French restaurant Orrery is found in the heart of Marylebone community on the first flooring of a stable dock and forgets the verdant plant of Marylebone Religion Gardens. Possessed by D&D and run by the estimable Michelin-proven head chef Igor Tymchyshyn, Orrery delivers French cuisine worthwhile of Paris with recipes such as an escalope of cabernet poached duck foie gras, pear & Riesling jelly or a packed porkers trotter with pommes mousseline, Madeira and truffle. The Kentish fillet of lamb, with beetroot puree, gratin dauphinois and olive lamb jus likewise comes strongly suggested. For great sights and nouvelle cuisine Orrery is an excellent choice. On the ground floor there is alternatively a fantastic bar offering delectable cocktails.
The little bar adjacent to the dining establishment is an intimate area where to take pleasure in an aperitif prior to going with to the bistro. Viennese in vogue with red Hoffman chairs and couches, the bar is encouraged by the 1930s; the walls are hung with a collection of initial Fine art Deco textile prints.
Orrery Epicerie serves morning meal, light lunch times and dinner in informal environments. For this fine exhibit, the major offering is food-to-go, all which is prepared and prepped daily in the Orrery cooking area, using the very best top quality active ingredients.
The Epicerie also sells a variety of simple, delectable meals, from fresh breads, pastries, sandwiches, soups and tossed salads to elegant cassoulet, pot au feu, confit de canard and foie gras.
55-57 Marylebone High Street
Opening Times: Mon-Sat 12.00-15.00 & 19.00-23.00, Sun 12.00-15.00 & 19:00-22:30
Closest Tube: Baker Street, Regents Park
Dress Code: Smart/Casual
Music: Eclectic Background