Eat – Marylebone Online http://maryleboneonline.co.uk Marylebone's Online Home Tue, 14 Nov 2017 11:13:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.3 Christmas Shopping on Chiltern Street http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/christmas-shopping-chiltern-street/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/christmas-shopping-chiltern-street/#respond Tue, 14 Nov 2017 11:13:06 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3685 On Thursday 16th November, annual Christmas calendar highlight, the Chiltern Street Christmas Shopping Evening returns for another year to Marylebone bringing with it a host of exclusive in-store promotions, food, drinks and live music. In line with this year’s ‘all in the detail’ theme – a celebration of Chiltern Street’s craftsmen, designers and restaurateurs, for [...]

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On Thursday 16th November, annual Christmas calendar highlight, the Chiltern Street Christmas Shopping Evening returns for another year to Marylebone bringing with it a host of exclusive in-store promotions, food, drinks and live music.

In line with this year’s ‘all in the detail’ theme – a celebration of Chiltern Street’s craftsmen, designers and restaurateurs, for whom the finest detail is never overlooked – guests will have the opportunity to explore an array of special activities that will enhance their Christmas shopping experience.

There will be complimentary customisation services at the street’s boutiques, allowing shoppers to find bespoke gifts for loved ones. Premium men’s loungewear brand, Hamilton & Hare, will be offering monogramming on its woven products, whilst modern jewellers, Cox & Power, will host jewellery engraving workshops. Shoppers at Bridal Rogue Gallery can receive one-to-one consultations with legendary shoe designer Diane Hassall, who has worked alongside Jimmy Choo and Emma Hope. The world’s oldest candlemaker, Cire Trudon, will be partnering with glass engraver Freddie Quartely to offer calligraphic engraving on the brand’s classic candles.

An annual staple, Chiltern Firehouse will be outside their terrace offering guests delicious dishes and drinks, created by Executive Chef, Nuno Mendes. This year, festive tasters courtesy of award-winning restaurant, Jikoni, will also be served. For more winter warmers, Cadenhead’s will be hosting complimentary walk-in whisky tasting sessions and Monocle Café will be serving traditional mulled wine, which shoppers can enjoy whilst listening to live music on the street.

Putting the ‘merry’ in Merry Christmas, complimentary drinks and nibbles in stores will also be served. Guests can purchase the latest collections, whilst enjoying special promotions, at the likes of iconic British fashion brand, Sunspel, lifestyle boutique Mouki Mou, menswear shop Trunk Clothiers, eyewear specialists, PRISM, and fashion designer, Bella Freud.

All gift vouchers, freebies and places on various workshops and activities will be offered on a first
come, first served basis, so shoppers are encouraged to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

For more information on the Chiltern Street Christmas Shopping Evening, visit www.portmanmarylebone.com


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Indulge in tasty summer classics at the St Christopher’s Place Summer Tastefest http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/indulge-tasty-summer-classics-st-christophers-place-summer-tastefest/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/indulge-tasty-summer-classics-st-christophers-place-summer-tastefest/#respond Wed, 02 Aug 2017 16:50:06 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3673 This August, St Christopher’s Place is embracing the flavours of British summertime culinary classics, bringing unique twists to seasonal favourites, at its three-day Summer Tastefest. From 5pm to 8pm on Tuesday 15th to Thursday 17th August, the famous piazza at St Christopher’s Place will transform into a tasting pop up festival, mixing the latest food [...]

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This August, St Christopher’s Place is embracing the flavours of British summertime culinary classics, bringing unique twists to seasonal favourites, at its three-day Summer Tastefest.

From 5pm to 8pm on Tuesday 15th to Thursday 17th August, the famous piazza at St Christopher’s Place will transform into a tasting pop up festival, mixing the latest food and dining trends with some of the world’s rarest ingredients, creating a different mouth-watering taste to be enjoyed every night across the three day period.

Visitors to the central London location, nestled between Oxford Street and Marylebone, will be invited to indulge in a gastronomic journey of tasty twists on traditional treats – jelly, ice cream and cocktails. With each tasting pop up available for one night only, this gastronomic event a must for the discerning diner’s calendar

Tuesday 15th August will see ‘Martini Magic’ with cocktails courtesy of Seedlip, choc ice rolls from Pan-n-Ice on Wednesday 16th August and Cutter & Squidge will be providing a twist on classic summer jelly inside a signature ‘biskie’ on Thursday 17th August.

