108 Brasserie is a stylish space offering diners a carefully crafted menu of modern British dishes.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week, the dining room serves simple seasonal dishes from locally sourced ingredients, as well as grilled meats and fish. Alternatively, eat at the bar where a selection of small plates are available.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (USD33.31) per diner|
£26 to £40
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108 Marylebone LaneMaryleboneLondonW1U 2QE
Could be great but missed the level of quality it should be. Portion sizes were fairly small given the price. The service was the main negative; slow and disorganized. Asked if the special of the day was white or green asparagus, told white, out came some thin small green ones. Iberico pork as main, 3 small pieces, all cold. The restaurant could have been better with some easy fixes but was...more
If you don't try anything else- try the crispy pig cheeks.
One of the best meals I've had in a long time. Service and the food experience were top notch.
In the bar, I had the French martini. The presentation is beautiful and the drink is light and worthy of seconds or thirds.
Crispy Pork Cheeks
Definitely make a reservation as...more
It's basic fancy but everything is great. The staff are particularly good. Very professional and nice on the human level. I highly recommend this place in the context of what it is. 5 stars for delivering on its promise.more
Food isn't incredible; had a burger my most recent visit which looked 'the bizness' but was actually dry. Chips were crispy but had a bit of a coating thing going on so very close to but not quite 'the bizness'. Previous visit had the fish and chips which were again good, but not quite the mother-f'ing 'bizness.'
The room is very nice, I dare say bordering on 'the bizness' and the service is...more
108 Brasserie, Marylebone - Chef Russell Ford's famous Guiness brown bread £2.50 is moist, dense and has a slight sweetness, feels more like a cake. If you like your artisan bread, I'd highly recommend it. I was tempted to order it as a dessert. In ordinary words it is essentially bread and butter but this is in every way unimaginably good.
June's dish of the month is a poached line caught...more