Where everyone’s a regular
There is no better way to end your excursion at Regent's park than by stopping by this Marylebone gem. Wander down a street full of boutiques and bustling businesses and you’ll find the Royal Oak, right across from St. Mary’s church. All visitors are welcomed and cherished, both old and new, human and canine.
This local’s well rounded menu values quality local ingredients, so you’ll be sure to enjoy a delectable meal. Indulge in head chef Mino’s mouthwatering meals, such as the best selling Pappardelle. With its white pork ragu, Nduja, and fresh parmesan, you’ll be ready for seconds and thirds. Accompany your meal with devilishly delightful wines, carefully curated from the best vines. If you prefer a heartier beverage, you can select a beer or cider from a range of offerings by local London brewers, such as Gipsy Hill, Camden Hells, and Two Tribes.
A perfect addition to an afternoon excursion
This pub has been a local watering hole since the early 19th century. Follow the footsteps of previous Londoners with a lovely stroll through Hyde or Regents park, followed by a cool drink and hearty food at the Royal Oak, which is just a stone's throw away. If you fancy a bit of entertainment afterwards, why not stop by the nearby Madame Tussauds?