Secure your place at the Summer Tastefest by registering online: at www.stchristophersplace.com/summertastefest.


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Portman Summer Street Party to bring urban garden glamour to Marylebone http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/portman-summer-street-party-bring-urban-glamour-marylebone/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/portman-summer-street-party-bring-urban-glamour-marylebone/#respond Tue, 04 Jul 2017 13:17:28 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3668 The Portman Marylebone Summer Street Party is coming to New Quebec Street and Seymour Place for an event with live music, food, drinks and entertainment for all ages, on Thursday 6 July, from 5pm to 10pm. There is fun to be had for everyone, some of the highlights including: – Make your own terrarium workshop [...]

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The Portman Marylebone Summer Street Party is coming to New Quebec Street and Seymour Place for an event with live music, food, drinks and entertainment for all ages, on Thursday 6 July, from 5pm to 10pm.

There is fun to be had for everyone, some of the highlights including:

– Make your own terrarium workshop by renowned florist James Bernard Floristry
– A host of cocktails and dishes from some of Marylebone’s most acclaimed restaurants including Bernardi’s, Lurra and The Mae Deli
– Exclusive promotions in a host of boutiques, including beachwear designer Paolita and interiors design shop, Eliska
– An array of family entertainment, including a garden tea party at GAIL’s Artisan Bakery

The Portman Marylebone Summer Street Party is working with Carers Network, a charity dedicated to supporting unpaid carers in changing lives across London.
Places on the terrarium workshop will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis, so guests are encouraged to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

For more information, visit www.portmanmarylebone.com.

 


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Review: Les 110 de Taillevent http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/reviews/review-les-110-de-taillevent/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/reviews/review-les-110-de-taillevent/#respond Mon, 03 Jul 2017 08:33:35 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3654 Les 110 de Taillevent is impressive before you even step inside. Occupying a beautiful building in Marylebone’s Cavendish Square, the facade opens up into a spacious interior, with extra high ceilings and glamorous bar towards the back of the restaurant. With its name being a reference to the extensive collection of wines available, the originally Parisian restaurant [...]

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Les 110 de Taillevent is impressive before you even step inside. Occupying a beautiful building in Marylebone’s Cavendish Square, the facade opens up into a spacious interior, with extra high ceilings and glamorous bar towards the back of the restaurant.

With its name being a reference to the extensive collection of wines available, the originally Parisian restaurant that has seen the likes of Brad Pitt and Vladimir Putin as its guests has been open in London since October 2015.

A quick look at the menu and you will soon get to see first hand how many wines are on offer by the glass. But don’t be overwhelmed – working your way down the menu, run your finger horizontally to each side and you will find a recommended wine suggestion to accompany every course on the menu. In addition to the intuitive menu the restaurant’s UK managing director, Nicola Munari, was on hand to make recommendations and he was of the most impressive hosts we have had the pleasure of coming across at a Marylebone restaurant for a while, with his passion and knowledge for food and wine making him a great asset to Les 110 de Taillevent.

After enjoying a glass of Laurent Perrier to start, the food we enjoyed throughout the evening was nothing short of brilliant, and the wine recommendations to accompany each course perfectly complimenting our choices.

Between myself and my company for the evening we enjoyed the cornish crab with remoulade, dill and fennel, a pea veloute with radish, baby gem, pea ice cream and mint, and lastly the wild sea bass à la plancha served with green asparagus, shellfish and pasta bucatinni. We would order all of these dishes again in a flash, with the 2013 glass of Ajaccio ‘Grannit’ from the Domaine de Vaccelli in Corsica being a particular favourite from the glasses of wine we enjoyed.

Despite not having ordered it, we were asked how we felt about trying some lobster in between our start and our main. I imagine this is an offer very few have ever turned down. Soon afterwards, a spelt lobster risotto in a lobster bisque arrived, and was explained as being the winner of the Best in Taste category at the Taste of London. We both looked at each other with joy after tasting, with it being an obvious choice for the award. This dish was certainly one of the highlights of the evening.

