An eclectic British pub, The Marquess Tavern offers a modern British menu, showcasing the best in seasonal produce. Hearty mains and wholesome weekend brunches are bolstered by a menu of old school desserts, while the bar at The Marquess Tavern offers the stock of real ales Young's pubs have become famous for. Chunky wood tables and a spirit and pump-lined bar make this a popular spot for relaxed and informal all-day dining.
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The Marquess Tavern
32 Canonbury StreetCanonburyLondonN1 2TB
- +44 (0)20 7354 2975
- Public transport:
- Essex Road
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"PLATES!" scream the voices in my head "What's wrong with P L A T E S ? "
My least favourite plate substitute? The ever-popular breadboard. Especially when they are so small that your food falls off onto the table. It just doesn't work.
So it's a good job that said food was top notch pub grub. I had a steak sandwich that had a thick, juicy steak in it with delicious tomatoes and rocket and D...more
Have now eaten here and it was great. We had lamb which was cooked two ways - part roasted and part slow cooked and presented in a pastilla. The lamb was tender and succulent although (if I was being super critical) the lamb in the pastilla could have packed a bit more punch. The dish was completed with mash and greens which were fine but a bit non-descript.
Only downside was that the menu...more
We had some friends in town and had been meaning to visit the Marquess Tavern for some time given we live about a five-minute walk away, so we made a booking for Saturday night and went in for dinner. And while it's super cute, and looks like it would be a great place for a drink, I'll admit the food was a bit lacking. Well, lacking in everything but SALT. I don't know what happened--the menu...more
Surprisingly good food at a laid back place--despite the presence of the Six Nations on TV. Can't have it all I guess. The rugby fans were typically polite.
Had a startlingly good Sunday roast, then a disappointing spotted dick. Cool spot off the beaten path, worth a visit if you're in Deep Islington.more
Great pub that has all the right ingredients.
Victorian pub with inviting main bar room that is cosy yet spacious. Original wood panelled interior and have resisted the temptation to paint it beige (plus points for that). Good beers on tap and friendly staff. Relaxed vibe and low level music.
The bar opens up to a spacious and high ceilinged dining area at the rear creating a very pleasant...more