Destination Dining: Seymour Place near Marble Arch in London

Destination Dining: Seymour Place near Marble Arch in London, flickr:Ewan MunroJust up the street from Hyde Park, Marble Arch, Park Lane and Oxford Street, tiny Seymour Place offers a long list of great places to eat. So whether you're out sightseeing or shopping or looking for somewhere to step out that's near your hotel, there's a good chance Seymour Place is a smart option for you. Here's a list of some of street's best eateries. The nearest Tube station to all these restaurants is Marble Arch with connections to the Central Line.

Donostia
10 Seymour Place, W1H 7ND

Donostia is the Basque name for the Spanish city and famed foodie destination, San Sebastian. Serving “pintxo, tapas and unique wines” this small and attractive restaurant impresses with its authentic approach to northern Spain's gourment traditions. If dishes along the lines of crispy fried cod cheeks with black squid ink aioli or succulent Ibérico pork shoulder with Romesco sauce sound like your sort of thing, then this is the place for you!


Lockhart
24 Seymour Place, W1H 7NL

The few months old Lockhart provides Londoners with a modern take on American cuisine, taking its inspiration especially from a few of its yummier states: Texas, Louisiana and New Mexico. Head downstairs to the buzzing basement bar for a Lone Star beer served with a mix of British reserve and downhome yee haw.


The Portman
51 Upper Berkeley Street (at the corner with Seymour Place), W1H 7QW

The Portman features a lively pub downstairs with a more subdued tablecloth serviced restaurant upstairs. The kitchen here competently cooks up British and continental favorites for all tastes, from fish and chips and burgers to steak, escargot and venison loin.


Sandy's
14 Seymour Place, W1H 7NF

Corsican pizza? Hey, why not? Especially considering how delicious it is at this friendly little pizzeria, which also happens to be the first established Corsican restaurant in the UK.


Vinoteca
15 Seymour Place, W1H 5BD

Vinoteca is a popular wine shop, bar and restaurant with four locations throughout London: the Seymour Place venue, one in Soho, another in Chiswick and the original outlet in Clerkenwell. Come here for the “convivial atmosphere, high quality characterful wines and simple yet imaginative food created from fresh, seasonal produce.”

 

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