The Cavendish

In Marylebone, The Cavendish has made a name for itself all due to a single-minded attitude on what diners and drinkers want most: exclusivity that stems from within.

Built on the belief that it should be the food, drink, and feel of a restaurant that makes it attractive to guests – and not lingering lines outside – it should come as no surprise that the locale serving modern British fare has become a destination rather than an after-thought.

Standing by their handcrafted collection of spirits, wines, spices, flavors, and designs, The Cavendish excels at dishes, décor, and drinks that delight the palate from beginning to end. Blue leather booths, exposed brick and piping, and retro blue tiles stacked alongside traditional seating add flair and personality to the untouchably delicious restaurant. While a tasteful bar anchors its to its roots, crushed green velvet chairs in the private dining room add zest.

The Cavendish features a series of small menus: the A La Carte, Canapés, Dessert, Breakfast, and Snacks Menu, while a Wine List, Cocktails & Spirits, and Cigar List also comprise their own menus as well. Standout dishes include the Sea Bass with Ginger, Vanilla, and Jerusalem Artichoke Ceviche, a Blue Lobster Bisque with Brandy Chantilly and Pan-fried Seaweed, a Secreto Iberian Pork Shoulder served with Grilled Asparagus and Smoked Garlic Sauce, Chorizo Lollipops, a Crab Salad on Brioche Toast with Wasabi Caviar, and market-price Oysters.

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