In addition to the The Landmark London’s Winter Garden, Great Central Bar & Restaurant and Mirror Bar, the hotel is on the doorstep of some of London’s most highly-rated restaurants and bars.
Winter Garden Restaurant
Experience modern European dining year round in this enchanting setting under a magnificent glass roofed atrium at The Landmark London.222 Marylebone Road, NW1 6JQ
Great Central Bar & Restaurant
An ever-evolving menu of globally inspired classics at The Landmark London. A handsome oak panelled room, intimate and luxurious, yet relaxed and comfortable. Perch at the friendly neighbourhood bar or relax in an armchair and bask in the richly historic, authentic atmosphere. 222 Marylebone Road, NW1 6JQ
The Mirror Bar
For pure glamour visit The Mirror Bar at The Landmark London, a best kept secret with the best cocktails in Marylebone. 222 Marylebone Road, NW1 6JQ
Classic French cuisine on the bustling Marylebone High Street with an award-winning wine list and with three AA Rosettes. The restaurant also features a rooftop terrace, bar, and cafe. 55 Marylebone High Street, London, W1U 5RB
Relais de Venise L’Entrecôte
There’s no menu at this homage to steak, diners simply state their preference on how they would like the meat to be cooked, and after a crisp salad to start, a perfect dish of steak frites will be served. 120 Marylebone Lane, W1U 2QG.
Michelin-starred chef Nuno Mendes creates imaginative dishes in a former Victorian fire station. The menu changes with the seasons, but dishes might include halibut cooked over pine or a lunch-time snack of crab-stuffed doughnuts. 1 Chiltern Street, W1U 7PA.
Dinings’ philosophy is to respect the origins of Japanese cooking while delivering a contemporary edge by using the best of Modern European ingredients. The result is expertly-created dishes such as eel topped with pan-fried foie gras and sweet soy. 22 Harcourt Street, W1H 4HH.
Welcoming Zayna provides a great introduction to North Indian and Pakistani food with dishes such as palak gosht, a Pakistani speciality with sautéed spinach and lamb. 25 New Quebec St, W1H 7SF.
With wood panelling and open fireplaces, this local gastropub provides a relaxing atmosphere in which to enjoy a seasonal British menu. Dishes might include Lyme Bay plaice or a Norfolk Horn rack of lamb. 6 New Quebec St, W1H 7RQ.
High-end traditional Chinese dining – Phoenix Palace has ornate oriental décor and a vast menu with a great selection of fish and seafood dishes. The daytime dim sum menu is also impressive. 5 Glentworth Street, NW1 5PG.
La Fromagerie (No 6)
This much-loved cheese store and deli has a delightful café. There are incredible cheeseboards to choose from (British, French, Italian or the Cheeseroom Board) as well as hot dishes that might include loin of venison or ravioli with butternut squash. On Mondays and Fridays, No 6 is also open for supper. 2 – 6 Moxon Street, W1U 4EW.
Theatrical cocktails are served with real flair at this popular Marylebone bar that evokes a 1920s speakeasy. Aromas, fogs and foams are used to dramatic effect, with cocktails playfully presented in all manner of beautiful glasses and cups. It is advisable to book a table in advance. 50/54 Blandford Street, W1U7HX.
Michelin-starred Trishna offers refined Indian cuisine with a local twist. The menu includes dishes such as tandoori grouse, wild boar biryani and Dorset crab with curry leaves, and a wine recommendation is offered with each from a list of carefully selected boutique producers. 15-17 Blandford Street, W1U 3DG.
Celebrating the diversity of the Argentine kitchen, Zoilo’s menu highlights regional ingredients and dishes along with an extensive selection of the country’s best wines. Empanadas are filled with braised cuttlefish, fennel and chorizo, while main courses include grilled pork belly with peach. 9 Duke Street, W1U 3EG.
Galvin Bistrot de Luxe
A Parisian-style bistrot from acclaimed restaurateurs the Galvin brothers, Galvin Bistrot de Luxe offers French classics such as steak tartare, duck confit and tart tatin in an atmospheric setting with banquette seating, dark wood panelling and globe lighting. 66 Baker St, W1U 7DJ.
The robata grill takes centre stage at contemporary Roka with diners able to watch the impressive theatre of the chefs cooking the likes of wagyu beef, lobster and black cod. 30 North Audley St, W1K 6HP.
Named after the legendary Lebanese singer, Fairuz is a relaxed yet lively place for delicious grills and meze alongside specials such as makloobeh – a stew of aubergines and rice topped with diced fillet of lamb. 3 Blandford St, W1U 3DA.
Gloucestershire’s award-winning organic farm has its own chic café in Marylebone where the specials board changes with what’s in season. There is a great selection of salads, a range of botanical infusions aimed to promote wellbeing, as well as native-breed steak and burgers. 6-8 Blandford Street, W1U 4AU
The Providores & Tapa Room
The ground floor Tapa Room is the more informal place to eat; The Providores is the first-floor dining room – in both there is skilful and exciting fusion food on the menu and an extensive selection of wine showcasing New Zealand’s best. 109 Marylebone High Street, W1U 4RX.
A classic Italian menu is the draw at this neighbourhood restaurant with dishes such as veal Milanese, seabass baked in salt, and a range of pizzas from a wood-burning oven. The design is pared-back chic with exposed bricks and banquette seating. 43 Blandford St, W1U 7HF.
The refined and polished Scott’s serves the freshest fish and seafood in a beautiful panelled dining room dominated by a dramatic oyster bar. Scott’s dates back to 1851 making it one of London’s oldest restaurants – although it started life as a humble oyster warehouse. 20 Mount St, W1K 2HE.
Glamorous and lively, Sexy Fish is an experience like no other. There are mermaids by Damian Hirst, Frank Gehry’s fish float over the bar, and DJs get diners into the party spirit while they enjoy a menu of sushi, sashimi and dishes cooked on a robata grill. It is also home to Europe’s largest collection of Japanese whisky. Berkeley Square House, Berkeley Square, W1J 6BR.
New York’s fashionable Balthazar has brought its brasserie-style dining to London’s Covent Garden offering breakfast, brunch, afternoon tea and dinner in an elegant yet informal setting. 4-6 Russell St, WC2B 5HZ.
Chef Yotam Ottolenghi’s passion for vibrant fresh dishes led to the creation of a string of fantastic delis across the capital. NOPI is his more formal restaurant, although downstairs there is a casual feel with communal dining and open kitchen. The menu changes regularly but dishes might include a cabrito goat shawarma or a spiced potato cake with tamarind. 21-22 Warwick Street, W1B 5NE.