The Orrery Epicerie serves breakfasts, light lunches and simple suppers in an intimate and informal setting looking out onto the high street.
As well as its café, the Epicerie boasts a delicatessen, selling freshly baked bread and pastries, charcuterie, cheese and pates, as well as French specialities such as cassoulet, confit de canard and pot au feu. If you are looking to create a special picnic or a gift for a friend, the Epicerie also provides hampers
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55 - 57 Marylebone High StreetLondonW1U 5HS
- +44 (0)20 7616 8036
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- Baker Street, Underground
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A very pleasant lunch + managed to pick up a few groceries!
I was meandering around the area, in search of something non-chain-like for a quick lunch. I ran smack into Orrery Epicerie, and am very glad I did.
Tip: look to the right when you are standing in front of the case, they have all the made-to-order selections there. I didn't realize and just picked something from the case.
Damn it. I knew I should have aborted when I inquired whether or not they had any takeaway sandwiches and was directed to a small basket which contained a grand total of three sandwiches, each of a different variety.
I figured I'd gone out of my way to check out Orrery Epicerie, so I might as well grab a sandwich to go, but my gaze kept straying longingly to the glass case containing a...more
Popped in for Sunday lunch, after the adjacent 'Cabbages and Frocks' Saturday market and chose 4 salads from the large selection for about 7 pounds a plate, absolutely fabulous, fresh & varied food, followed by a cappucino made in heaven. Wish I lived closer I'd make it a weekly event.more
I found myself here one wintery afternoon and popped in for a large bowl of butternut soup with crusty french bread and butter. The soup was thick and slightly peppery - perfect comfort food.
This is the deli that it part of the main restaurant which is part of the Conran chain. It felt a bit more Carluccios to me with similar type of croissants and cakes on display. The lunch menu is a...more