126 West Street, MARLOW, SL7 2BP
Tom Kerridge and his sculptor wife Beth continue to run this highly successful, 18th-century pub on the town's outskirts. Tom continues to gather accolades at a rapid rate, and such is the popularity of his restaurant, booking well in advance to eat here is essential. Acclaim notwithstanding, it remains a relaxed and unpretentious place, with flagstone floors, old beams and timbers, log fires and striking modern art. Fans of Greene King will be familiar with the real ale line-up, except perhaps for the guest beer, Marlow Brewery's curiously-named Rebellion Roasted Nuts. Tom's cooking is broadly modern British with rustic French backing, resulting in seasonal menus featuring perhaps Wiltshire pork tenderloin with pickled mustard leaf, malt-glazed cheek and garlic sausage; spiced fillet of Cornish brill with roasted cauliflower and peanut crumble; and Essex lamb 'bun' with sweetbreads and salsa verde.
Tel: 01628 482277
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Abbot Ale, Morland Old Speckled Hen, Rebellion Roasted Nuts
12-2.45 6.30-9.45 (Sun 12-3.15)
24-26 Dec, 1 Jan Dinner, Sun eve
No coach parties catered.