What's New in Marylebone
With excellent transport links, the new Bond Street station that has opened up on pedestrian zone Marylebone Lane and Marylebone fast becoming a destination for Londoners and tourists alike, there are always hot openings around the area. Here are some of the latest picks.
Opening later in March this year, this new restaurant will be a celebration of cuisines from the Arabic Mediterranean, combining dishes from Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Israel. Husband and wife team Limor and Amir Chen will be serving a very veggie-based array of dishes such as aubergines with black sesame and charcoaled leeks with manouri cheese, garnished with fruits from the region such as raisins and apricots. There’ll also be a couple of meaty options for those craving a carnivorous evening.
His sixth and largest one yet is opening spring 2018. The menu will “focus on vegetables and on produce brought directly from selected, outstanding farmers” enhancing the chef’s renowned Mediterranean dishes. A large oval-shaped bar will sit in the centre of a vast restaurant with a delicatessen retail area nearby.
Fitzrovia, Spring 2018
This newcomer brings a little Mediterranean sunshine to snowy London – a café by day set amongst their ‘indoor garden’, and when night falls the party leads down to the basement bar. The Spanish themed menu includes patatas bravas and fritto misto with lemon chilli and aioli, along with meaty sharing plates and a list of nibbles.
31 Marylebone High St, Marylebone, London W1U 4PP
The second coming of Bea Vo’s White City treat emporium. Brimming with brightly coloured sweets and cakes for afternoon tea, as well as a unique ‘porridge bar’. This pop-up store is only temporary so get your skates on!
56 James St, W1U 1HF