In line with its sister restaurant in Knightsbridge, and its namesake luxurious private members’ club, Harry’s Bar draws inspiration from 1950’s Italian glamour. Diego Cardosa, formerly of Michelin-starred Murano, has created a seasonal Italian menu serving traditional dishes such as fried courgette flower, linguine vongole and lobster risotto. Situated on St Christopher’s Place, tucked away behind Selfridge’s and Oxford Street, the wood-panelled walls, chic artwork and dimly lit banquette-styled seating makes it a perfect destination to duck out of the crowds and enjoy a hearty meal.

30-34 James Street,

Marylebone, W1U 1ER