108 Bar

Marylebone Lane, London, W1U 2QU Directions

   Open today 12:00 - 23:00

Business overview

In the heart of Marylebone Village, flooded with natural daylight and an exceptionally warm welcome, 108 Marylebone Lane offers a flexible menu which captures the essence of all day dining. Featuring classic dishes carefully prepared using the finest locally sourced ingredients and a thoughtful list of fine wines, spirits and cocktails, 108 offers a relaxed and informal atmosphere, a perfect setting for intimate gatherings or larger celebrations. By day, enjoy a leisurely breakfast, a tasty seasonal plate from our market menu or a slice of cake hand-crafted by our patissièr. The change from the work day to evening is subtly marked with candlelight when the restaurant and bar welcome the locals to enjoy the kitchen's seasonal delights. Every Thursday and Friday, DJ Paul Leslie, sets the mood with a cool mix whilst the team at the bar create a variety of fun cocktails. Neatly nestled in The Marylebone Hotel, an urban retreat, 108 Marylebone Lane offers a fresh approach to all day dining, from afternoon tea to cocktails, via lunch and dinner.

Products & Services

Average three-course meal price: £29

Average main-course price: £16

British cuisine

Additional cuisines: International

Style: Brasserie & Fine Dining

Reviews

At last, a late night bar in the area

3
An update on my previous review (below). The place remains very unpredictable: some nights packed with a great crowd, other nights dead. But as mentioned below, the bar stays open till 1 or 2 am. The trick is to walk around the block and enter through the hotel. The place is often open, even though it looks closed from outside. They've lost some of their friendlier staff, but the food menu is decent (sourced locally in Marylebone) and the room pleasant.

* * *

This place is newish and has been trying to drum up business by offering 2-for-1 dinner specials. The decor makes it feel a bit clubbish but it's not crowded (at least for the moment) and well lit. Think of it as a quiet, elegant spot. I've only ever tried one bit of food here - the grilled cheese - and it was more than fine. But best till last: though the restaurant closes at 11 the bar stays open till 2 am. At last a civilized refuge after all restaurants in the area have kicked you out.
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