Galvin Bistrot de Luxe

66 Baker Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 7DJ
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Review Summary from 4 reviews

Address
66 Baker Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 7DJ

Telephone
020 7935 4007

Cuisine
European

Region
Marylebone

Nearest Station
Baker Street (0.27 miles)

Website
http://www.galvinrestaurants.com/section.php/4/1/galvin_bistrot_de_luxe

Opening Summary

Lunch: Monday - Saturday 12:00-14:30 & Sunday 12:00-15:00
Dinner: Monday - Wednesday 18:00-22:30, Thursday-Saturday 18:00-22:45 & Sunday 18:00-21:30

Restaurant Facilities

Smoking Area

Disabled Facilities

Children Welcome

Credit Cards Accepted

Private Area

Outdoor Area

Booking Advisable

Chris and Jeff Galvin can seemingly do no wrong. They now have a fantastic stable of restaurants that includes Galvin at Windows and Galvin La Chapelle, most recently Galvin Demoiselle, the project of Chris Galvin’s wife Sarah, opened in Harrods.

This Baker Street restaurant was the very first the brothers opened together, and was an immediate hit, winning two AA rosettes and several other awards. The duo brought with them years of experience working at the Savoy, the Ritz, Chez Nico and the Wolseley, and the menu elevates bistrot food to a fine art.

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In The News

Galvin brothers announce 5th annual Tarte Tatin competition

Bakers, cooks and foodies, stand by, the Galvin brothers have announced the launch of the 5th annual Tarte Tatin competition

User Reviews

Reviewed by Belinda from Hersham
I went here with a friend for lunch. The service and food were great and the location convenient. Could be argued that there was a bit of a lack of atmosphere, but it was a work-day lunchtime. I would return if in the area again.

Jun 23, 2014

Reviewed by Sooz
Went here for a business lunch a short while ago. Was impressed by the quality of the food and the efficient service. The interior is flawless. Only downside was that I found it a little 'stuffy' but I guess that's what you get in a posh restaurant in a business district!

Aug 17, 2011

Reviewed by Anonymous
Living just around the corner I have been here a number of times with wife and friends. Expect excellent food, good wine list and 'french' style service that can be a little off putting for some. Fundamentally though, the place is full almost every night night of the week which speaks volumes.

Aug 11, 2009

Reviewed by mlpjam
I went here in a party of four on a Tuesday evening in December. The restaurant was pretty full all evening. With several bottles of wine, we spent about £360 for four, including tips.

Pros:
Food - perhaps stating the obvious, but Galvin's strong point is its menu. There was a diverse selection of starters, main courses and desserts, which should suit most palates. I had the pheasant and a warm chocolate cake, both of which were excellent.

Cons:
Service - I was stunned at how "slap-dash" and amateur the service was - I've had much better service at a Pizza Express. A few examples: 1. We went to the bar before hand while we waited for our table. We were informed our table

Dec 25, 2007

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