Villandry orginally opened its doors 20 years ago on Marylebone High Street, a ramshackle shop full of wonderful smells and goodies. Bursting at the seams we relocated to larger premises in Great Portland Street in 1997.
With a foodstore, bakery, restaurant and bar, Villandry has grown to become culinary institution celebrated for its gourmet heritage.
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Venue Details & Map
170 Great Portland StreetLondonW1W 5QB
- Public transport:
- From Oxford Street tube stattion head towards Tottenham Court Road passing Topshop on your left. Turn left after Topshop into Great Portland Street and walk north up Great Portland street until you reach Villandry on your right hand side.
- By Road:
- From Great Portland Street Station haed south dwon Great Portland street and Villandry is based onyour left hand side.
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Event Facilities
- Event facilities
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
Went in a group of twelve for a boozy birthday brunch.
Food was overall good. I had the Sunday roast, which came in very healthy portions and was solid. The pastries both before and after the meal were great too. Last but not least, they were generous with the proseccos, topping up our glasses promptly as we drank.
Ambience was also very good. We had a table in the restaurant area, and it...more
It's a really nice Sunday to be inside, this place offers the option to sit outside (has shades), which is really nice and pleasant for a good sunny weather.
Great place for a brunch person like myself, they have a good selection of sandwiches. I was slightly disappointed with my bacon and eggs on toast. Was going to order the sandwich but thought it would have come in tiny triangular bite...more
Wandered into the cafe area of Villandry today. With my wallet bursting at the seams, waiting to shell out for a coffee and something to eat .. My problem? The music, far, far too loud. Luckily Starbucks across the road had a better atmosphere.
The unique selling point of a place like this is that it's relaxing. Whilst some of the staff may prefer to work in a Friday night at Mahiki...more
Popped in here for a quick breakfast with friends and while it's nothing spectacular, it definitely gets the job done. I had the avocado and bean toast, and for 7.50 quid I got exactly that. Presentation was...non-existent but I enjoyed it and the coffee there was also very fresh.
Right now if you go and download the app "Cake" for the first time you get 10 quid of credit to apply to your...more
London Wine Week: Villandry, St James's Street - If you have not heard, it is London Wine Week from 18th May - 24th May. To participate in the wining and dining scene with London Wine Week (LWW), buy a wristband for GBP 10.00 and you will get a free London bar guide, GBP 5.00 wine taste flights in participating wine bars, bespoke discounts in restaurants which include a small dish paired with...more