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WHERE TO SHOP IN MARYLEBONE

Updated: Mar 7




Marylebone High Street is one of my favourite London high streets. Located between Baker Street and Oxford Street it is centrally located but just enough off the beaten path that it is not crowded with tourists. The street is full of clothing stores, restaurants, speciality shops, and one of London's best bookstores. Marylebone is one of my go-to areas to take visiting family and friends. The variety of restaurants and shops makes for a lovely day out. Just off the high street is one of my favourite museums as well. The Wallace Collections is often passed over for some of the more famous museums in London, but I would highly recommend going. It is quite small but houses a lovely collection of art, furniture, trinkets, weapons, armor, and the loveliest pink cafe. Here is the full round up of all Marylebone High Street has to offer.


Restaurants

Orrery Epicure - This little cafe is perfect for a delicious lunch or afternoon treat. The have great salads, quiche, sandwiches, and desserts.

Fishers- If you are looking to eat schnitzels and sausages with the ambiance of 1920's Vienna, then this is the place for you. The food is traditional Viennese and does not disappoint. Be sure to get a side of spätzle.

Natural Kitchen- Part deli, part restaurant, Natural Kitchen is great if you are looking for a quick pick me up. I usually stop in for a smoothie.

Pierre Marcolini- If you are looking for an Belgian alternative to the French macaroon, Pierre Marcolini has the most delicious macroons on offer. The flavours are en point and I have a good friends who even prefer the macaroons here over Laduree. If macaroons aren't your thing don't worry, there are plenty of other patisserie treats available. There is something to suit every sweet craving.

La Fromagerie- This is what cheese heaven looks like. Seriously. They have the most amazing selections of cheese and a staff full of knowledge happy to assist you find exactly what you need. They also serve breakfast and lunch.

Rococo Chocolates- Delicious chocolate in interesting flavours with the smoothest finish. In the cooler months they have the thickest hot cocoa in amazing flavours. Try their Regents Park Honey or Pumpkin truffles.

Daylesford - Cafe and organic farm shop with delicious produce and great food.

Le Relais de Venise l'Entrecôte- Steak, fries, salad. Everyone gets to same thing and it is delicious.

On the Bab- Tasty Korean street food with no fuss. I like the fried chicken bun and the bibimbab.

The Wallace Collection- Peyton and Byrne operate this pink cafe within the Wallace Collection. The food is good and the ambiance is amazing. This is one of my go to places to take friends who are visiting London. We stop here for lunch or dessert after exploring the area and the museum.

Coco Momo- A delightful cafe/pub serving yummy breakfast and brunch.


Homeware Shops

Skandium- If you are looking for your scandanavian design fix here in London this is the place for you. From kitchen wear to furniture they stock all the best scandi brands. They even have a small children's section with toys and trinkets. At Christmas time they sell traditional scandinavian decorations as well (all the dala horses for me please).

The Conran Shop- Wandering through The Conran Shop is up there with Liberty of London for my favourite shops. They have the coolest home goods and furniture and walking through the store is simply a pleasure.

Emma Bridgewater- A ceramic haven full of fun and playful designs. All the goods are made in the UK as well.

Caroline Gardner- Colourful and fun stationary and small leather good. This store will cheer up your day with the fun colours and happy patterns.


Children's Clothing Stores

There are so many darling children's clothing stores on this street. French and British classics abound.

Petit Bateau for classics stripes, Bonpoint for traditional French classics, Papouelli for darling shoes, and Cath Kidson for whimsical prints often with a British twist.


Clothing Stores

There are so many great lovely clothing stores on this street. Some of my favourites are Anthropologie, J.Crew, French Sole,

Koibird, Toast, Maje, Comptoir des Cotonniers, Lululemon, and Sweaty Betty.


Skincare and Makeup

Some of my favourite makeup stores are on this street. There is Aesop, Space NK, Fresh, and Diptyque my favourite place for perfume and candles. The scents are lovely and natural. I've been wearing Eau Duelle for years. As for their candles I love their Baies and Ambre.


Other

And last but not least two of the most charming stores in this area are

Daunt Books- One of London's best bookstores. The staff is knowledgeable and the selection of books incredible.

V V Rouleaux- A modern haberdashery full of the most dreamy ribbons, pom poms, braids, feathers, and much much more.

Do you have a favourite restaurant or shop on Marylebone High Street? I'd love to know!



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