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108 Brasserie

108 Marylebone Lane, London, W1U 2QE 0203 463 6981

(((() Modern British
Average
Main course: £16
Food spend: £27
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 07:00 - 00:00
Sunday: 07:00 - 23:00

Absolutely fantastic! I have never had such a wide array of deliciuos dairy free alternatives! And the children were amazed.

Kristin 21 April 2017
from Falun, Sweden

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In the boutique Marylebone Hotel, 108 Brasserie offers hearty yet cosmopolitan British brasserie cuisine. Housing a chic bar as well as a sophisticated dining room, 108 adds a modern twist to traditional style.

Centred around the Josper grill, the 108 Brasserie menu is British-led and evolves with the seasons. Packed with fresh food that’s foraged and sourced from across the UK, rich main dishes include roast Yorkshire Moor pheasant with bread sauce and game chips, and seared Aberdeen Angus sirloin with watercress and horseradish. From the grill try whole lemon sole, tiger prawns in garlic and parsley butter, or Suffolk free-range pork chop with cider glaze.

Evening meals are enjoyed under atmospheric candlelight, while the bar team at the 108 Marylebone bar offer a list of fine wines and spirits, and create a variety of cocktails. Designed by Alexander Waterworth Interiors, the décor blends traditional and modern features effortlessly, with rich red leather and burnt orange mohair upholstery, a dark stained oak bar and antique mirrors.

Drawing in a savvy clientele, 108 in London offers classic flavours in a smart, contemporary setting. Bond Street Tube Station is a 6-minute walk away.

108 Brasserie

108 Marylebone Lane, London, W1U 2QE

Contact +44 2079693900
Reservations 0203 463 6981
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Customer reviews for 108 Brasserie

4.3 (((() (based on 317 reviews)
89% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • afternoon tea (185)
  • dinner (107)
  • lunch (102)
  • luxury (73)
  • romantic (67)
  • trendy (66)
  • business (60)
  • private dining (46)
  • value (39)
  • breakfast (35)
  • large parties (30)
  • child friendly (24)
  • entertainment (17)
  • al fresco (8)
  • views (7)
  • ((((* 22 April 2017 by Florence De winter from brussels

    Great dinner but lot of noise

  • ((((( 21 April 2017 by Kristin from Falun, Sweden

    Absolutely fantastic! I have never had such a wide array of deliciuos dairy free alternatives! And the children were amazed.

  • ((((* 21 April 2017 by Vicky from London

    Fantastic value for beautiful food as part of the Early Bird menu (order before 7pm) - two courses and a glass of very nice house wine for £22 per person. Spirits are pricey though! Beautiful decor - only criticism is the noise, the acoustics and the size of the place makes it so loud, so for anyone hard of hearing who wants a quiet conversation over dinner, I'd suggest putting in a special request to sit back from the main buzz. Service mostly brilliant. We'd all go back.

  • ((((( 20 April 2017 by Diveesha Shahani from London

    Had the vegan high tea which was lovely. Staff were super accommodating and ambience and atmosphere/decor is so great. Proper london tea with a twist.
    Good: vegan cakes
    Not great: boring sandwiches - simply bread, avocado and hummus. I saw loads of nice rye breads and they have a connection with a superfood company called Juicery so coulda been more innovative like RAW at la suite west with tofu and tempeh.

    Price is okay; if you break it down £36 for a cup of tea, a cake (broken into lots of bite size pieces!) and a sandwich (also cut up) it's not value for money but lovely nonetheless.

  • (((** 20 April 2017 by David Myers from London

    I ordered the smoked salmon & eggs and specifically asked the waitress to tell the chef to keep the egg separated from the salmon so the eggs don't "cook" the salmon. She understood because she asked me if I wanted the eggs on a separate plate. I said no. Guess what, the plate came with the eggs on top of the salmon!
    There are too many foreign waitresses in this restaurant and communication is clearly not great. Question also has to be, are these girls trained properly. Why didn't the manager come to the table and apologise?

  • ((*** 17 April 2017 by Zana from London

    Been to Brasserie for dinner before and hence booked afternoon tea at the Pantry. Food was disappointing and savory items were especially bland.

  • ((((( 17 April 2017 by Yehudit Pintow from London

    prfect

  • ((((* 10 April 2017 by Laura Turner Laing from London

    Great service, lovely venue, good food and thoroughly enjoyable lunch. Saturday lunch a la carte menu a little on the short side but otherwise no complaints (and there are also brunch options)

  • ((((( 9 April 2017 by Caroline Jordan from London

    Beautiful afternoon tea, lovely decor and very helpful staff

  • ((((* 8 April 2017 by Asif Ahmed from London

    Good. But wheelchair lift stopped working once I was up on Pantry. But staff were helpful.

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