Located in Marylebone Station, Sports Bar and Grill shows all the sporting action on 52in HD screens. The venue serves fabulous food from an open kitchen, and you can reserve a table to watch sport while you dine. Why not pop in on your way to a match at Wembley Stadium or Lord's? You'll also find Sports Bar and Grill branches in Victoria and Farringdon.
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Sports Bar & Grill Marylebone
Melcombe PlaceRegent's ParkLondonNW1 6JR
I'm sorry I didn't realize a Resturant / sports pub can actually destroy an experience with a simple burger !
The place is a sports pub and has a nice selection of beer , they are nice and cold .
And surprisingly they also have good selection of Italian wines
I walked in & noticed not manny people were eating (that should of been a clue) .
I ordered calamari, you get less...more
Was visiting London and at the time I didn't have wifi (or access to Yelp). I walked into this place and took a chance because it was crowded and I was hungry! Calamari as appetizer - paired with a chili sauce, not bad but very small portion. I ordered a cheese burger - it tasted like a frozen meat patty with absolutely no flavor. I don't know what type of bun it was but it was nothing to rave...more
Use this place all the time as convenience. Food has gotten worse over time but still not awful. Staff are always friendly and the managers go out of their way to make sure you enjoy the experience.
The only disappointment is the food quality, chefs seem to change all the time and the meat seems to be a cheaper version of the one you'll have had a few weeks ago.more
This bar appears at first sight to be a good sports bar, in terms of the clean design and number of tvs.
However, they seem to lose sight that it's sports bar. Whenever I visit, the volume is hardly heard over the other noise. I once asked the supervisor to turn it up, and she replied that the volume is already switched on. "But we can't hear it" was followed by a reluctant response to turn...more
We here twice in one week during the World Cup. I was really skeptical of it when I went in there the first time. A pub next to a station? It just sounds sketchy but I was wrong. This place was roomy and there were lots of screens to watch the game on both the upper and lower floor. I was also surprised that getting beers at the tables or at the bar was really efficient for a busy bar.