Restaurants in Marlow

Marlow has plenty of places to eat, as shown in the listing below. We have given our personal views , and comments from the venues.

The Coach

Michelin starred Gastropub

West Street SL7 2LS – 01628 401538

Tom Kerridge’s one Michelin starred place in town – an informal setting, with amazing food and top staff.

“… a one Michelin-starred pub brought to you by the team behind  The Hand and Flowers. Led by head chef Sarah Hayward, our aim is to offer a flexible, relaxed and accessible pub where everybody is welcome.” 

Open Wednesday-Sunday & breakfast at weekends. Daily reservations made online or on 01628 401538

Sindu

Indian food from Atul Kochhar

The Compleat Angler SL7 1RG – 01628 405405

One of two restaurants Atul Kochhar has in Marlow, this one serves stunning food in the superb setting of the Compleat Angler hotel.

“The menus at Sindhu are inspired by Atul Kochhar’s love of traditional Indian cuisine, brought to life by his continuous research into ever-evolving regional dishes, combined with his dedication to using the finest British ingredients. The result is a totally unique and innovative style of modern Indian cuisine.

All this in a beautifully designed space with breathtaking views across the Thames – the perfect setting for Atul’s sophisticated cuisine”

Vaasu

Indian food from Atul Kochhar

2 Chapel St, SL7 1DD – 01628 362274

Atul Kochhar’s second restaurant in Marlow – offering one of the best tasting menus we’ve ever tried!

“The approach to dining at Vaasu is simple – first class, friendly service and dishes packed with flavour. With a menu inspired by Atul’s native home and intrepid travels across India, every dish champions quality produce. The rich landscapes, traditions and architecture from across India provide a warm welcome for friends, families, couples and groups.

Atul Kochhar is passionate about quality, ethically-sourced and finely-preserved ingredients to create the most exquisite dishes. At Vaasu, chef sources the best of each state — from chillies from Kashmir to ginger and corn from the north–eastern states — to ensure India cuisine par excellence.”

The Ivy Marlow Garden

British/European/Asian

66 – 68 High Street, SL7 1AH – 01628 902777

Always a treat to go here, a stylish setting with fab food and friendly service.

“From modern British classics to Asian-inspired cuisine and fantastic vegan and vegetarian dishes, there’s something for everyone to love.

The main restaurant is a beautiful place to relax, with glamourous Art-Deco detail and a show-stopping onyx bar. Our scenic garden, meanwhile, offers an al fresco haven for tourists and locals alike during the summer months.

Whether you’re booking for breakfast, brunch, dinner, lunch, or afternoon tea with friends, you’ll find everything you need right here – a warm welcome, delicious food, incredible cocktails and friendly, knowledgeable service.”

Du Luca (Italian, Marlow Bottom)

Web: www.dalucarestaurant.com Tel: 01628 478150 5 Kingswood Parade, Marlow Bottom, SL7 3NT

“After years of experience in the Restaurant Industry, I wanted to offer Marlow Bottom a taste of authentic Italian cuisine with the Southern influences of my home region of Calabria Italy. Offering all fresh ingredients chosen by myself from venturing out in the early hours to get the freshest fish from the famous London Billingsgate market and Meat, Fruit and Vegatables all locally sourced and made on the day.”

Suum Vietnamese Kitchen

Anglers Court, SL7 1DB , 01628 471110.suumkitchen.com    

Suum MyMarlow

A brilliant restaurant tucked away in Angler Court Marlow. Serving Vietnamese food  “prepared in traditional Vietnamese home-cook style” we have been impressed with every visit. The setting is great, food is really good – fresh, fragrant, packed with taste. To top it all off, the owners Nhan and Nhung are a really lovely friendly couple! Highly recommend a visit – oh, and they do take-aways too.


The Ivy Marlow Garden

66-68 High Street, 01628 902 777, theivymarlowgarden.com      

If the name sounds familiar, yes – this is is under the same ownership as the famous Ivy restaurant in London, but is a more relaxed affair albeit retaining the sophistication you might expect from the name. Offers all-day family dining for breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner. We love the sophisticated interior styling, and when the weather suits we will always opt for the gorgeous garden which is a real oasis at the heart of Marlow. Always high on the list of places we recommend when asked!

