FishWorks Marylebone continues the FishWorks concept of a fishmongers and restaurant serving only the freshest fish served simply in informal and relaxed surroundings.
Marylebone High Street is well-known for its gourmet eateries, and the award-winning Marylebone branch of FishWorks is no exception. This sensational seafood restaurant is one of twelve owned by restaurateur Mitch Tonks, and combines an informal dining room with a charming fishmonger’s counter which sells fresh fish seven days a week.
The relaxed restaurant, with nautical-blue walls and wooden chairs compliments the classic seafood menu. Favorite dishes include the Fruits de Mer shellfish platter, grilled sea bass and Lyme Bay scallops. Perfect for social or business lunches, the outstanding fresh produce and fantastic wine list make Fishworks Marylebone a must for all piscatorial aficionados.
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