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Warm intimate restaurant away from busy Oxford Street.
The menu features main dishes such as Grilled bison fillet with asparagus, lentils and game jus, Gratinated langoustine tails with crab claws on saffron tarragon cream sauce and Seared poppy seed honey tuna loin with plum oyster sauce.
Orrery restaurant seats 100 guests in an elegant dining room on the first floor of a converted stable block, overlooking Marylebone Church Gardens. After years of neglect, the original Burtons Stable Building was renovated in 1997 to provide space for one of the most elegant restaurants in London: a long, slim room with banquette seats flanking one wall, and a lovely view through large arched windows opposite. Menu favourites include foie gras, pied de cochon, veal sweetbreads and Pyrenean milk-fed lamb. The cheese trolley showcases fabulous cheeses sourced from small independent producers in France, and is a reason alone to visit.
La Porte des Indes is Indian cuisine on a grand scale, from the nine-metre waterfall cascading through the restaurant to the eight chefs in the kitchen. The food is just as spectacular, borrowing flavours from the former French colonies to add to its array of traditional dishes. Its central London location should mean you can spare some time for a visit to the Jungle Bar, where patrons are encouraged to throw peanut shells on the floor.
Recognised with two prestigious Michelin stars, Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley is an elegant Knightsbridge restaurant, serving Marcus Wareing's signature fine European cuisine. Set within the renowned Berkeley Hotel - a short walk from Hyde Park Corner underground station, this stylish dining room is the perfect setting for enjoying Marcus Wareing's modern take on seasonal European dining. With a warm claret decor and natural light, it is an ideal destination during the day for a relaxing lunch with friends or an extended business meeting. In the evening, the restaurant becomes a sophisticated yet intimate setting for dinner, with the rich velvet walls set off by white floral displays and glittering crystal lights. Touches such as the beautiful bonbon trolley also add to the feeling of occasion.
Immediately one of London's most glamorous hotspots, Aura boasts a cocktail bar, restaurant and club all under one roof. Founded by a wealth of creative talent, Aura features stunning contemporary flair throughout - from the intimately-lit cocktail bar, to the chic restaurant, where the talented chefs creative stunning European and Pan-Asian fusions, presented with unsurpassed finesse. The club offers an unforgettable evening experience, with its stunning d
Boisdale of Belgravia, London's best-loved shrine to all things Scottish, is located next to Eton Square, a short stroll from Victoria Station. The Restaurant serves the greatest 36-day dry-aged Aberdeenshire beef in London and in the Macdonald Bar you will find one of the world's finest selections of malt whiskies and Cuban cigars. Every night live world-class classic jazz and blues are performed at Boisdale. Adjoining the restaurant is the Courtyard Garden with a retractable roof for al fresco dining in summer and the Back Bar serving a good selection of draft ales. The Cigar Terrace is completely covered and on the first floor roof with sofas, armchairs, and cushions as well as overhead heaters and tartan rugs for the winter. The Jacobite Room is a richly paneled room ideal for private lunches and dinners and has plasma screen and conference call facilities.