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Wulf & Lamb Marylebone

Wulf & Lamb Marylebone is a fine dinning restaurant with an entirely plant-based menu. You can see more on their website. They have two locations, one in Marylebone and another one in Chelsea. Because it is close to my flat in London, we’ve only been to the one in Marylebone so far, but I plan to visit the other one too. We went to Marylebone twice and both times the food was amazing, the staff is helpful and friendly too.
The restaurant was busy both times we’ve been there, which is not a surprise.


Chilli Non Carne and pasta in the background, were the first dishes we ordered at Wulf & Lamb, on our first visit. The chilli was made with spiced mushrooms, lentils and kidney beans on basmati herb rice with cashew sour cream, lime and coriander cress. My husband had pasta with meatballs, a dish I do not see in their menu, as it was changed to the creamy mushroom pasta, which my husband got the second time and that is mentioned below.


Pina collada mocktail is a must if you visit them, at least for me it is. I had it twice and it is so lovely.


Creamy mushroom pasta, made with oat cream and oyster mushrooms was very good. My husband ordered this and he said he would gladly have it again. The sauce is just wonderful.


This is the Christmas version of their Wulf Pie. I enjoyed it a lot. Their usual pie does not have Brussel Sprouts, of course. I will have to try the standard one too. The standard one, available now, is made with pulled jackfruit, lentil stew topped with mashed potato and baby carrots. So, the difference between is the topping of potatoes.

Desserts at Wulf & Lamb Marylebone

Sticky toffee pudding – moist sponge cake with toffee brandy sauce and vanilla ice cream. In the background is Crème brûlée with raspberry coulis. Both desserts were so good. First time I had the pudding, while the second time we went there I had the Crème brûlée.

Wulf & Lamb Marylebone is at 66 Chiltern Street, London, W1U 4EJ. In Chelsea is at 243 Pavilion Rd, London, SW1X 0BP.

5 Comment

  1. I could eat pasta every day of the week, so this all looks good to me. I think that Dave might miss the real meat option though, so if I want to go vegetarian or vegan, we generally have to visit our local Italian restaurant where the menu caters for both options! Looks like a lovely discovery, I always enjoy a place where you can rely on the quality of the food 🙂

  2. Your food looks absolutely gorgeous, Anca, I’m not surprised you’re a frequent visitor – lucky you to have a restaurant so close to you 🙂 x

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