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The Natural Kitchen

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http://www.thenaturalkitchen.com/ Address: 77 Marylebone High Street Rating: 4 out of 5 stars This feels like a more upscale Whole Foods Market with an affordable and good food to eat for Breakfast and Lunch.  They have good smoothies as well if you love them.

Coco Momo

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http://www.foodandfuel.co.uk/coco-momo/ Address:  79 Marylebone High Street Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Restaurant was quite nice, it feels like you are in some Parisian Restaurant.  The food - Burger was so so, you can get better ones while the Salad was just OK.

La Fromagerie

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http://www.lafromagerie.co.uk/ Nearest Tube Station: Baker Street or Bond Street Station Address:  2-6 Moxon St, London W1U 4EW , along Marylebone High Street Stars: 5 out of 5 One of my favorite brunch places in Marylebone High Street, this is a cheese and organic grocery store and has several tables for food.  The menu changes daily depending on what is available.  The food is actually good, try out the charcuterie and the cheese board. Italian Cheeseboard and Charcuterie Rookery Farm Scramled Eggs and Mottra Caviar Interesting and Good Pistachio Lime Cake French Toast It's Yummy! Their Cake Selection

Daylesford Marylebone

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A newly opened place (June 28, 2015) where they serve organic food.  It's not that crowded yet so it is great to grab brunch there.  Also, there is a shop that you can buy food, bread, and meat. Link:  http://daylesford.com/marylebone/ Address:  6-8 Blandford Street, Marylebone The Meat "Aquarium" beside the toilets Yogurt

Walllace Collections

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The Wallace Collection is home to one of Europes finest collections of works of art, paintings, furniture, arms & armour and porcelain. (Wallace Collection) Personally, Rather than walking along Oxford street, this is one place that I will visit especially if I have an hour to spare.  Beautiful house centrally located with gorgeous rooms and amazing artifacts.  I personally like the European Armor collection in the Ground Floor. If you are hungry, the kitchen is also a very nice brunch/breakfast/snack area (it looks like an nice open space). Website: www.wallacecollection.org Address: Hertford House, Manchester Square, London W1U 3BN And while you probably knew the paintings seen during "For the First Time in Forever" were all reinterpretations of classic paintings, you might not have known Jean-HonorĂ© Fragonard's "The Swing" was also the inspiration for Tangled's art style, tying the two Disney movies together ( site )

The Providores and Tapa Room

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Address: 109 Marylebone Road, London NW1 Nearest Tube Station: Bakerloo Station (otherwise, you can walk from Oxford Street [Bond Street]) Website: www.theprovidores.co.uk Costs: Brunch costs around 10 pounds and coffee around 2.50 - 3 pounds. Overall Feedback: It is the sister restaurant of Kopapa in Covent Garden.  The food is known for its chorizo and Turkish Eggs breakfast and brunch meals.  I like the food and it is centrally located in the beautiful Marylebone High Street. Turkish Eggs with Yoghurt I think this is one of their famous brunch dishes.  I love the Turkish eggs mixed with yoghurt and eaten with sourdough bread. Chorizo with Sweet Potato A great combination of Chorizo and Sweet potato.  Really great for Brunch. French Toast with Banana and Pecan Nuts It tastes different but nothing spectacular.  You can probably skip this and just order other brunch/breakfast meals. Flat White Coffee It is OK. Nothing great about their