In their first opening for over a decade, Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver bring their emblematic cooking and much admired wines to Marylebone. The new restaurant features an aesthetic and an offering which is both unmistakably St. JOHN and speaks of the needs and sensibilities of the area in which it sits.

The space moves with the day; in the morning, diners can find delights from St. JOHN’s own bakery in Bermondsey – bountiful doughnuts, breads and pastries along with coffees or, later, a glass or two of champagne. As lunchtime rears its lovely head and moves towards dinner, blackboards chalked with daily small plate specials are hung on the wall.

The restaurant is split into two levels; upstairs is reserved for walk-ins, passers-by can pull up a chair at the bar or take a seat at a white marble table-top in front of the expansive sash windows. Downstairs, the open-plan dining room is open for reservations small and large, at wooden tables which echo those at St. JOHN Bread and Wine.


98 Marylebone Lane, London, W1U 2JE

Opening times

Mon-Sun 8am-11pm