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
10 January 2018
from Linköping, Sweden
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
((*** 15 January 2018 by Sian Carnegy-arbuthnott from London
poor service, order was wrong when it came. staff not paying attention, felt they were half asleep at breakfast
((((* 11 January 2018 by Denis Horton from London
Very warm welcome by attentive staff and comfortable table not too much on top of others. Acoustics not great so would advise waiters to speak up when running through specials. A couple of us had the Venison shoulder special and were a bit disappointed to find it was shredded, otherwise everyone said they'd enjoyed the food. I particularly liked the Tuna starter. Our white wine cooler was parked some way away and as our waiter was busy with a larger table we had to get up and get it ourselves.
((((( 10 January 2018 by Malin Zetterberg from Linköping, Sweden
(((** 5 January 2018 by Tina Ainley from London
The food was excellent but the service left a bit to be desores
((((( 4 January 2018 by Robert Cousins from Manchester
((*** 2 January 2018 by Sanjay Sharma from london
we had the pre theatre menu and have to say it was just ok. we all had the risotto which was very hard - used to very soft one.
definitely prefer the a la carte menu which we have eaten from many times before
ordered white wine, sauvignon, which was not chilled - had to return
((*** 29 December 2017 by Kevin Cushnie from London
My 3rd tin here. The food is exquisite but the service continually lets them down and tarnishes the experience. On this occasion our dessert order was taken but never put through so after waiting 30 minutes, we were informed that we would have to wait a further 20 if we still wanted it. No offer was made in way of compensation at a fault that was entirely of their making
((((( 29 December 2017 by Georgina from CROYDON
We had an excellent afternoon, service was perfect, food delicious and a wonderful ambiance.
(**** 28 December 2017 by Jeremy Karpel from Hampstead
The barman was surely and rude. He ignored us three times as we tried to order drinks from him. No charm and not attempt to apologise to us when we made our feelings clearly known to the bar manager.
Things did not improve over the meal. We had ask four times for olives, three times for a salt seller that actually had salt in it! When we ordered three glasses of wine, one rose and two red’s (Merlot and Rioja) only one glass of red arrived. When I asked the wine waiter which one it was he told me - ‘it’s a glass of red’! Rude cocky SOB. To top it all, my wife ordered the dish of the day - roast turkey with chestnut stuffing and cranberry sauce. The plate arrived with all the trimmings but no cranberry sauce. She asked the waiter for it who went and returned from the kitchen only to say that they had run out of it!!!!! She was livid. G-d forbid the senior chef should send somebody out to run and buy some more cranberry sauce - for goodness sake it IS Xmas.
An perfect example of amateur night. Be assured we will not be returning
((((( 27 December 2017 by Oriol Navarro from London
Amazing dishes, awesome desserts, friendly service, definitely a place to come back for sure.
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