Two week countdown to Marylebone Food Festival 2019 24 to 28 April 2019

Over 40 of the neighbourhood's best restaurants, artisan food shops, delis and bars will be putting on one-off events, festival menus and offers.

Get the full line-up here: or

Highlights include festival menus and offers from Michelin star restaurants Roganic and Trishna as well as local favourites Jikoni, The Providores, Chiltern Firehouse, newly launched Ooty plus Fischers, Blandford ComptoirDaylesford Organic, Carousel and Twist and lots more.

Events will include a Baa-rolo (Barolo) and Spring Lamb evening at Boxcar Butcher & Grill (£55pp), a Candleit Italian Seafood and Champagne supper at Fucina (from £60pp), The Secret Vegan Supper Club at The Gate (£49.50pp), a Txakoli Festival at Lurra (£40pp), Chocolate & Wine Tasting at Philglas & Swiggot (£15pp), Pisco Sour Masterclass at Pachamama (£80pp), Palestinian and Israeli wine tasting at Delamina (£15pp) and plenty more - all listed here.

For the indecisive, two safari events will take place during the festival - Baker Street Eats & Treats food Tour (£5) and Seymour Place Safari Lunch Break (£10)

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Returning for a second year in April, Marylebone Food Festival launches on 24 April with The Marylebone Menu a sell-out charity dinner featuring some of the area’s best chefs and raising funds for Springboard UK. Over the following four days restaurants, bars and food businesses will give Londoners dozens of reasons to visit this culinary diverse pocket of London.

The complete festival line-up with details of each event can be found here and on with other events including:

Basque restaurant Donostia's Basque Cider and Pintxo festival (£10), Carousel London’s Pasta Making workshop (£55), a Souffle Demo class at La Cucina Caldesi cookery school (£60), Secret London: Unusual Bars & Restaurants at The George Bar, Durrants Hotel, a Gin & Tonic Sunday Brunch at The Montagu Kitchen (£75), a supper club at neighbourhood café and bar, 31 Below, a TacoCake (taco pancakes) brunch at The Cavendish (£50), Food Matters: nutritionally focused dinners at The London Clinic (£29.50), Marylebone Gin mixology class at The Pickled Hen (£15), 

Further festival offers will feature festival menus at Italian restaurants Il Baretto and Caffe Caldesi, modern Greek Opso, Japanese Cocoro, and French restaurant and wine bar, Clarette,  20% off food at Italian Bernardi’s, pasta and a glass of wine for £10 at Carousel London, a flight of two Extra Brut Grand Cru Champagnes (£20) and a bio and gluten free two beer flight (£10) at Le Vieux Comptoir, complimentary aperitif bar snacks with the first drink at The Cavendish and for a glass of wine matched to a main course special (£16) at Vinoteca. One-off drinks events from Lebanese restaurant Levant’s Lebanese food & wine matching dinner (£40) and Vinoteca’s masterclass in expertly matching wine to food to boutique wine merchant, Philglas & Swiggot’s Marylebone Gin tasting evening and other popup events. The Coach Makers Arms will host an informal cocktail masterclass on 25 April (£30).

Marylebone Food Festival will come to a close on Sunday 28th April, the day of The London Marathon giving marathon runners and spectators plenty of things to do after the run.

A partnership between The Portman Estate and The Howard de Walden Estate, Marylebone Food Festival aims to throw the spotlight on the wealth of talent within Marylebone.

Regular updates on the Marylebone Food Festival will be posted on @marylebonefoodfestival on Instagram.

Rebecca Jones