Best Restaurants In Marylebone | The Montagu Kitchen

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I had never heard of this place, until I realised I had some Hyatt points due to expire soon, and started searching for restaurants at Hyatt hotels (of which there are not many in London). We ended up visiting for dinner on a Sunday evening. The restaurant section was pretty much empty throughout the meal, although the adjacent bar/snack area was much busier. The décor was nice, with soft undertones, giving the place a cosy feel. I liked the menu structure, split into distinct snacks, veg, seafood and meat sections with the recommendation to pick a couple of items from each section. The two of us ordered the bread, bubble & squeak, potato croquettes, artichoke, seafood scotch egg, lemon sole, scallops, baby chicken and the lamb. It sounds like a lot of food, and it was, but the portion sizes are quite small and we did finish it all. We also both tried the chocolate hazelnut dessert. The food was excellent! Many different items, but all of them were really well done and professionally presented. It was hard to pick any faults. We had our two young kids with us, and even the stuff we ordered from the kids menu was very good. They do a really nice Old Fashioned as well. Service was friendly but a bit slow. Our server was also attending to tables at the adjacent bar area. He seemed to be thinly spread and it was difficult to get his attention. That said, the food was delivered at a reasonable pace, especially considering each ‘section’ of the menu was served individually, effectively making it a 5 course meal. The bill (before deducting Hyatt points) came to £285, of which £85 was spent on drinks. This felt a bit excessive, definitely ‘hotel prices’, even though this was not a particularly posh hotel. Although I can’t knock the food, I would have expected far more attentive service, and a more refined atmosphere as well at this price point. Overall, this was a surprisingly good meal. We came in with average expectations, just trying to use up some points, but ended up enjoying some excellent, Michelin star quality food. Shame about the service and pricing, but I would still consider a second visit.

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Anam Khawar a month ago
2

Nice place and lovely staff but just about average food and service. Asked for the kids menu and we never received. Had to ask twice for other things, didn't have any juices available for brunch time, food was average and incredibly expensive for what it was. In summary nothing about this place differentiated it here from other places. Not worth eating here... for brunch anyway.

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Eleanor Best 2 months ago
5

Lovely atmosphere, attentive staff, wonderful food, very good facilities and venue

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Mohannad Almisbah 2 months ago
5

A sophisticated place, dishes are delicious and the service is distinctive.

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Carrie-Ann Goodfellow 3 months ago
5

Had the most amazing meal here on October 12. Service was exemplary as was the food. Highly recommended!

Highlights

  • Alcohol
  • Children’s menus
  • Food to share
  • Gluten free Menu
  • Interactive kitchen
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Open Now
    Average price for 2 • ‎£ 60
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Selfridges,Hyde Park

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