108 Marylebone Lane, London, W1U 2QE 0203 463 6981
- Main course: £16
- Food spend: £27
- Opening hours
- Monday to Saturday: 07:00 - 00:00 Sunday: 07:00 - 23:00
Excellent service. Lovely food
27 May 2017
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 Marylebone Lane, London, W1U 2QE
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Customer reviews for 108 Brasserie
((((( 27 May 2017 by Judith Dawson from London
Excellent service. Lovely food
((((* 26 May 2017 by Goldf1nger from London
A great lunch venue at the heart of Marylebone particularly if you can get an outside table on a sunny day
((((* 26 May 2017 by Stuart Blayney from Thame
Great service and lovely food - the restaurant staff were very professional, friendly and attentive. We had a delayed party and they were very accommodating.
The brasserie was very busy on the bar side (7pm on a Thursday), so much so we couldn't be seated anywhere for pre-dinner drinks and no choice but to go to another establishment.
((((* 23 May 2017 by Avis Jones from Parliament Square
My friend and I were attending a talk by Dominic Grey in the Marylebone Hotel yesterday the 22nd May 2017. The talk was due to finish around 8.30pm which would have been for to late for us to eat as we had a long way to travel homel. 108 Brasserie popped up when I was looking for places in the area for earlier dining. The reviews were very good so I decided thought the Brasserie was worthy of a visit. From the moment we entered the door, all staff were very welcoming and friendly and immediately made we feel that we had chosen the right place. This wonderful treatments carried on in the dining area, coupled the food which was second to none, the Pig's Cheeks were tender and meaty as was the lambs chops.
The only down side was that we requested tap water which we received but in having a second look at the bill once we had left was annoyed to find that I was charged £4.75 for One large Still Water which we neither requested or received. I will check my bill more carefully should I return.
I would, however, still recommend and visit 108 Brasserie again.
((((* 16 May 2017 by Yoshimi Moriuchi from London
Good food, good service and fair price.
I enjoyed the Chelsea Flower Show themed afternoon tea.
Sandwiches, scones and pastries were all delicious and pretty.
However tea, I ordered green tea, was not so good. It was not hot enough and not so tasty.
((((( 16 May 2017 by Kathy from Oxford
Fantastic afternoon tea, really good service and especially lovely that they took note it was my dad's birthday and added an extra special touch. Would definitely return.
(**** 15 May 2017 by Peter Ireland from London
We had a good experience at this restaurant when we last visited London which was why we returned, but not this time. Our conclusion was that this place now is more focussed on being a bar and that the restaurant acted more like a fast food restaurant. Our booking was for 7.00 pm and we were seated promptly. We ordered bread, starters and mains within 5 minutes of being seated as the staff seemed very pushy on getting an order in even though we told them we were not in a hurry. The breads arrived immediately, the starters arrived within 5 minutes of putting the order in and the mains arrived as soon as they cleared our plates from the starters. So within 20 minutes of sitting down at the table we had 3 courses pushed in front of us. Food was only okay. So we were out of the restaurant by 7.45 pm after paying a bill of stg168 including drinks. Worst experience we have ever had in a more upmarket restaurant in 40 years of work and travel. Never again.
((((* 8 May 2017 by Consuelo from Edinburgh
Excellent service. Very good food.
((((( 8 May 2017 by Lucy Nheta from London
Absolutely the best afternoon tea in London. They hosted my friends' Bridal Tea Party & the service was outstanding!! Polite & friendly staff. Great aesthetics, atmosphere & location! Simply amazing !
((((( 7 May 2017 by Suzanne Fairman from London
Fabulous service, fabulous food, fabulous location, fabulous experience!
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