Marylebone is every foodie’s dream – providing he or she has the means. The neighbourhood is jam-packed with tasty pricey gems.

If you can’t seem to get a booking at Chiltern Firehouse before 2026, we suggest that you skip it altogether and try these mind-blowing dishes instead.

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Almond Croissant baked by The Little Bread Pedlar sold at The Workshop Coffee
1 Barrett Street,
London W1U 1DN
020 7251 6501

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What better way to start the day than by taking a bite into the perfect croissant? This mouth-watering pastry includes tones of creamy butter and sweet almonds –and is like nothing you’ve ever tried before.

The Little Pedlar is a baker that sells in different coffee shops around town. Check out their blog to find your nearest one!


Sausage roll at The Ginger Pig (£4)
8-10 Moxon Street,
London W1U 4EW
020 7935 7788

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This local butcher sells delicious meaty pastries but we recommend the generous sausage rolls, which are to die for. They also organise butchering classes!


Truffled Brie at La Fromagerie
2-6 Moxon Street,
London W1U 4EW
020 7935 0341

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This decadent Brie de Meaux is filled with crème fraîche, mascarpone, and chopped black truffles. Made-in-house every weekend by their cheesemongers, it is divine when paired with champagne. It’s ideal for dinner parties, but we recommend you just eat it in their beautiful shop #ImpatientEaters.


Smoked Salmon Koulouri at Opso (£4.5)
10 Paddington Street,
London W1U 5QL
020 7487 5088


Opso is not your average Greek restaurant. It serves contemporary dishes and will definitely teach you a few new things about Greek food. We had never heard of a Koulouri before and we don’t regret having ordered it, as this version of a salmon bagel is way better. #NoOffenseNYC


Tuna tar-tar gunkan style sushi/sashimi with poached quail egg and spicy miso at Dinings (£4.45/piece)
22 Harcourt Street,
London W1H 4HH
020 7723 0666


While this spot may be painfully expensive, it’s definitely worth the torturous bill. Since we don’t expect to go bankrupt just yet, we haven’t tried the whole menu. What we do recommend though is the spicy tuna sushi roll with its bursting delicate poached egg. We also recommended it in our 9 Must-Try Dishes in London article, as it’s truly divine.


Corn Bread at The Lockhart (£6)
22-24 Seymour Place,
London W1H 7NL
020 3011 5400

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If you’re looking for Southern US food, The Lockhart is the real deal.  But please, whatever you do, don’t miss out on their Corn Bread – it’s the best we’ve ever had and we’ve been on a food marathon throughout New Orleans (true story).

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