Having worked our way through a number of glasses of wine throughout the courses and not looking forward to a 6am alarm for work the next morning, we politely declined anything to accompany dessert but were told we couldn’t possibly miss out on a particular sparkling Italian white wine – how right they were. The glass of G D Vajra 2015 Moscato d’Asti we enjoyed was (fortunately) low in alcohol  at 5.5%, sweet without being sickly and with a gentle sparkle, making it the perfect refreshing accompaniment to our desserts – one rich and tasty chocolate plate with whipped cream, chocolate sablé and chocolate ice cream, and one banana served with maple syrup, walnuts, vanilla and caramel ice cream. What an end to the evening.

Les 110 de Taillevent is a great location for a number of occasions, with the main brasserie, al fresco terrace and a private dining room available for hire. Excellent food, a great selection of wines and top class service – we certainly recommend a visit.

More info

Les 110 de Taillevent
16 Cavendish Square
Marylebone
London
W1G 9DD

Website: les-110-taillevent-london.com
Phone: 020 3141 6016

Nearest Tube: Oxford Circus


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108 Brasserie offer exclusive menu for St. Patricks day http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/108-brasserie-offer-exclusive-menu-st-patricks-day/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/108-brasserie-offer-exclusive-menu-st-patricks-day/#respond Wed, 15 Mar 2017 10:08:11 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3636 St Patricks day is upon us again and as always we’re here to tell you where you need to be in Marylebone to make the most of this special holiday. Located in the heart of Marylebone, 108 Brasserie, will be offering complimentary tasters and nibbles of Irish-inspired food and drink. You can expect to have [...]

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St Patricks day is upon us again and as always we’re here to tell you where you need to be in Marylebone to make the most of this special holiday.

Located in the heart of Marylebone, 108 Brasserie, will be offering complimentary tasters and nibbles of Irish-inspired food and drink. You can expect to have a taste of their signature Guinness bread which you can wash down with authentic Irish coffee, all on the house. To the lunch and dinner menu, a traditional Irish dish will be added; which will include luscious bacon loin, dressed in a cabbage and parsley sauce. This will be served with The Dingle Sour Cocktail, which consists of Dingle Gin, sugar syrup plum bitter and egg white. All for £16 and exclusive to March the 17th.

Offering a local feel in one of the busiest cities in the world is a tough order but 108 Brasserie pull it off. With two distinctive rooms offering all day dining, and a bar that is both chic and sophisticated it is hard to beat the experience you receive at 108 Brassiere.


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Bone Daddies opens new branch in Marylebone http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/bone-daddies-opens-new-branch-marylebone/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/bone-daddies-opens-new-branch-marylebone/#respond Wed, 15 Feb 2017 14:58:07 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3627 The best place to get ramen in London, Bone Daddies, has opened a new location right here in Marylebone.  The new space will be opened on James street in the St. Christopher’s place restaurant area. It will be a two storey site, with the ground floor having a 9-seat L-shaped bar and an open kitchen [...]

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The best place to get ramen in London, Bone Daddies, has opened a new location right here in Marylebone. 

The new space will be opened on James street in the St. Christopher’s place restaurant area. It will be a two storey site, with the ground floor having a 9-seat L-shaped bar and an open kitchen at the back with a robata grill, so diners get to see the chefs at work. Whilst the basement floor will house a 14-seat communal table.

Ross Shonan, chef proprietor, and executive chef Tom Moxon have created a new menu that will feature new exclusive dishes for James Street along with ramen, robata grilled and other wok fried dishes. Shonan and Moon have introduced a new ‘Kushiyaki’ section for James street, which will include robata grilled skewers with a myriad of different ingredients. You can expect to see; chicken, ox-tail, sweet chilli ponzu, salmon and shiitake mushrooms marinated in kimchee butter.

A whole host of Japanese beers, wines, ciders and sake will be on the drinks list, alongside cocktails and freshly squeezed juices.


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Kei Kobayashi and Sushi shop collaborate on new 2017 menu http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/kei-kobayashi-sushi-shop-collaborate-new-2017-menu/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/kei-kobayashi-sushi-shop-collaborate-new-2017-menu/#respond Wed, 25 Jan 2017 16:49:09 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3610 London favourite and Marylebone staple, Sushi Shop, have unveiled a new collaborative menu for 2017. The restaurant has teamed up with Michelin star chef, Kei Kobayashi, in a collaboration that they call ‘the perfect meeting of East and West’. From the salmon gravlax roll to the red miso cucumber salad, this new menu has clear echoes [...]

