Kitchen opening times:
Lunch: Friday-Saturday 12pm-3pm / Sunday 12pm-4pm
Dinner: Monday-Saturday 6pm-10pm / Sunday 6pm-9pm
Breakfast Buns to eat in or take away: Sundays only from 10am
- 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
Very good food but service below average
The second time that we came to the Marksman (we are from Paris). Wonderful experience again.
As it was a Tuesday evening and fairly quiet, the atmosphere was not quite the usual buzz. Food was amazing as always.
My boyfriend and I had a wonderful experience in which we barely spoke because the food was so good. The salted cod fritters and pie were highlights.
Great Food, wonderful evening. Will come back soon. Loved it.
Excellent food. Relaxed setting. Really good,
Absolutely delicious food - just keeps getting better. Lovely service. Great combination of seriously good food with cosy East End boozer. A delight.
Food and drink was amazing as usual, really high standard of cooking here. HOWEVER this was tempered somewhat by plain bad service, not sure if it was because it was Sunday night. Firstly we were passed between 5 members of staff just to sit down; “go and ask her” etc. which set the tone. Wrong food was then brought out, which was then whisked away without a word, trying to catch the waiters attention was hard as they just didn’t seem to want to be there at all, and ordering dessert wine saw it come pretty much after (delicious) dessert had been eaten. All in all we would return but the service is nowhere near the standard of the food.
Bit slow at first the service but food and drink made up for that. Those roast potatoes!!! Made our sunday. Will be back.
Was a thoroughly enjoyable day food was too draw. Atmosphere was great just slightly hot but can't be helped in this current climate . Was a nice touch to go out on the terrace for desert and drinks
Great food . Great atmosphere . Will definitely be back again
A great lunch and a great afternoon.
Great Restaurant! One of our favourites but it’s a bit expensive for what is actually offering. 3 course Sunday lunch is priced at £33 but each portion is small (served in small plates). Any side dish is £5 a pop do if u want potteries with your roast (which everyone does) it will cost extra. Chipset house vine in £24 a bottle. Basically for s normal Sunday lunch be prepared to spend £50 a head including service. Not a great value for money! Sorry.
We were sat in the worst table so can't really comment on the atmosphere in the main section of the restaurant, but for where we were sat, with staff constantly banging the door behind us I've had to give 2 stars. The bill was eyewatering for the portions and very average service. The staff in general seemed lovely but our waitress really looked like she didn't want to be there. She looked slightly pained by us, although she was not unprofessional. Most of the food, in particular the cod, and the elderflower jelly, was excellent, however the fat on the beef wasn't properly rendered, which is odd as the fat on the pork was very well rendered. Since the set three cost lunch costs £33 I don't think there should be extra charges for the sides - roast potatoes were amazing, but £5 for a few salad leaves is ridiculous.
Everyone at the Marksman were personable and friendly, which made for a nice atmosphere both in the pub and the dining room. Food was excellent, everything down to the sourdough bread! The place was quiet for a Saturday afternoon (probably due to the good weather) making for a very nice and relaxing time.
Knowledgeable attentive staff and a great ever-changing menu using amazing seasonal produce to create honest and comforting food at a fine dining level. It is so refreshing to be able to eat at a restaurant/gastro pub in Hackney of this high standard and not have to endure pretentious and aloof staff. I have had a a Friday night dinner as well as Sunday lunch and both times the service was flawless.
Amazing food, amazing wine, amazing service
We had a great evening with you on Tuesday evening. I booked using the Code App for a more affordable evening - one of my friends farewell dinner. Started with a drink on the terrace, what a beautiful setting. Young, dark haired man looked after us beautifully, helpful advice with drinks, friendly and offered us nibbles to start. Then we moved inside and were served by a lovely gent, who I think had only recently started with the company. He explained the menu well and was very attentive. The food was perfect for a hot summers evening - particularly loved the Tamworth t-bone. Thanks for having us!
Very glad the accommodated is when we were running late, and service was at an excellent tempo
Have been 3 times in last two years. Still really like for the overall experience. Feels like the popularity of the place has slightly impacted the efficiency of service as well as the interestingness of the food. Maybe need to be a bit careful at this stage to go to next level on quality and differentiation so as not to slip up.
Lovely meal and great service thanks!
Food was incredible! Would definitely recommend. Thank you for the great service!
We had a fantastic lunch! I have already recommended you to friends and clients today, and I cannot wait to be back.
The food was outstanding as always. The buns really are a good reason to travel from West London. It's my favourite pub to eat at. It's making me hungry thinking about the chicken and girolle pie... yum yum yum...
The airy dining room and attentive staff were charming. The small plates and drinks were perfect and all the deserts were divine...Alas, the large plates were not quite as impressive although the tasty potatoes were as cleverly presented as they were moreish! Well worth a visit...