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God's Garden and Cue Point

Updated: Feb 10, 2023



Opposite Regent's Park, you will spot the beautiful, grade one listed One Marylebone.

One Marylebone was built in 1826 and designed by architect Sir John Soane.

It is now a beautiful events venue.


Take the side entrance to discover God's Garden winter garden bar.


God's Garden is a pop up heated hideout serving beautiful cocktails and delicious food.

British, Afgan, BBQ restauant, Cue Point have taken over the food residency.

Cue Point infuse British classics with an Afgan flavour and was founded by Joshua and Mursal.

They were inspired by their British heritage, ethnic background and their personal experience growing up in London.


Signature dishes include whole rack of ribs, brisket and nacos. Nacos are soft naan tacos.

There's vegan, halal and gluten free options available.

They are also serving epic Sunday roasts.


The venue is gorgeous, and despite it being cold outside, it was warm in the covered garden.

There's heaters dotted around to keep it cosy but we managed to grab the fire pit area.


You can order Cue Point's food via a QR code.

Drinks need to be ordered from the bar and they offer a decent cocktail menu. Cocktail choices include Paloma, Tommy's margarita and salted caramel espresso martini.


We tried the Tommy's margarita (£12.90) , passionfruit 75 (£14.90) and the life saver (£12.90).

My absolute favourite was the bourbon based life saver. The passionfruit 75 was good but a little bit shy of the champagne and was gone in a few sips!


There is a vegan burger on the menu but it was unavailable the night we went. Therefore I had to opt for a couple of sides but everything I had was delicious.

I had the sweetcorn ribs (£6.50) and triple cooked potatoes (£5.50) and they were stunning.

My friend had the chicken nacos (£6.50) the naco portions were small but very tasty.


THE VERDICT


Gods Garden is a gorgeous and unique venue.

A perfect place to impress someone on a date or to head for a relaxed Sunday roast.

Cue Point's food is outstanding and I would certainly have again. I'd love to try their aubergine or vegan burger dishes.

Bring layers as it can get chilly.

If you're just heading to God's Garden for drinks, book for the fire pit area as it was super cosy and romantic. There's blankets to snuggle up in.


Cue Point also operate out of the Orbit Brewery in Camberwell


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