Pub in the Park – Marlow Menus announced!

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Pub in the Park has just unveiled menus coming to Marlow this May (18th -21st) , with news of children’s dishes, chef specials and vegetarian option at all restaurants!

This year, the line-up will feature the largest number of local restaurants including three new additions to the Marlow line-up – The Oarsman, Ginger Wings and The Crown at Burchetts Green. These will be joining festival favourite’s The Hand & Flowers and Atul Kochhar Restaurants.

Brand new for this year, Pub in the Park will be introducing a Chef’s Special dish on each menu. This item will be a personal take on a dish that inspired the chefs, or a wonderful memory they just can’t forget.

The Hand & Flowers’ Chef’s Special will be Tom’s take on a classic Curry Dog. Tom Kerridge’s nostalgic take on a classic hot dog, served with curry ketchup, chilli and mint chutney with bombay mix. Tom says “This hot dog is a massive trip down memory lane and reminds me of going for a deep fried sausage and curry sauce at the local chippy when growing up in Matson, Gloucestershire.”

Due to popular demand, for the first time, every pub and restaurant at the festival will offer a children’s dish, so those little tummies will be equally as content as the big kids, highlights include; Berber & Q’s Hummus with tahini, Roth Bar & Grill’s The Little Dog; Homemade pork sausage on a stick with ketchup, and a brilliant child friendly beef burger from The Coach.

In addition, this year, each restaurant will have at least one veggie option on the menu including; Hoppers’ Jackfruit and Chickpea Curry, The Hand & Flowers’s Vegetarian Hot Dog with Matson curry ketchup and Bombay mix and The Star Inn’s Yorkshire Pea and Garden Mint Ravioli.

Tickets are on sale now from, and check out the mouth watering menus below.

Menus announced so far:

All looks amazing, and can’t wait to tuck into as many of these dishes as we can!! 🙂

Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded in its original version back in 2000 - yes the internet DID exist back then. Brought up in Marlow, went to school here, now has children at the same schools. Quite clearly loves all things Marlow - hence spending over 2 decades doing this!

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