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The Marylebone Cafe Guide: Best Coffee Shops in Marylebone

The Marylebone Cafe Guide: Best Coffee Shops in Marylebone

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Ready to discover the best Marylebone coffee shops? These are the places making our (very strict) cut.

Tucked away behind the madness that is Oxford Street, Marylebone’s cafe scene is surprisingly diverse. 

From chic cafes that verge onto restaurant territory to indie coffee shops, here are the best places to grab a brew and a bite in Marylebone.

Best Cafes and Coffee Shops in Marylebone

Workshop Coffee

The coffee-obsession at Workshop Coffee is real – an average year sees the folk at this roastery jetting off to different parts of the globe to work with the farmers who supply their beans, which are then roasted in their Bethnal Green roastery. 

This control over every aspect of the supply chain results in some of the best coffee in London, nevermind Marylebone. It is relatively small – don’t be surprised if you have to take away during busy spells but the coffee is totally worth it. 

Monocle Cafe

Marylebone Cafe

Just like the namesake magazine, Monocle Cafe is a sleekly-curated coffee shop in Marylebone that’s a pleasure to while away a few hours in at any time of day. 

Even with two floors of space, you’ll still struggle to get a table during busier times – but if you’re lucky enough to grab a seat, you can indulge in one of their appetizing salads, cakes or just settle in for a coffee. 

The menu combines dishes from around the world, with a strong Japanese and Scandinavian bent.  There’s booze for later in the day too. 

Fernandez & Wells

London-based mini chain Fernandez & Wells may only focus on a few things but it does them very well. 

Coffee is one of those things – not unexpected from a brand built by two coffee lovers and connoisseurs. They’re supplied by Has Bean roasters, whose Fernandez & Wells house blend is one of our favourites in the city. 

Feeling peckish? Their gourmet boards come piled with all manner of delicious meats and cheeses from small producers. 

Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Cafe at 66 Portland Place 

Who’d have thought the canny members of the Royal Institute of British Architects would be hiding one of the best cafes in Marylebone in their HQ on Portland Place? 

The RIBA Cafe is a quiet spot, frequented by members, in-the-know locals and a few people swinging by for one of RIBA’s exhibitions. So quiet that you’re almost always guaranteed to be able to nab a quiet spot in the spacious cafe area. 

Arro Coffee – The Temple of Coffee 

Some people might say it was a bit arrogant to call yourself a temple of coffee… but not us.

Luckily for them, Arro Coffee actually brings the goodies along with the arrogance. The focus is distinctly Italian – to be expected from a joint that names bringing the best in Italian produce to the world as one of its key goals. 

Choose your coffee from an extensive menu of single-origin and blends – you can also purchase beans or freshly-ground coffee to bring home. 


OK, Fischers is a cafe – but in the grand European sense of the word. Based on the traditional Viennese cafes that formed the backbone of high society in the 19th and early 20th centuries, this is not the place to grab a takeaway brew, rather a place to linger over a long breakfast with a newspaper. 

It’s open all day – with a changing mid-European menu that runs the full gamut from breakfasts, snacks, lunches and dinners. We dare you to resist a sweet treat from the delectable pastry shop. 


Another Italian-leaning cafe in Marylebone, Souli is a bright and airy space serving excellent coffees as well as snacks and light dishes. 

They’re serious about their coffee – so much so that they import their brews from Rome’s prestigious Sant’ Eustachio Caffe. Freshly-baked bread dominates the menu – expect a lot of sandwiches (though there are some salads too) – they even sell loaves to take away.

Gino’s Coffee Bar 

It’s tough to find affordable options for cafes near Marylebone station – that’s where Gino’s comes in. This no-frills spot is a great place to stop by for breakfast, lunch or a coffee on the go without breaking the bank.

A full English and coffee or tea comes in at less than £5. Location-wise, you couldn’t ask for more  – it’s just across the road from Marylebone Station. 

Ole & Steen

Sure Ole & Steen might be a small(ish) chain, but don’t expect the drinks here to be similar to the one’s you’ll find at cookie cutter coffee shops – Starbucks, we’re looking at you. 

A heavy dose of Scandi influence has ensured that Ole & Steen serves up some of the best coffee in Marylebone. Head there for a proper brew and a slice of Cinnamon Social, enjoyed in their ultra-cool space. 

31 Below

This spot isn’t exactly a secret, it’s located in the vibrant Marylebone Village and surrounded by other cool spots to stop for a coffee. 

Why here, then? We’ll tell you why – for starters, it’s flipping gorgeous, and secondly, the brunch plates are stellar.

As expected from a trendy Marylebone spot, the avocado on toast is sublime – and dogs are more than welcome to pop in, too. The cocktail menu is pretty epic as well, and we see nothing wrong with a Tom Collins or two at 11am on a Saturday morning.

106 Baker Street

Looking for the best Marylebone high street coffee shops? Mediterranean deli and cafe 106 Baker Street is another spot fighting to be the best coffee Marylebone offers. Their offering is artisanal, in case you were wondering. 

Swing by for fresh juice, pastries, a variety of salads, and a cuppa before exploring the rest of Marylebone.

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