Good Pub Guide

Good Pub Guide Food

Coffee, Tea, Cake?
Bar food times: 12 - 2.30, 6.30 - 9.30; 12.3, 6 - 10 Fri, Sat; 12 - 9 Sun

Creative food championing local produce includes smoked haddock scotch egg with bombay-spiced aioli, bubble and squeak with oak-smoked bacon, free-range poached egg and hollandaise, roasted cauliflower cheese with gruyère, macaroni and piccalilli salad, free-range chicken breast with caramelised shallot tart, goats cheese, butternut squash and toasted hazelnuts, crispy pink peppercorn squid with chorizo risotto and padrón peppers, and puddings such as salted chocolate mousse délice with orange curd and apricot sorbet and rhubarb crème brûlée with ginger cookie.

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Good Pub Guide Information

Awards

Good pub guide approved
Good pub
guide approved
Wine Award
Wine Award
Food Award
Food Award

Information

Sandwiches
Sandwiches
Cask Ales
Cask Ales
Piped Music
Piped Music
Meals and Snacks
Meals and Snacks
Credit Cards
Credit Cards
Dogs allowed in: Dogs Anywhere
Dog allowed
in: Dogs Anywhere

Rating and Comments

3.5/5
126 votes cast
Visited on a Sunday lunchtime in November when the pub was busy. Very much a dining pub with all tables being used to serve Sunday lunch and diners being encouraged to leave once they had finished eating. Well kept Rebellion IPA was especially good and Rebellion's winter ale Roasted Nuts was also on offer. Excellent menu with interesting choice of starters, mains (and not all roasts) and deserts with prices which reflect the Marlow area. Our Sunday lunch roast had tasty good quality meat though the portions aren't large and the roast potatoes could have been better as they weren't at all crispy. A little disappointing for a pub that has a high reputation for it's Sunday lunches.
Stopped at this pub for a lunch stop while out on a long walk on Sunday. The beer was good, staff friendly and a good atmostphere. We didn't need a full meal so just wanted a 'small plate'. The menu was imaginative - I had rosti with salt beef and poached egg. For just under £7 it was a very small portion. My partner had soup (£4.50) which was fine but it was only a very small piece of bread.

Overall I thought this was a bit pricey considering this is not a full restaurant service. The meal is delivered to the table but you have to queue to order and pay at the bar. I may have got better value with a main course which ranged from about £12- £17.
Visited this pub in mid-March 2009. Very much as described in the guide (except Hobgoblin on hand-pump instead of Fullers - the other two real ales were the same). Tasna and her team delvier excellent service, in a natural way, without appearing to have to try too hard, which gives the pub a relaxed feel for the high standard of service. Food is excellent. Wine list is imaginative, good quality and good value. I also took a large work group to the pub before Christmas, and, again, the experience was memorable. Highly recommended.

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