MEDITERRANEAN CUISINE AND FINE WINE IN THE HEART OF MARYLEBONE

The restaurant is a community hub, with Xavier and his team inviting diners and local residents to contribute their thoughts and suggestions for the ever-evolving wine list. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 12-10pm, Blandford Comptoir’s relaxed and informal atmosphere appeal to Marylebone dwellers and workers, as well as those from across the Capital in search of great food and wine.

Showcasing the very best, well-sourced ingredients, the menu features a selection of meat, seafood, snacks and homemade pasta, small and large plates, designed to be enjoyed in any order. Guests can choose to order three separate courses, or simply select a few plates to share in a group.

We offer an A la Carte menu available every day lunch and dinner Tuesday to Saturday.

Guests can enjoy the extensive range of 250 wines, 20 champagnes and a tempting selection of home-brewed cocktails.

We host wine dinners regularly.

Contact us for more information. info@blandford-comptoir.co.uk or 0207 935 4626

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