- Main course: £10
- Food spend: £25
A unique Georgian townhouse that towers over a leafy street corner of Islington, The Marquess Tavern was Timeout’s Gastro Pub of the Year for 2006. Tasty rustic dishes partner award-winning Young’s ales and sophisticated wines, which can be enjoyed al fresco in the garden terrace.
A daily-changing menu at The Marquess Tavern in London incorporates seasonal ingredients into classic British dishes, such as the whole Hampshire partridge with girolles, asparagus, pancetta, glazed baby onions and red wine sauce. Pub classics feature pale ale-battered haddock and triple-cooked chips, while an ‘allotment’ platter celebrates fresh rural options with soft boiled duck egg, Oak tree farm vegetable fritters and Cornish brie.
The Marquess Tavern pub is characterised by a high Georgian ceiling with an expansive and bright central sunroof, while quirky light fittings and colourful furniture complete the interior. Outdoors, a wooden terrace area opens out onto a sprawling green garden, where a locally-brewed Young’s ale or carefully-selected wine can be enjoyed in the sunlight.
The Marquess Tavern overlooks the New River Walk, and is just a 5-minute walk from Essex Road Station.
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