...
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L’Autre Pied: Innovative Vegetarian Tasting Menu

I’ve covered Michelin starred L’Autre Pied before, located in the heart of Marylebone and sister restaurant to David Moore’s Pied à Terre. The current chef is Anthony McFadden and he can certainly conjure up some food-based conceptual art, in terms of visuals and taste. I really enjoy the offerings at Pied à Terre and the ...
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