Rick Stein’s Marlborough restaurant brings a taste of Cornwall to the heart of Wiltshire
Lloran House, an attractive Grade II Listed building, thought to have been originally built in the 18th century has been renovated to create a 100 seat restaurant, perfectly situated on the high street, just a short walk away from the church.
Serving Rick’s iconic seafood dishes, this is the place to eat in Marlborough for long leisurely lunches and relaxed evenings with friends. Look forward to classics such a lobster, oysters Charentaise and ribeye steak.
Enjoy our set menu with 2 course from £20.95 or stop in for a light breakfast and a cup of good coffee any day of the week. Plus, a takeaway menu to enjoy your favourites at home.
|2022 - Breakfast (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
* Takeaway available every day 12noon - 9pm
- Locally sourced produce
- Serve evening meal
- Serve lunch
- In town/city centre
Map & Directions
Marlborough can be approached from a number of different directions. If you enter the postcode, SN8 1HQ, into a sat nav, it will bring you to the high street where we are situated. Parking is available in the middle of the high street every day except Wednesday and Saturday when the market is running and there are various other car parks nearby too.
Public Transport Directions
Although Marlborough doesn't have a railway station, it's only a 1 hour 10min journey to London Paddington from Pewsey station (a 15-minute drive from Marlborough) and London is just over an hour away if you take the train from Swindon, which is a 25-minute drive from town. Trains to Paddington from Great Bedwyn station — 20 minutes away by car — take around 1 hr 15 mins.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good278
- paulbcarterSt. Albans, United KingdomTrip Type:FamilySuperb Father’s Day mealSunday, 19th June 2022Had a fantastic lunch here today. Food was superb. Tried new things from the menu and wasn’t disappointed. Lovely service from our waitress Bryony. Warm welcome too from all the other staff. Can’t... Read full review
- Susan GLondon, United KingdomFirst visit back since Covid.Thursday, 23rd June 2022Ate here for lunch for the third time and first time since Covid. The windows and doors were open as it was a hot day. Staff friendly and service efficient. Food was standard and on the expensive... Read full review
- 583robinhBristol, United KingdomTrip Type:CouplesGloriousMonday, 27th June 2022Faultless from welcome to ambience, food and the team. Just the sort of experience we hoped for and was delivered. If I have a niggle I think £6.50 pretty steep for a glass of wine = nearly £40 a... Read full review