La Porte des Indes

Les Porte des Indes is the place to go in Marble Arch for upscale Indian dining. The decor is stunning and the cuisine a dish of French and Indian influences. Try the goat meat curry. On Sundays there is a jazz brunch and on the last Friday of the month there is a master class in Indian cooking by the head chef.

+44 20 7224 0055

Monday – Saturday – Noon–2:30 pm, 6:30–11:30 pm
Sunday - 12:00–3:30 pm, 6:00–10:30 pm

Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecôte


Specializing in steak frites, Le Relais de Venise is the place to go for french comfort food. Simple and well prepared, there is a reason that Londoners regularly wait over 30 minutes to get a table. There is a set, two course menu. The concept is that your steak should be served in two portions so it does not get cold. A great place to go for steak fans.
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The Golden Hind

The Golden Hind

Known for their fish & chips, The Golden Hind is a small BYOB restaurant in Marylebone. Their portions are generous and the chips are crisp and fresh. For a complete experience, order a side of mushy peas.
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Scott’s is the place to go for seafood in London. They have attentive service and a relaxed atmosphere, upscale but not pretentious. Perfect for a snazzy night night out or to celebrate a special occasion. Try the sautéed filet of sea bass or Scott’s oysters.

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Le Gavrôche


Le Gavrôche is the pinnacle of fine dining in London run by celebrity chef Michel Roux Jr. The food, served in small portions, is delicious and surprisingly filling. Perfect for celebrating a big occasion. The service, decor, food, wine, everything is top noch. The a la carte menu is expensive, go to the mid-week lunch for the best value. There is a formal wear dress code (jackets for men).

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