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London favourite and Marylebone staple, Sushi Shop, have unveiled a new collaborative menu for 2017.

The restaurant has teamed up with Michelin star chef, Kei Kobayashi, in a collaboration that they call ‘the perfect meeting of East and West’. From the salmon gravlax roll to the red miso cucumber salad, this new menu has clear echoes of french gastronomic cuisine whilst still retaining the aesthetic appeal and creativity that Japanese dishes are famous for.

Both Sushi Shop and Kei Kobayashi have French and Japanese cultures at the centre of their history. Sushi Shop was founded by two french entrepreneurs in 1998, who saw the gap for a middle of the market Sushi restaurant. A restaurant that would offer tasty, made to order sushi that was encouraged to take away, all at a reasonable price. No one else was offering this at the time, sushi was mainly found in expensive hotels and restaurants and at a high price point. Kobayashi on the other hand was born and raised in Nagano, Japan. This is where he began cooking french cuisine before moving to France in the mid 90s to learn how to master and a perfect his skill. In 2011 Kobayashi opened his own restaurant, KEI, in Paris. One year after the opening he was awarded a Michelin star.

Inspired by their joint history, Kobayashi and Sushi Shop have collaborated to try and create a fusion of the two cuisines, and its worked.

A highlight of the new menu is the gyu special roll, gyu meaning beef in Japanese. Here Kobayashi has reworked the beef and presented it in a carpaccio style, ever-so lightly seared and lacquered with teriyaki sauce. The crunch from the peppers, carrots and fried onions provide a nice contrast to the soft and succulent beef. Kobayashi said, “I wanted to play with colours, this is a very very visual creation, very expressive.”

At £8.90 for the gyu special roll, Sushi Shop is not far off high-street competitors in terms of price. However, they are miles ahead in terms of quality. At Sushi Shop the ingredients are fresh and so are the dishes, all food is made to order. Which is a nice change to other high-street sushi chains where the food is pre-packaged and left to dry out in a self-service refrigerator.

Kobayashi and Sushi Shop have achieved what they wanted here. The new menu is simple yet intricate, traditional yet innovative, Japanese yet French. They have succeeded in fusing the two cuisines and have created a fresh and exciting new menu.

67 Weymouth Street
Marylebone
London
W1G 8NY


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Chi Kitchen’s unveil January exclusive menu http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/chi-kitchens-unveil-january-exclusive-menu/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/chi-kitchens-unveil-january-exclusive-menu/#respond Tue, 10 Jan 2017 11:59:40 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3605 Oxford Street hotspot, Chi Kitchen’s, has announced a January exclusive ‘Tai Chi’ inspired menu to celebrate the new year. The new menu will be available from the 2nd – 22nd of January and offers a myriad of healthy, pan-asian dishes such as; a chicken and Chinese herb soup, Quinoa Salad and a tuna and avocado tempura [...]

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Oxford Street hotspot, Chi Kitchen’s, has announced a January exclusive ‘Tai Chi’ inspired menu to celebrate the new year.

The new menu will be available from the 2nd – 22nd of January and offers a myriad of healthy, pan-asian dishes such as; a chicken and Chinese herb soup, Quinoa Salad and a tuna and avocado tempura sushi roll.

Ping Coombs, the winner of MasterChef 2014, and the Executive Chef at Chi Kitchen’s has created the new exclusive menu to embrace a harmonised balance, which is in line with the philosophy of ‘Tai Chi’. Although ‘Tai Chi’ was originally a Chinese martial art, today it is used to promote good health and well being. The philosophy of ‘Tai Chi’ is simple yet powerful – ‘to be balanced’. This is exactly what Coombs and her kitchen have tried to achieve with this menu. It provides a healthy alternative, as well as plates that will appeal to our more indulgent sides. Dishes such as the chicken and Chinese herb soup are made with healthy, super-food ingredients. Whereas the tuna and avocado sushi roll, which you can choose to have deep-fried, is there to self indulge.

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Chis’s Kitchen is the perfect alternative whenever you feel a little peckish hunting for those January sales.

