Restaurants in Marlborough include Chinese, Thai and Italian offer a wide range of dining experience from simple to sophisticated both inside and outside town.
The town is situated on the old London to Bath coaching route in the heart of Wiltshire. There are many attractions close by, the Savernake Forest and the Kennet and Avon canal to mention two as well as Avebury Stone Circle. This World Heritage site is less well known but in many ways much more attractive and interesting to visit than that of Stonehenge in the south of the county.
Today in the UK it is no longer the case that restaurants are regarded the preserve of fine dining. Pubs, small hotels and many other businesses, in some cases not normally associated with eating out offer good quality meals, service and value for money. You will also find an excellent selection of ethnic food as well as bistros, brasseries and teashops within the town.
Runner up of the National "Addlestones People's Choice Gastropub Award" 2008 and awarded second place in Wiltshire Life's Wiltshire Restaurant / Pub of the Year 2009 Silks on the Downs is a village pub and restaurant, with rooms just one mile outside Marlborough on the Swindon road at Ogbourne St Andrew and set in racehorse training countryColes Bar and Restaurant
, close to the centre, has been in the town for thirteen years and during this time has established a high reputation for its cuisine not only locally but much further afield.
Coles offers an excellent selection of seasonal and delicious food consistently using only the best and freshest ingredients. The chefs devise menus that are accomplished, seasonal and thoughtful.
Overlooking the main restaurant Coles also offer a private, well designed, air conditioned function room, perfect for smaller weddings, business functions or parties from twelve to a maximum of forty two guests. .
The Harrow is very unique and located in the tiny village of Little Bedwyn close to the Kennet Avon Canal which lies to the southeast of the town. Transformed from a derelict inn in 1998, when the present owners Roger and Sue Jones took over, to one of the most acclaimed restaurants outside London having recently collected the prestigious national Enjoy England ‘Taste of England Award of Excellence 2009’.
The Roebuck Inn is on the London Road not far from the centre. Originally a coaching inn (Marlborough is on the old London to Bath coaching route) the inn has a forty seater restaurant and their exceptional menus have been designed to the very highest standards using ingredients sourced locally wherever possible.
Just one minute from the centre of the town is the Godots Bar Brasserie where you can enjoy lunch or dinner in the restaurant with prime steaks, braised oxtail and venison and also a choice of daily seafood specials
There is a good selection of ethnic restaurants in Marlborough. Indian, Chinese and Thai as well as authentic Italian cuisine at Pino’s, a family run restaurant in the High Street. Close to and only a few minutes walk from the main High Street The Blue Orchid serves the very best of Thai food, combining classic Thai with their very own modern creations, a favourite with discerning diners.
There is also an excellent teashop in the town, The Polly Tea Rooms
again in the High Street, perfect for popping in for refreshments or full meals after time spent browsing Marlborough’s varied and interesting shops. Apart from a main lunchtime menu including sandwiches and snacks a comprehensive breakfast menu is also available up until 12.00 noon seven days a week.
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