Feast On The Quarter’s Culinary Delights At Marylebone Food Festival
11 April 2022
With two weeks to go until the return of Marylebone Food Festival, we’ve rounded up the delights on offer in the Quarter, from a special culinary evening with Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill’s Head Chef to Nobu Hotel London Portman Square’s exclusive menu.
As well as sampling their culinary delights, Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill are offering the chance to dine in their Churchill-inspired Library room on Friday 29 April for a one-off special event. Led by Head Chef Gianluca Augello, guests can expect good food, great conversations and bubbles for £60pp. The ideal event for food enthusiasts! Book here.
Nobu Bar on Portman Square is presenting an exclusive menu throughout the Festival: a signature cocktail, accompanied by three Nobu dishes for £40pp. Book here.
The Grazing Goat on New Quebec Street are hosting an exclusive experience on their terrace. Book a table via Marylebone Food Festival to experience premium oysters and English sparkling wine from Wednesday 27 April to Saturday 30 April, any time between 12.00 and 17.00. Book here.
Come along to a spring wine tasting at Philglas & Swiggot on New Quebec Street to try some exceptional fine wines and artisan nibbles on Thursday 28 April. Their tequila masterclass has already sold out, so snap up tickets for this one while they’re still available! Book here.
Indulge in Roti Chai’s Bellini and Butter Chicken menu, three courses and a choice of Bellini on arrival for £35pp, available from Thursday 28 April to Saturday 30 April. Book here.
Trishna on Blandford Street invites you to enjoy an evening with their Michelin-starred Indian cuisine, with a special 5-course menu at £55pp from Tuesday 26 April to Sunday 1 May. Book here.
Experience a journey through the most famous Punjabi dishes at Zayna on New Quebec Street, who are putting on an exclusive 3-course menu for the Festival for £30pp, including a Saffron Martini or Kiwi Daiquiri. Available from Tuesday 26 April to Sunday 1 May. Book here.
Marylebone Food Festival was created by The Portman Estate and The Howard de Walden Estate, and is supported by the area’s Business Improvement Districts; Baker Street Quarter Partnership and our neighbours Marble Arch London and Harley Street Area Partnership.