Carousel London | Marylebone Restaurant
We saw a chameleon yesterday.
So it’s fair to say that it was a pretty shit chameleon.
One thing it did have going for it, however, was that it encouraged us to reflect on how exciting it would be if there existed a restaurant capable of reinventing itself as easily and quickly as (talented) chameleons can.
It was a timely reflection, because now there is…
Roll up, roll up to Carousel: three floors of pop up happenings, foodie events and guest chef residencies in a restaurant that’ll be reinventing itself every few weeks from now until the end of time.
Brought to you by the band of brothers cousins responsible for the immersive, Pan Am-style, ‘Mile High’ dining experiences, it’s located bang in the middle of Bond Street and Baker Street tube stations and contains a handsome ground floor restaurant where guest chefs are hosted each month; an expansive basement for shindigs, banquets and epicurean adventures; a third floor space for film screenings and intimate gatherings; and an outside terrace…
… for people who want to go outside.
NOTE: You can reserve tables, book tickets and generally find out what’s happening at Carousel each month by visiting its website… here.
ALSO NOTE: They have a talented pet chameleon in the building. Drinks on the house forever if you spot him.
Carousel | 71 Blandford Street, Marylebone, W1U 8AB
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