Rick Stein’s Marlborough restaurant brings a taste of Cornwall to the heart of Wiltshire
Our restaurant at the heart of historic Marlborough is quite different to our others. The Grade II listed building comprises various cosy dining rooms split over two floors, a space we proudly bought back to life in 2016. The menu is, of course, a celebration of what we do best, fresh fish and shellfish treated with the utmost respect and skill by our chefs – prize catch like Dover sole, Cornish lobster and scallops take pride of the place for guests to experience with a glass or two of White Burgundy that Charlie strongly recommends.
RICK STEIN’S FOOD STORIES
Rick’s latest series takes you on a culinary adventure across Great Britain. From Cumbria to Bristol and Suffolk to Belfast, he explores the diverse food and drink that people love today. The series showcases 30 dishes, two of which you’ll find on our menu…
Hake with Beer, Bacon and Cabbage
This is a tried and tested classic that Rick was inspired to bring back to the fore after a visit to a Wild Card Brewery in East London. Not known for his love of craft beer, Rick quite surprised himself during this visit and on his return to Padstow used the beer as the base of a sauce to pair with hake.
Salt Cod Fish Cakes
The delightful combination of salt cod fish cakes and a good spoonful of aioli might transport you to the Spanish coast somewhere. But no, the recipe for this fab dish was discovered near Bristol at a café called Houria during his Food Stories travels. We rather like a plate or two to share for the table as an appetiser.