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450 Edgware Road, London, EN, GB, W2 1EG

  • Phone: (44) 20 77243569
  • Fax: (44) 20 77237879
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3.6 out of 5 (11 reviews)
64% of guests recommend this hotel

Bars & Cafes

»The Perseverance

The Perseverance is a gastro-pub that serves up a myriad mix of cuisines, in the form of dishes such as monk-fish liver, fillet mackerel and venison wellington, along with hearty desserts such as chocolate pecan torte. The restaurant also has a good collection of wines and ales that go well with the food. They have a few outdoor tables too, that are ideal for some people watching, as you enjoy your food. 

11 Shroton Street
London, NW1 6UG

»Pearl Liang

Truly a pearl in the enticing chain of London restaurants, Pearl Liang presents authentic Chinese specialties in a sophisticated setting. Try the Paper Wrapped Roasted Pork Ribs with Lemon Grass & Chili, or the pan-fried Shanghai dumplings. A full dim sum menu is available as well. To host a party or meeting, you can choose from three dining rooms along with a set banquet menu that guarantee a successful event. Pearl Liang has an intimate and bewitching decor, making it a great place for a romantic dinner. For reservations and more details, please check the website.

8 Sheldon Square
London, W2 6EZ

»Rob Roy

The Rob Roy is a very Scottish pub and it is the London home of supporters of the Aberdeen Football Club, of which there are over 200. It is a pleasant pub with lots of Scottish memorabilia, although it can obviously get very busy when there is an important football match on, especially anything involving Aberdeen or Scotland. Much of the food and drink is Scottish based, and the prices are reasonable. There are games machines, fruit machines and, of course, a big screen to watch the football on. Outside on the pavement, there are seven tables for use in better weather.

8 Sale Place
London, W2 1PH

»Sports Bar & Grill

Wth 16 HD TV screens for viewing football matches, the Sports Bar & Grill Marylebone offers an overwhelming experience for sports buffs to catch their favorite game. If watching the match leads one into a playful mood, there are five pool tables provided to exercise those moves. Also the location is on the way to both Wembley and Lord's making it a convenient meeting place for sports lovers. There is a range of beer and wine on the menu. The place can also be booked for private events seating 60-100 people easily.

Melcombe Place
London, NW1 6JJ

»The E Bar

Located in one of London's most picturesque and peaceful neighborhoods, this trendy bar is a great blend of good drinks and unique dining. The bar offers a range of signature cocktails, wines and liquors. The food specialty is 'Spanish tapas', which is prepared under the expert supervision of Chef Barry Tonks, a well-established name in the culinary field. You can settle down in the tastefully done-up main area, where the dim mood-enhancing lighting is perfect for an intimate  rendezvous. The private dining room and terrace can be hired for larger groups and occasions.

2 Warrington Crescent
London, W9 1ER

»Amoul

Disillusioned with poor imitations of so-called ‘home cooking’ in the capital, Lebanese lady Amoul set out to fill a gap for Londoners wanting nourishing, tasty food made with simple, top-quality ingredients. The result is this family-run café and deli that attracts locals with its village atmosphere and inventive dishes drawing on Lebanese and English cultures. Amoul cooks everything that’s served herself, from green of the table Tabouleh, Kibbeh and Brides (flatbread sandwiches) to homemade icecream flavored with mastic (similar to licorice), freshly made lemonade, croissants and cookies still warm from the oven. There’s a strong focus on sustainable business practices, including humane working hours, local sourcing and traditional ways of cooking—a fact that’s evident in both the food and the friendly service.

14 Formosa Street
London, W9 1EE

»The Winter Garden

The afternoon tea at The Winter Garden has won awards and accolades. All the limelight can be devoured by Gary Klaner and his team of chefs. Mediterranean cuisine is served up with delicacies like Grilled Half Lobster with Brown Crab Toast or The Gloucester Old Spot Pork Belly. The ingredients match well with the ambience.  Yes, it is dreamy and fresh in here. So, if amour is blooming in your life, invite your partner to The Landmark Hotel. No tax on the love quotient right?

222 Marylebone Road
London, NW1 6JQ

»TwoTwentyTwo

The TwoTwentyTwo bar, situated in The Landmark London, is open to hotel guests and also to the public. The interior does not have the splendor of the hotel's main entrance and is, on first sight, a slight disappointment, but the dimly-lit room creates a very soothing atmosphere and makes the basement bar appear more romantic. The clientèle are mainly hotel guests and businessmen who come for a quiet drink before catching their train home from the nearby mainline and underground stations. A menu of traditional English fare is also available.   

222 Marylebone Road
London, NW1 6JQ

»The Temperance

This traditional British Pub and dining room, located in central London, serves up traditional English pub grub along with ales, lagers, and wines. It may not be a glitzy and glamorous 5 star restaurant, but this little pub has a lot of soul. The atmosphere is casual and friendly, and the food is hearty and decadent. Why not sip on one of your favorite ales while enjoying a mouthwatering portion of venison bangers and Mash or smoked mackerel pate. The food is simple and traditional, and everything is made from seasonal products. It's the perfect spot to meet your mates after a long day of work. The prices are affordable and the attire is extremely causal - what more could you ask for?

74-76 York Street
London, W1H 1DP

»The Potting Shed

Lots of terracotta pots adorn the interiors of this restaurant and hence the name Potting Shed. The seagrass matted floor is in complete contrast to the earthy tone of this shed. A quiet lunch can be relished with the contemporary European cuisine served up. Seared Salmon on a White Bean Cassoulet is highly recommended to flatter your palate. The Pot Roast Chicken with Crushed Parsnips is the traditional favorite.

39 Dorset Square
London, NW1 6QN

»Raw Deal

Raw Deal has been here for about three decades. The staff are welcoming and the food is simple and scrumptious, winning it a faithful crowd. It is located in a quiet back street near Madame Tussaud's. It provides an excellent selection of salads - which you can take away if you find yourself unable to finish the generous portions. Desserts are all home-made and vegans are catered for. Beer and house wine are sold too.

65 York Street
London, W1H 1PQ

»The Windsor Castle

The Windsor Castle is a beautiful pub housed within a Gregorian styled building. Architect John Nash, famous for redeveloping Regent's Park, built this place in the early 1800s. Belonging to the Crown Estate, the Royal Family hold title over this pub. As magnificent as the building looks on the outside, the interiors will marvel you with its cozy yet elegant decor. You can also host your formal or personal event at the 3 areas let out on rent here; The First Floor lounge, The Board Room or The Mezzanine. Drop in at this pub on a cold winter night and enjoy your food and drink by the warm fireplace.

98 Park Road
London, NW1 4SH
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