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Royal china club: Cantonese food made from the choicest of ingredients such as lobster, veal and abalone. Service is polished and formal. 40-42 Baker Street W1U 7AJ


The providores and tapa: Fish dumplings in coconut laksa is a fine example of the fusion ethos behind this adventurous Marylebone eaterie. New world wines and a funky atmosphere are big draws for the locals.

109 Marylebone High Street W1U 4RX


Galvin bistrot de luxe: Classic French cuisine presented in friendly, relaxed surroundings. The desserts alone are worth a visit. 66 Baker Street W1U 7DJ


Trishna: The combination of select seafood with top notch Indian cooking methods is a winner. The tastefully spartan decor is the ideal neutral canvass for the riot of colour contained in these dishes. 15-17 Blandford Street W1U 3DG


The sea shell: There is a range of seafood on offer together with a choice of cooking methods but its traditional Cod in batter with chunky chips and mushy peas that brings the customers in. A cut above your average chippy, you might find yourself rubbing shoulders with the odd celebrity or two. 49-51 Lissom Grove NW1 6JH