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Aubaine Restaurant in Marylebone

LIFESTYLE – Aubaine Restaurant in Marylebone

Whether you’re looking for an intimate meal or a lavish celebration, you can be sure your occasion is made perfect at Aubaine Restaurant. We recently had a chance to taste some of their super delicious menu options at the Marylebone branch.

Aubaine Marylebone sits on trendy Moxton Street. Flanked by floor-to-ceiling windows as you walk in, this relaxed yet contemporary hub boasts a large, first floor private dining room fit for 76 seated guests. When booked exclusively, the venue offers both floors with the option of separating the reception (or dance) area from the main dining room. Ideal for press launches, drinks receptions, dinners and weddings, this space is very popular with local residents as a unique choice for children’s birthday parties.

We decided to try their lunch menu. For the started we had very delicate yet tasty salon tartare and beef carpaccio. Main course was a tough one because of the amazing choice of Salads, From the sea or From the land options. In the end we went for seared sea bass with carrot purée, tenderstem broccoli, confit lemon and sundried tomato dressing. My colleague had perfectly made Ribeye accompanied by roasted tomatoes, mixed leaves, truffle and Parmesan thick-cut chips. We finished our feast with Spiced carrot cake and Rich chocolate brownie. That’s what I call a delicious feast! Highly recommended.

 

About the author

GOSIA KRAJEWSKI Fashion, Mommy blogger & Beauty Features Editor at Style Cartel. Former Senior Account Executive at JWPR (Capsule Comms) Worked for Marie Claire & Instyle

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