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
Lots of tv's, short on quality. This sports bar is purely for the purpose of watching games, don't expect the food to be anything above barely edible. The wings are cold, and although we ordered 20, they delivered 17 wings.
In addition ensure you bring your patience as the staff are not attentive and hard to flag down. Will I come back to this bar, yes, but not by choice.more
Not sure where to start ! Food is below average. It came out cold the first time, we sent it back and it came out cold the second time. The service is below average. The waitresses upstairs were miserable and were clearly not happy to be working. . The venue is supposed to be a sports bar, but they have completely missed the mark, especially with the food. Would never recommend this place to a...more
Food was absolutely horrible. Really bad. Sausages disgusting. What's worse is no one asked how our food was even though we barely ate half of it! They should have been switched on and asked, then offered a refund.
Never going back.more
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
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