“Marylebone High Street is one of my favorite places in London. It really has stood up to the challenge of the high street chain stores and is a quite remarkable place. The Howard de Walden Estate has done such a wonderful job managing and nurturing the area to give it diversity, individuality, and a sensitive choice of shops, restaurants, and cafés. The Marylebone Farmers’ Market, which takes place on Sundays, is always worth a visit. It’s one of the original street markets and is still up there among the best. They usually have between 20 and 30 stalls selling the very best fruit, vegetables, meat, game, fresh fish, and herbs. You will find locals doing their weekly shopping alongside food lovers from all over the capital on the lookout for treats. It feels very much like you could be in the countryside, yet you are only a short walk away from the chaos of Oxford Street.” —Jasper Conran Cramer St. Car Park off Marylebone High St.