Like the intricate cosmological model that lends its name, Orrery is redolent with attention to detail and elegance. Head Chef Igor Tymchyshyn, previously of Michelin-starred Mirabelle, has created seasonally changing menus of exceptional quality and full of the tastes of France. Signature dishes include: Escalope of red wine poached duck foie gras, pear riesling jelly; Pied de cochon farci, pommes mousseline Madeira and truffle; Kentish fillet of lamb, beetroot puree, gratin dauphinois, olive lamb jus; Pannacotta, orange and Champagne terrine, fennel essence.
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Venue Details & Map
55 Marylebone High StreetLondonW1U 5RB
- Public transport:
- Tube: Baker Street
- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Booking Facilities
- Group bookings accepted
- Catering Facilities
- Set price menu
- Event Facilities
- Available for wedding receptions
- Event facilities
- Licenced for civil marriages
- General Facilities
- Good views
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
This might just become our birthday ritual after Hugo's in Portland, ME, which seemed unbeatable.
Simple french cuisine done amazingly. The three course Menu Du Jour seemed never ending with additional little treats; amuse bouche, bread, and chocolate! Highlight of the dinner were confit of chicken and duck terrine, poussin, and passion fruit tart!more
My fourth time here and probably the last. Orrery seems to be reclining into the future: the food is lackadaisical and misses a spark, the service is deliberate to the point of plodding. Oh well.more
What is whong with the Michelin inspectors ?
This place is worth easilly a two star, from the amuse-bouche to the deserts, the menu was truely excellent.
Beautiful tables, crockery and cutlery set well chosen, all pleaseing to the eye.
Now if you want to be accurate, the service, although very efficient and well orchastrated, was cold and impersonal. This was a clear let down where the...more
I came here on a lunch date dining on the Evening Standard. From when we entered the restaurant to when we left the service was spectacular. There were so many different types of servers I can't even tell the difference in their roles - there were almost more servers to diners in the restaurant on this Thursday afternoon!
We had the 3 courses for £30. You'd think Orrery would 'downgrade'...more
A group of us enjoyed a spot of french cuisine here as part of the London Restaurant Festival. Some dishes were excellent, delicious and delicate the roasted cod and caramelized onion and goat's cheese tart were especially well received. Other plates were a little more mystifying, like the oddly presented and very mild salmon mousse.
However, the final course was a triumph. We agreed the...more