Set in the heart of Marylebone, 108 Brasserie offers a truly local all-day dining experience. The new 108 Brasserie, just off Marylebone High Street at the top of Marylebone Lane, will house two distinctive areas; the bar, a chic drinking and dining area and the brasserie’s dining space, where its modern British dishes take centre stage.
108 Brasserie represents local dining at its best; hearty, uncomplicated food made from the highest quality ingredients centred around the restaurant’s Josper grill. 108 is open all day, seven days a week, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner – great food, good wine and friendly service are the order of the day.
The menu, inspired by food that’s foraged, farmed and fished from our great isles, includes a wide selection of dishes where the emphasis is on fresh produce focusing on the seasons, balanced with its hand-picked wine list with something for everyone. The restaurant experience, from the service to the ambience make this unfussy space a local favourite.
The interiors, designed by Alexander Waterworth Interiors, reflect 108 Brasserie’s traditional style with a modern twist. Rich red leather and burnt orange mohair upholstery combined with beautiful parquet and a dark stained oak bar creates a stylish and inviting environment. The antique mirrors and nickel detailing add a depth and sophistication to the design.
Some recent press highlights include
Amol Rajan, Editor of The Independent reviews 108 Brasserie and gives us 9 / 10!
John Dunne from the Evening Standard reviews our Men’s Afternoon Tea at 108 Pantry for Father’s Day
Food for Think and London Unattached review our Chef’s Table, Table 9 at 108