This exclusive Marylebone venue blends brasserie style with modern American cuisine; all under the watch of acclaimed head chef Nuno Mendes from his open kitchen. Since its opening, “the Firehouse” has attracted a host of A-listers due to the prestige of owner André Balazs, who also runs New York's The Mercer Hotel and Chateau Marmont in Hollywood.
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1 Chiltern StreetMaryleboneLondonW1U 7PA
- +44 (0)20 7073 7676
I can't say enough amazing things about this place. The food was great and creative, the drinks were tasty, the staff were so charming and helpful and checked on us often, including the manager Sam (promote that man. He's a gem) and we felt like superstars! (Even though we're clearly not).
I was so pleased because I went through a bit to contact and book this place from the states a month...more
I was really disappointed by this place but the food was really tasty so Im putting a 3.
The service was hazy not to the standard you would expect from such a place!
However the food was really tasty and original.
We had the seared steak salad, the pancakes, the crab doughnuts (loved those), Syrian tartare (very original with the yoghurt and pistaccio), the foie gras and the smoked...more
The hype was real, its Nuno Mendes at its best with no frills. Despite his Michelin background the ambience is relaxed and there's a open kitchen to see all the busy chefs at work. Staff are a little inattentive at times but all friendly.
The 'snacks' are a must with its famous crab doughnut, we also had the tuna devilled egg, corn bread with bacon and maple syrup butter. For mains we got a...more
Hello handsome! Gorgeous brunch in a garden setting, elegant. Each area of the Firehouse is beautifully done - from the outdoor garden, semi-alfresco tall-ceilinged bar room, to the main dining room. Enjoyed an outstanding smoked salmon eggs benedict while friends loved the fluffy pancakes with fresh blueberries and crème fraîche. There is a bit of celebrity hype around the Firehouse, but...more
We also had to rely on the AmEx Concierge to get a reservation... though this place has been popular with celebrities for years, it doesn't seem to be waning. (And we did spot a few older, obscure British tv personalities there.)
Service was great, food was fantastic, and though its not a cheap spot, I thought prices were pretty fair given the quality of the experience. (Just be careful...more