The 2,560sq ft site is located within a new development on the corner of the junction with Paddington Street.
“The key driver behind our leasing strategy, working with [landlord] Ronson Capital Partners, was to secure a quality operator that complemented the high-end nature of the development, its residents and the location,” says Richard Griston, partner at property advisor Knight Frank, which helped secure the site.
“Wulf & Lamb is a great fit for Chiltern Place that will only enhance the offering and reputation of food and beverage concepts in Marylebone.”
The brainchild of restauranteurs Rosanna Von Zweigbergk and Philip Ryan, Wulf & Lamb opened its first site on Pavilion Road in Chelsea in 2017, with ex-Vanilla Black head chef Franco Casolin heading up the kitchen.
The all-day menu features a range of breakfast dishes including a ‘Full Wulf Breakfast’ with potato layer cake, borlotti ragoût, scrambled ackee, lemon spinach sautéed peppers, mushrooms, and toasted sourdough.
Lunch and dinner options, meanwhile, include a chilli made with ppiced mushrooms, lentils and kidney beans, served on basmati herb rice with cashew sour cream, lime, and coriander cress; and a ‘Wulf Burger’ featuring a seitan patty topped with tomato, baby gem, pickle, red onion and cashew aioli.