Restaurants near Marble Arch

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Chickencellar Wed 25-Apr-18 18:15:16

We are planning at trip to later in the year staying near Marble Arch. Looking for some places to eat out would like casual dining apart from that am open to suggestions.

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Ricekrispie22 Wed 25-Apr-18 21:11:13

Who's going?

AsAProfessionalFekko Wed 25-Apr-18 21:13:47

How far would you walk/bus, budget, type of food preferred...

Chickencellar Wed 25-Apr-18 21:54:54

Just adults

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Chickencellar Wed 25-Apr-18 21:57:15

Say 20mins on tube /bus /walk. Budget mmm not sure not been to London for 30 years. We live in the north so I've no idea what a decent meal would cost in London. Type of food , I like street food .

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thefirstmrsdewinter Wed 25-Apr-18 22:10:29

Just went to Vinoteca for lunch today. I love it there. The set lunch is great value. It's not street food though. www.vinoteca.co.uk/locations/marylebone

PerditaNitt Wed 25-Apr-18 22:12:26

For casual indian street food try Roti Chai which is just behind selfridges. The upstairs room is great and informal. Selfridges often have a rooftop cafe during the summer which is usually best at breakfast time (before the posers arrive). Both are very near Marble Arch.

Marylebone has great restaurants (much better than st Christopher’s place which is more touristy). Caffe caldesi, ivy cafe, trishna, providores, woodlands, il baretto are all lovely. I’m veggie, but have heard great reviews of entrecôte for steak frites.

If you plan to go for Lebanese on Edgware Road, my favourite is Al Arez and my Lebanese friends all approve. Forget the mains and fill up on the Mezze (exceptional baklava too). I’ve never spent more than £15 per head there.

For street food, I would advise soho and just wander down frith, Greek, dean and wardour Street - you will be spoiled for choice. Princi is a super option (the pizzas by the slice are divine and if you get a window seat it is nice for people watching)

Oh how I miss living in central London sad - so many options for gluttony!

If you are planning a fancy meal, the reviews on hot dinners are pretty reliable and I like the cheese and biscuits blog for reviews too.

Have an amazing trip!

thefirstmrsdewinter Wed 25-Apr-18 22:13:13

And The Providores is about a 10min walk: www.theprovidores.co.uk/location/location.php

superram Wed 25-Apr-18 22:14:42

Bar remo is an Italian on princes st next to Oxford Circus. Is great food, nice atmosphere.

TheDuckSaysMoo Wed 25-Apr-18 22:15:06

There are loads of restaurants in and around St Christopher's Place - just to the side of Selfridges.

AsAProfessionalFekko Thu 26-Apr-18 07:25:14

Where else are you going?

Aridane Thu 26-Apr-18 07:50:11

Go down Edgeware Road - lots of lovely Middle Eastern restaurants!

AsAProfessionalFekko Thu 26-Apr-18 07:57:14

They are mostly shisha joints these days.

Chickencellar Thu 26-Apr-18 08:40:41

Thank you people smile

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