Marlow Bar and Grill

www.individualrestaurants.com/bar-and-grill/marlow
photo of pub or restaurantA popular and busy restaurant, with a menu focused on the “grill” aspect, but with other options for those not inclined to have a chink of meat. But.. if that’s your thing, the steaks never fail to impress. At a recent visit the menu included a “tomahawk” steak – a huge 800g beast served attached to the rib, slow cooked for 6 hours, and ideal to share. Stylish setting with a small bar at the front for cocktails and aperitifs. There is also an all weather terrace at the back, allowing guests to dine alfresco, rain or shine with a retractable roof!
92 High Street (find on Google Maps), 01628 488544

Bull Inn

photo of pub or restaurantA large and pretty special restaurant. Housed in a historic inn dating back centuries, the food is mostly French in influence. Food and wine are fantastic, as is the service. A great place to go for a special occasion. One nice touch was the ‘graphic’ display of specials shown as we sipped aperitifs in the bar – we were shown plates of raw and fresh ingredients and had explained the various ways we could have them cooked!
Bisham Village, 01628 484734

La Cantina del Vino (Italian)

www.lacantinadelvino.co.uk/marlow
photo of pub or restaurantWow. Lovely Italian food in superb setting – a converted barn, right in the town centre! We have always received a genuinely warm and friendly welcome, and enjoyed the food. Thoroughly recommended.
In their own words:A friendly restaurant featuring good authentic Italian food in a comfortable, modern surroundings. La Cantina Del Vino offers alfresco dining in the warm summer months and a variety of eating experiences including seasonal dishes, home-made Italian favourites and the versatility of Italian style dining outside normal lunch and dinner hours.
The Barn, 6-7 Morris Place, SL7 1DF, 01628 477885

The Compleat Angler (Hotel)

www.macdonaldhotels.co.uk/compleatangler
photo of pub or restaurantHigh quality, well presented food, attentive service and a great riverside location. The main Bowaters restaurant is a 2 AA Rosette restaurant serving modern British food, with meals around 40 per head, for 3 courses excluding wine. They also serve lighter bites and snacks in the Lounge and the Cocktail Bar.
, 0870 4008100

Cote Brasserie

www.cote-restaurants.co.uk
photo of pub or restaurantCote serves classic brasserie dining from breakfast through to lunch and dinner, daily. Inspired by new trends in Paris, award-winning Cote is dedicated to serving authentic dishes with a modern twist, using high quality produce at great prices. The weekday lunch and early evening menu provides outstanding value at 9.95 for two courses and 11.90 for three courses.
57 West Street, SL7 2LS (find on Google Maps)

Marlow Tandoori (Delivery ONLY) (Indian)

www.marlowtandoori.com
photo of pub or restaurantA long established takeaway that closed its town centre premises in 2012, but – THEY CAN STILL DELIVER TO YOUR HOUSE!! The food itself is of very high quality, delivery is usually very prompt. Their menu has some really interesting and tasty items in the “Recommended Dishes” section… but it’s all recommended really!
(no longer in town centre), 01628 472017

Da Luca Facebook logo

www.dalucarestaurant.com/
In their own words:Tue to Fri 12pm-2:30pm, 6pm-10pm Sat – Sun 12pm-10pm
5 Kingswood Parade, Marlow Bottom, SL7 3NT (find on Google Maps), 01628 478 150

Danesfield House

www.danesfieldhouse.co.uk
photo of pub or restaurantEverything said about the Compleat Angler food and restaurant service also applies here, and the setting of the Oak Room restaurant is very grand indeed. In fact, the service is unsurpassed, with waiting staff seemingly on permanent standby to attend your needs. The building itself is impressive, and so are the gardens leading to views across the Thames – providing an ideal spot for aperitifs. No problems with delivery of drinks, either! Also a great location for Afternoon Tea.
Henley Road, 01628 891010

The George and Dragon

www.tabletable.co.uk
photo of pub or restaurantRestaurant part of the ‘Table Table’ chain. The ‘concept’ is that each table is different to all the others, and you pick one suited to your group size and mood. It actually works well, with several alcoves – you certainly don’t feel surrounded by other diners. The food is very good value, and is probably the most cost effective eating out in Marlow. Also see entry in pub guide
The Causeway, 0870 111 2832

Giggling Squid Twitter logo

http://www.gigglingsquid.com/branches/marlow.html
photo of pub or restaurant24 West Street, SL7 2BP, 01628 483047

 

 

 

The Hand and Flowers

www.thehandandflowers.co.uk
photo of pub or restaurantOwner Tom Kerridge has earned the Hand and Flowers TWO Michelin stars – lauded in the press as the only 2 star “gastro-pub” in the UK, though it really is much more restaurant than pub! The atmosphere is very cosy – all low beams and candles. The food is simply delicious – I loved the duck and foie gras parfait on toasted brioche starter. Tom has won The Great British Menu TV show 2 years in a row, and both dishes are on the menu here. The 2011 Winner ‘Hog Roast’ really has to be seen to be believed, and tasted – spectacular stuff.
West Street, 01628 482277

