Situated at the heart of the soaring eight-story glass roof atrium amongst picturesque surroundings, the Winter Garden at The Landmark London proudly offers a memorable dining experience. Open throughout the day for Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Dinner, the friendly and professional team are delighted to serve and assist you.
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The Winter Garden
The Landmark Hotel
222 Marylebone RoadLondonNW1 6JQ
The Winter Garden restaurant in The Landmark Hotel is located at the centre of the hotel. The architecture with a glass roof and palm trees creates a holiday atmosphere, even on a rainy day. Live music and impressive food make this place even more enjoyable.
Since I went to a Decanter wine tasting event at The Landmark Hotel in Marylebone, I had the plan to visit their The Winter Garden...more
Infinity Brunch Club Outing #6: Landmark Hotel.
What better way to spend your 39th/"40th" (thanks Vanessa) birthday, but with an outing with the Infinity Brunch Club. Since it was my birthday, I opted to go all out and do it in style at The Landmark Hotel/Winter Garden. It's unclear if it's actually part of the Winter Garden as it's on the balcony above, but it's listed on the website for the...more
Lovely atrium in this iconic 5 star hotel. Was here for a weekday breakfast. It is about 30pp and it has all the classic 5 star breakfast- continental breakfast buffet, fresh juices. And hot breakfast dish of your choice. Think it is very very reasonably priced for what you get.
I tried crab cake breakfast for my choice - not sure if it is a great breakfast dish but crab cake was extremely...more
The Winter Garden is located in the heart of The Landmark Hotel under a pretty magnificent glass atrium. We had afternoon tea on our second to last day in London. It was expensive at 40 pounds, but most top hotels are comparable. The service was a bit uneven. Our waitress disappeared a couple of times, and when we were done she couldn't be found. Still, the quality of the tea, sandwiches,...more
This restaurant is located in the glass atrium in the Landmark Hotel and is worth a visit even if you're not staying at the property. The cuisine is what I would describe as contemporary British, and the kitchen takes good advantage of seasonal produce.
They have an excellent 3-course Sunday lunch priced at £35, and the entree options include a traditional Sunday roast served with roasted...more