Chi Kitchen Oxford Street
Ground Floor Debenhams
334-348 Oxford Street (Henrietta Place Entrance)
London W1C 1JG


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The Gate arrives in Marylebone http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/the-gate-arrives-in-marylebone/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/the-gate-arrives-in-marylebone/#respond Tue, 03 Jan 2017 18:09:46 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3599 Renowned vegetarian and vegan restaurant, The Gate, opened its latest branch on Marylebone’s Seymour Place last month. With successful branches already open in both Islington and Hammersmith, its obvious this veggie hotspot has made a new and innovative addition to the Central London food scene. The Gate is famous for making veggies the centre piece of their [...]

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Renowned vegetarian and vegan restaurant, The Gate, opened its latest branch on Marylebone’s Seymour Place last month.

With successful branches already open in both Islington and Hammersmith, its obvious this veggie hotspot has made a new and innovative addition to the Central London food scene.

The Gate is famous for making veggies the centre piece of their innovative cooking. With dishes such as; aubergine schnitzel, roast heirloom beetroot tart and green banana fritters the Gate is far from predictable. All of the ingredients that are used at the restaurant have been selectively sourced from independent producers, following the Gate’s philosophy of celebrating food. This philosophy allows extraordinary experimentation when comes to both the dishes they create and the processes they use.

Delicious veggie dishes aren’t the only thing offer at the Gate, their theme of experimentation continues on to their wide range of cocktails too. From a Jalapeño Margarita to a Lavender Lady t
he Gates cocktail menu does not fail to impress. All made with fresh juices, herbs and botanicals the cocktail menu is another reason why the Gate is bringing innovation and celebration to Central London food scene.

Just hiding off of the shopping hub of Oxford Street, in a small Marylebone suburb, the Gate is a fantastic place to put down your bags and relax for that mid-shop meal. Natural light fills the restaurants minimalistic, tranquil dining space. The gate offers both a healthy and relaxing alternative to the high street chains that are only a walk away.

22-24 Seymour Place, London, Marylebone W1H 7NL
Nearest underground station: Marble Arch
Tel: 020 7724 6656
Email: seymourplace@thegaterestaurants.com
Website: thegaterestaurants.com/seymour-place/


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Chiltern Street Christmas Shopping 2016 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/chiltern-street-christmas-shopping-2016/ http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/lifestyle/chiltern-street-christmas-shopping-2016/#respond Mon, 21 Nov 2016 17:49:51 +0000 http://maryleboneonline.co.uk/?p=3595 Christmas calendar favourite, the Chiltern Street Shopping event, is returning to Marylebone for one night only on Wednesday 23rd of November. The shops lining Chiltern Street will extend their opening hours till 9pm and will host a variety of promotions and special offers – think of it as black Friday but without the crowds, without [...]

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Christmas calendar favourite, the Chiltern Street Shopping event, is returning to Marylebone for one night only on Wednesday 23rd of November.

The shops lining Chiltern Street will extend their opening hours till 9pm and will host a variety of promotions and special offers – think of it as black Friday but without the crowds, without the madness and without the queues. Instead, the shops will offer complimentary Christmas food and drink, live music will be played and a whole host of promotions will be on offer. The perfect way to start your Christmas. The event starts at 5pm and will last until the stores close at 9pm.

Live music will be played along the street by various talented acts such as; the saxophonist Tyler Rix, jazz band the Futuristic Gramophone and a 9-piece gospel choir.

Keep an eye out for the Chiltern Firehouse who will be handing shoppers exclusive festive sweet and savoury treats along their terrace, the architect for these dishes is renowned executive chef Nuno Mendes. As well as free food, free Whiskey taster sessions will also be on offer at Chiltern Street favourite Cadenhead’s. Helping warm the cockles of your heart on the ever colder winter evenings, or if spirits don’t do it for you, the Monocle Café will also be offering mulled wine to shoppers.

Loved Chiltern Street brands will be hosting a myriad of free, yes free, customisation experiences. Brands participating include; trendy resort label PRISM, British underwear brand Hamilton and Hare, and independent jewellers Cox +Power. Shoppers can also try their hand at crafting their own Christmas decoration at Appointment Only Design, where a free wreath-making workshop will be taking place. Also a whole host of other brands that call Chiltern Street home such as; Sunspel, Long Tall Sally and Grey Flannel will be putting on promotions and offers to help customers save that little extra over the expensive festive period.

But if you just can’t wait until the 23rd of November there is a way you can get involved now! There is a competition on the Chiltern Street Facebook page, where you can have the chance to win a hamper that is worth over £800.


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