Maliks

www.maliks.co.uk
photo of pub or restaurantA quite upmarket Indian Restaurant, which also does take-away. Service has been friendly on our visits, and when turning up for take-aways. The food is as good as any other Indian food on offer in Marlow, although different in style. Amongst my friends there is disagreement over which is the best – so it just comes down to personal taste. I’ve not been disappointed with any meal in any of Marlow’s Indian restaurants!
101 High Street, 01628 482180

Pizza Express Facebook logoTwitter logo

www.pizzaexpress.com/visit-a-restaurant/restaurant/marlow/
photo of pub or restaurantGreat pizzas, as well as salads and “al forno” dishes like lasagna – generous in portion size, and we always find the staff to be knowledgeable, welcoming and enthusiastic. My personal preference is for the ultra thin Romana base pizzas – lovely and crisp! They change the menu through the year, it is welcoming to families and large groups, we go here a lot. You can read our full thoughts in our detailed blog review
48 High St, SL7 1AW, 01628 475333

Prezzo Twitter logoFacebook logo

www.prezzorestaurants.co.uk/restaurant/marlow
Part of a large chain of over 160 restaurants. As you might expect, there is a wide range of pizzas and pastas, plus a limited number of meat+side dish meals. I prefer the “VIPizza”, which has a larger, thin and crispy base with space for more toppings! If you have been to another Prezzo – you know what to expect – but it is decent, good value stuff!
21 High Street, SL7 1AU , 01628 475833

The Royal Oak Twitter logo

www.royaloakmarlow.co.uk
photo of pub or restaurantA deservedly popular location for a meal out, and has a good reputation locally (and beyond, I expect). Genuinely friendly staff, and delicious food. At my last visit I was equally happy with the starter of squid 6.50, and then the 21 day aged rib-eye steak 17.75. (Also see entry in our Pub listings)
Frieth Road, Bovingdon Green, SL7 2JF, 01628 488611

Sindhu by Atul Kochhar Twitter logoFacebook logo

www.sindhurestaurant.co.uk
photo of pub or restaurant
In their own words:Sindhu by Atul Kochhar is the latest venture by the Michelin-starred chef that offers diners the very best of traditional Indian cuisine in a contemporary manner. Atul’s menus are inspired by his love of traditional Indian cuisine combined with his dedication to using only the finest British ingredients. The result is an innovative and unique style of authentic modern Indian cuisine offering a selection of deliciously distinctive creations. Our testing menu offers diners an exquisite selection of perfectly chosen courses which have each been created by Head Chef Gopal Krishnan.
The Compleat Angler Hotel, Marlow Bridge, SL7 1AG, 0870 4008100
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Subway

www.subway.co.uk
photo of pub or restaurantA Subway… just like all the others – you probably know what to expect. Home of the foot-long roll!
31 Spittal St, SL7 3HJ, 01628 487575

 

 

Tiger Garden

www.tigergarden.co.uk

https://www.facebook.com/TigerGardenUK
photo of pub or restaurantAn upmarket Indian restaurant, which serves some great curries. Have a look at the menu on the website.
41 West Street, 01628 482211

 

 

Vanilla Pod

www.thevanillapod.co.uk
Quite simply our favourite restaurant in Marlow. The food is best described as British with French influences. Owner and head chef Michael Macdonald has had a considerable track record in restaurants of note.. and his skills are best demonstrated in the multi course ‘Gourmand Menu’… superb, and certainly worth the £60 a head price. Typical courses include: -Seared Scallops with Tahitian Vanilla poached Pear Puree -Roast Rump of Lamb, Flagolet Puree and Aged Balsamic Jus -Praline Creme Brulee with Baileys Ice Cream
31 West Street, 01628 898101

Zizzi’s

www.zizzi.co.uk/venue/index/marlow
photo of pub or restaurantStylish interior, with a small garden also. Offers a good range of pizza and pasta, in generous portions. Do decent salads too – the Superfood Salad manages to be healthy and filling! The main room can get noisy when busy – due to the acoustics caused by high ceilings I suspect. This would only be an issue if you wanted a quiet romantic meal perhaps.
The Old Brewery, High Street, SL7 1AQ, 01628 890200

To be added soon:  Satollo