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The Providores
New Zealand Restaurant£££
Today 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, 6:00 – 10:15 pm
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109 Marylebone High Street London W1U 4RX United Kingdom
109 Marylebone High StreetGBLondonW1U 4RX
+44 20 7935 6175theprovidores.co.uk
£££New Zealand RestaurantToday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, 6:00 – 10:15 pm
Monday 8:30 – 11:30 am, 12:00 – 2:45 pm, 6:00 – 10:30 pmTuesday 8:30 – 11:30 am, 12:00 – 2:45 pm, 6:00 – 10:30 pmWednesday 8:30 – 11:30 am, 12:00 – 2:45 pm, 6:00 – 10:30 pmThursday 8:30 – 11:30 am, 12:00 – 2:45 pm, 6:00 – 10:30 pmFriday 8:30 – 11:30 am, 12:00 – 2:45 pm, 6:00 – 10:30 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, 6:00 – 10:15 pmSunday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pm
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We are a fine dining 38 seat restaurant and a 48 seat cafe/wine bar. We are open 7 days a week and we feature the UK's largest selection of fine New Zealand wines. Our cuisine is best termed Fusion.
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All-day cafe and formal dining with Antipodean fusion menu, tapas and New Zealand wine list.- Google
"The Tapa Room is a great Sunday brunch venue - if you can get a table, that is."
"And to add texture the sourdough toasted bread went perfectly with it."
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Cozy and friendly wine and tapas bar in the heart Marylebone, suitable for a quick coffee, bite, drink or for a proper meal. Very good quality in the selection of wines, in coffee and food ingredients. The only challenge is the relatively small size of the bar area where it is often hard to find a place on the occasion of a last minute walk-in. If you are patient enough it is a great place to relax after your shopping in the area or a busy day at work.
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TSL London
3 months ago
For years now whenever we’re in Marylebone and want a relaxed drink, light bite, top brunch or special occasion meal (dates, catch-ups and birthdays included) contemporary upstairs dining room The Providores and bustling downstairs wine bar The Tapa Room have been our go-to. Run by the charming Michael and insanely creative chef Peter (who met years back in New Zealand) it’s been going strong from the get go. Safe to say, Peter’s prior acclaim as head chef of the prestigious Sugar Club restaurant was a helpful ally. Here, every night of the week you’ll find a natural buzz of locals and professionals sampling various menus – from the top quality New Zealand wine list to small plates* that spruce themselves every two or three months, as well as the full on tasting treat menu starting at £30 for 2 courses. To read more of what the Providores has aboard go to the Twenty Something London website.
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Antony Waldorf
8 months ago
Firstly, I have to say this has been one of my favourite kitchens in london and I've had some really great food experiences, even amazing upstairs in the 'proper' restaurant. But, I'm giving it a 3 star today because I've left there being disappointed too many times recently. Service is great, nice and skilled, but somehow the food v price has just lost its balance. Its like too many maryleboners have let them push their prices higher and higher, and what was amazing value, is now just ok.
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Catherine Lux
a year ago
Located on Marylebone High Street, The Providores and Tapa Room is a New Zealand cafe/restaurant. The Providores is the more formal restaurant upstairs in the building, but I prefer the casual feel of the downstairs 'Tapa Room'. They both carry the same menu's, they're just different settings. The brunch menu is available from 10am-3pm in the Tapa Room and 11am-2:45pm in The Providores. I had my second favourite brunch dish after pancakes; sweet french toast. The one on the menu comes stuffed with banana and pecans, with bacon and vanilla syrup, but I like to mix it up a little and be a little bit of a pain for the chef. I order it without the bacon, and with the vanilla spiced figs (you usually get them with the fruit salad) instead. I then add a dollop of greek yoghurt to it. And walla! The perfect sweet french toast! It's literally like heaven on a plate, and the mix of flavours is just sensational! I really don't understand why they don't already have this combination on the menu. If you're looking for somewhere a little different for brunch in London, you have to come here! They have something for everyone, and the atmosphere is just wonderful. C x
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Angela Lau
3 months ago
It's such a shame to give this place three stars but here is why... I came here around four years ago for dinner. It was very tasty but we were dining upstairs which is all white and far too bright for a romantic evening! Fast forward... I've gone back to try brunch recently. This time we were initially seated downstairs which is totally casual with long benches and smaller tables all around. Initially we were just going to order tea but my mate wanted cheese which you have to order from the upstairs menu. We asked for it but we had to move upstairs - which is still bright white! The cheese platter for one was as you would expect. I ordered Vegemite soldiers from the brunch menu. Unfortunately the toast (whole meal sourdough) was pretty burnt! There was waaaaay too much Vegemite but no butter? Wtf? In addition, both eggs were WELL over cooked - no chance you could dip the over dry & over salty bread in that. It was really #meh! I probably wouldn't go back unless I happen to be there for breakfast but seriously I could do it way better so why would I ever?
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Ben Ross
2 months ago
Fusion: with all the pretension that implies. Delicious laskas nestle alongside teatime treats. Everything is spot on, but the place can be cramped, and frankly thinks itself trendy in a way it probably no longer is. Your mileage may vary!
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Fabien Curto Millet
10 months ago
This place used to be nice, but success has gone to their heads it seems - service has deteriorated to be downright rude and even on occasion aggressive. Reasonable requests (e.g. seating changes) are met with exasperation by some of the staff, who do not understand how to give hospitality. They no longer deserve my business. Sad to say as I was coming here weekly at some point.
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Sharief Faraidooni
a year ago
I tried giving it a 4 star but found it hard. I had my perfect breakfast here. The Turkish eggs is a must. It's two hard boiled eggs in a bath of yogurt herbs and a spicy oil. You barely feel the heat but the full dish was well balanced and flavorsome. And to add texture the sourdough toasted bread went perfectly with it. Simply amazing. The only problem is I don't know if I should order a second serving of the same dish or save some space for lunch.

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