Kitchen opening times:
Saturday 11pm-4pm / Sunday 12-4pm
Dinner: Monday-Saturday 6pm-11pm / Sunday 6pm-9pm
Breakfast Buns to eat in or take away: Sundays only from 10:30am
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
About The Marksman Public House
The Marksman is a public house and dining room in the east end of London. Located on the corner of Horatio Street and Hackney Road, it's less than a ten minute walk from Hoxton station or a short bus or cab ride from Shoreditch, Old Street and Liverpool Street stations.
Serving the best of local beers, ales, lagers and ciders bottled and on draught alongside a selection of fine wines and spirits and with a bar menu and an exceptional restaurant offering seven days a week, The Marksman is both a great place to drink and a great place to eat
Great meal and vibe!
We had such a lovely dinner. Food was delicious and service impeccable.
We had a truly lovely evening. Our server went above and beyond and was able to answer our rather extensive list of questions with regards to the menu which really helped! Many thanks again.
Great food and excellent service - a winning combination!
un bellissimo vecchio pub, perfettamente conservato, elegante e dolcemente illuminato la sera, romantica terrazza. Menu delizioso, pub food all'ennesima potenza, materie prime eccellenti e preparazioni scrupolosamente eseguite. Bella carta dei vini, cocktails ottimi e birre top.
Awful service. Felt hounded constantly by the staff and told I needed to leave by 3pm as soon as I had arrived! Very disappointed, especially as it being a birthday meal.
Very poor service: food just came out when it was ready. One person waited ages for the main course while another had their main delivered but not the side dish. Side dish was cold. One main was lukewarm. Serving staff couldn't care less.
Decent, but overrated
Good food - as per usual - but the service was so much slower and disorganised than usual (and I've been 4-5 times before). Orders were incorrect a few times, the waiter challenged us on our choices a few times (we were sure what we wanted!) and it took ages to get our food. We were there for nearly 3 hours for just a 2 course meal. Love the food but am wary of going back because of the service yesterday...
Third visit. Second time for Sunday roast. All three times on second floor. Food was excellent. Service was not so great. Service was impeccable the prior two visits. Maybe a new hire? Will come back again. Thank you.
Really amazing food! Very good restaurant quality rather than typical bistro pub fare. Portions could be a bit bigger maybe though it's a tapas-like idea. The only dish that was a bit disappointing was the crab as it wasn't very evident. Staff were excellent. Beer selection much appreciated.
This was our first visit. We found the staff charming and professional and food exceptional. We will be back soon Cheers
Had a good evening with friends
No butter and honey tart the evening of our visit, which ought to have been gutting as it was the whole raison d'etre of our visit, but actually everything else was so good that it barely mattered. Lovely room, excellent service. Chicken pie, lamb faggots to die for. Music could be a smidgeon less loud. Would return, would recommend.
Our waitress was lovely! She said it was her first night. Please pass on our thanks.
While in London for two weeks, I had the pleasure of dining at this fine establishment. From the moment we stepped into the downstairs bar, we were treated as long time customers. Every staff member was very welcoming and experts in their field. It doesn't hurt that the food was amazing too. Every dish was delectable, but my mind still drifts when thinking of the chicken pie for two. Truly one of the finest meals we had in London. 5 stars.
Absolutely delicious as always
Truly exceptional food!
Best Sunday roast in London. Whatever you do in life get that brown butter and honey tart for dessert. You’re welcome.
We have been coming since you opened. We miss Friday lunch times. On Saturday, a lovely day and following mention in Time Out, no food service on the balcony. Noisy inside, especially with door open. Found the food very expensive - £60 rib for two! Likewise wine now expensive, £56 for house red? Unlikely to return.
Had a great dinner. Service spot on, food fantastic, wine great. Big thanks to Elle for looking after us.
Very weel served Sunday roast. Great experience in Hampsted
Over priced £30 for half a chicken and green beans. Potatoes and Yorkshire puddings as extra! Were they even roast potatoes? Our green beans were served fridge cold and uncooked. They were warmed up for us, but still raw. It was very strange. We were told the raspberry/apple pie was served without custard or ice cream. Pouring cream was offered but was extra. Looked shocked so waiter said he wouldn't charge. Tea and coffee was served with only brown sugar, no tea spoons. Tea arrived with no milk, had to ask for it. Dinner served without condiments, All had to be requested. Seated at a terrible table, constantly knocked and nudged by people arriving and leaving. Worse Sunday lunch ever. Left hungry. And down £84.00.
Great Sunday roast - delicious food, lovely staff!