Very good overall
Nice restaurant. Nice food. Disappointed to be asked to move to the bar after only 90 mins. Also had to correct bill as overcharged for 4 cocktails.
Interesting place with numerous different areas. Very well done up. The food was good but not great. My Caesar salad had no anchovies and didn't taste of Caesar salad... without the chicken it was a lettuce and avocado salad... this is an example
David is a great host. Waiter and waitress were friendly. I love the tiger prawns and steak.
Great food, amazing decor and a really lovely atmosphere in a brilliant location. Staff are so friendly and accommodating. Loved the menu and choices
I had been to 108 Brasserie before, for dinner last year and quite liked it. This time around I decided to invite some friends for special occasion and was not wrong. They loved it. From the moment we are arrived, staff made us feel very welcome and they were always prompt. There is a nice aura about the front room and I recommend you book your table in the front section and preferably in a round table if there are enough numbers in your party. Food was tasty and well presented.
I will be back.
Fairly underwhelmed with the breakfast. One of the orders was wrong. When the right one did arrive, the omelette ordered was horribly over cooked and oily. For the high price point, it was a very poor effort indeed.
Overall decor is reasonable, although perhaps a little style over substance. The sofas are so deep it is almost impossible to eat at the bales without perching on the edges.
It was a particularly cold weekend however the restaurant was freezing and no explanation was made by front of house of waiting staff and the waiters were serving us with their coats on which was understandable but was strange that no explanation was made
Went there for lunch with my friends. It was 3 of us and regardless of us going for pretty straightforward 1 dish each, they still managed to mess up our order. They brought out 2 orders first and we needed to wait 20min extra for the 3rd dish to come out. Waiter never came out to ask if everything was ok & forgot to bring the water. The room was freezing coled and lacked in ambience. Regardless of discount applied by management to the final bill the whole experience was rather disappointing.
One of my oldest friends and I came here for afternoon tea to celebrate her engagement. I am coeliac and they provided a gluten free menu which put me at ease and I didn't need to feel self conscious about my order at all. The food was amazing, the venue is beautiful and all the staff friendly, especially our waiter Andrei. I can't recommend it enough.
Delicious afternoon tea, good value, lovely setting.
Great food, great service, 108 always delivers. It's our go to for special occasions and will be back in the future.
Our table in the brasserie wasn’t ready and we had to eat at the bar. Food was ok - nothing special. Service wasn’t at level of prices.
The food was good but it was costly for the portion size. I had the fillet steak which was perfectly cooked but not very large in size.
Very good main courselves choice of the day and vert pleasant surroundings
Great food, lovely ambience, super attentive waiter ( Stephen) - an extremely pleasant evening. We will be back!
Great menu and delicous
Great food, great service. A real pleasant surprise. We will be going back.
I went for dinner here because the place looked nice outside. I was blown away by the quality of the food. The bread was some of the best.
Good meal and nice table. V festive and fit for purpose
I expected to be sitting in the main restaurant but we were sat in the breakfast room and we not told before hand.
The eggs Benedict were not cooked properly and a few items from our were missing or placed incorrectly.
Staff tried to do their best. Will definitely come back.
Really bad and extremely slow service. 40 minutes after arrival we were not even offered a menu. Had to ask 7 times to order a drink. Average food, but really overpriced.
Service good, steaks poorly cooked, bar afterwards a disaster.
Good food, reasonable service (depending on which waiter you had), good atmosphere
Food was terrible - smoked salmon starter served with a cold, barely toasted piece of bread. Main course of chicken salad was woeful - zero flavour. My friend had the burger which was ok but nothing special. Looked very understaffed in the restaurant with people constantly rushing around, felt quite harassed and not relaxing at all.
Great meal. Our waiter, Nikita, was particularly excellent!
Food here is good ingredient is fresh, Guinness bread is amazing but it's a shame that the quality of the service is not there. I came here once before and sat in the main dining room, everything was great. Service was a little slow but I just thought maybe because it just opened for lunch on Sunday. Then I came back a week after with 2 friends- seated in the upstairs area. My friend and my dish came out 15 minutes apart and we had to remind the waiter to check what's going on.
Food is excellent, juices as well. Best place for brunch. Service is sometimes a bit slow but overall it’s worth it. We’ll be back!
Hadn’t realised that this is a hotel restaurant it serves very average hotel food. There are much better options in Marylebone
The service was slow with only 2 waiters working in the evening.
Nice place for coffee, desert or drinks. Service and ambience are nice, however the food is average to bad; eggs benedict were misserably presented and were tiny, rib eye stake was flat and uninteresting. Some other dishes from my friends were ok but nothing exciting. Overall a nice and convenient place to meet but the food was below expectations
My main gripe is that it's just so noisy - the acoustics are really poor. Hence the lower star ratings.
Really excellent restaurant - great atmosphere, venue, service, menu, and food quality. Highly recommended!
Great service, quick and attentive. Excellent for business lunch and very reliable, Thank you.
A pleasant restaurant, with friendly staff and very good food, perhaps a little overpriced though. The very lively feel of the ambience in this restaurant was one of its most attractive features. It was also impressive how the large amount of space was broken up into what felt like smaller, more intimate places to enjoy a meal with friends. There was a real buzz, and much warmth in the air. The food was very good; lovely Dorset crab to start, served on delicious bread and with a refreshing watercress and apple salad. Our mains were also lovely; congratulations to the chef on the mackerel in particular - this tasted fresh and interesting , often not the case in London restaurants. Sides were just right in terms of flavour and amount. Dessert for me was lovely pineapple served with mango and passion fruit salsa, and coconut sorbet that didn't taste a bit like a Bounty bar (always a worry), but fresh and light. There were elements of this meal that I liked so much, I will be attempting to imitate them at home; that doesn't happen that often. Service was a bit sluggish, despite there being lots of staff around, and I hate it when restaurants put one's bottle of wine out of reach, which was the case here. A bit pricey, but given the neighbourhood, and the quality of the food, not much more than might be reasonably expected.
Even though I did a reservation way in advance, finally we were seated in a room that looks like a cafeteria and not in the main room with enough free chairs to be seated there.... I will not return.
Our first (and only) visit to this Brasserie was as a result of reading a number of favourable reviews and the fact that we were staying nearby in the Marylebone area.
We went in anticipation of a peaceful evening meal where we could have a quiet dinner conversation together. We were, therefore, taken aback to find this bar and restaurant crammed with diners and drinkers in a hectic, noisy atmosphere with the beat of background music and the waiting staff dashing in all directions to keep pace. This is no doubt good for business but, inevitably, detrimental to the service of customers and the preparation of high quality meals.
In the circumstances, it was surprising to get served reasonably quickly and we certainly could not fault the attitude or efforts of our waiter. However, when it arrived, the food was distinctly average compared with other Marylebone establishments we have visited, and we were so frustrated at having to strain across the table to hear one another speak that we gave up after two courses and went elsewhere for coffee and desserts.
I was recommended a salad from the mains which turned out to be pile of leaves that looked like it was 1/4 of a Sainsbury's £1 salad bag with a small amount of basic dressing. Suitable as a side but not a main menu dish, especially for £9. I wish I stuck to my original salad choice rather than trusting what appeared to be a new staff member. I had the prawns from the grill, which were delicious. The Guinness bread is also lovely but too sweet for my taste buds. Note... £10 for a pimms, you're charged for the lemonade separately. wow. P.S. I left the restaurant still hungry after spending £30 pp on food...
Good ambience and enjoyable food. Staff were attentive and we were not rushed to vacate our table.