The Queen's Head
Marlow’s best kept secret is this 16th-century, rose-clad village pub. The stylish interior houses an exciting selection of wine, ale and beer, along with inventive cuisine, making this a great stop for lunch or dinner. A comprehensive menu complements the strong selection of daily specialities, with light lunch bites served in the bar. Owner Daniel prides himself on the quality of the cuisine served, creating impeccable modern fare from local produce. Dishes such as the slow-cooked pork belly confit and lamb Wellington use meat from farms within five miles of the venue, and fresh fish is brought in daily from a local supplier. With walking routes along the River Thames leading to The Queens Head and a menu that changes with the seasons, we’ll certainly be returning to sample whatever else Daniel and his team have to offer.