The Thameside town Marlow is close to London, yet surrounded by Buckinghamshire countryside. Marlow rail station has regular services to Maidenhead, with connections to central London. Restaurants in Marlow include some rather special venues with riverside and marina views, and you can be sure of elegant surroundings and gourmet eats in this prosperous area.
For a really traditional pub experience, head to Ye Olde Dog and Badger, which is deep in the countryside, just 3 miles from Marlow. This 14th-century inn boasts a fascinating history and an extremely tempting menu. The team craft seasonal produce from local farms into traditional pub favourites from grilled rib eye steak, to homemade salmon fishcakes. The selection of Marlow’s specialist ales has earned it a listing in The Real Ale Guide.
If you’re looking for fine dining options amongst Marlow restaurants, try Adam Simmonds at Danesfield House, also occupying an idyllic countryside location. With a Michelin star, 4 AA Rosettes and a rare 8/10 rating from the Good Food Guide, this is the place to enjoy the best in modern European cuisine.