Another London street tour. More touristic than Westbourne Grove in Notting Hill but less than Oxford St. which is closely.

Marylebone High Street connects Regent’s Park (Marylebone Rd.) with almost Oxford St. I like this street because you can find many interesting and youthful shops and restaurants without suffering the chaos of other areas (Regent St, Covent Garden, Kings Rd. etc.).

I can remember that IT was here one of the first times I had a properly lunch in London (I miss a lot of fish food) without booking a table in Nobu or similar. It was at Fishworks, a restaurant what you can find through the fish shop. Nearby you can discover La Fromagerie, one of the best cheese shops in England! It has a big fridge full of different cheeses, but you can buy other groceries although (pastries, wines, fresh fruit…) and enjoy a heathy meal if you have a seat! Towards Oxford St., Patisserie Valerie!

As for shopping, you have a large variety: Cath Kidston, Bonpoint, The White Company, Paul Smith, Ash, Mascaró, Browns, Divertimenti, Emma Bridgewater, galleries…

Ah! How I forgot it before!! You have to visit, at least, Daunt Books! What a beautiful bookshop!

Just come and have fun!

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