Bottomless brunch may not be the first thing you think of when you think of Marlow, and understandably so.
There are only five places to go for bottomless brunch in Marlow, but what the town lacks in quantity, it makes up for in quality!
If you’re planning on going for brunch this weekend with your girls then you’re in luck because I’ve rounded up all the options for you.
There’s something for everyone on this list, whether you fancy making your own brunch board or partying with drag queens.
Scroll through, pick out your favourite bottomless brunch in Marlow, and book in for a great time!
1. The Botanist
Address: 48 West St, Marlow SL7 2NB
Phone number: 01628 488688
Price: £15 per person + price of brunch dish
The Botanist is a gorgeous spot and one of my favourite places to go for bottomless brunch in Marlow.
It’s decorated with botanical décor, making for the perfect place for a cracking Instagram picture.
Their bottomless brunch is by far one of the best in Marlow, too, so you’re really onto a winner with this one!
You can add 90 minutes of bottomless drinks to your brunch for just £15 per person.
They make for the perfect accompaniment to their tailored-to-you brunch boards which also cost £15 per person, bringing the total to £30 each.
You get to pick one item from each section to create your perfect brunch, which is amazing!
I’d have to go for the baked shakshuka, plant-based smoked sausage, toasted seeded bread, melon and pink grapefruit, and the Nutella French toast.
What are you waiting for?
2. Megan’s at Liston Court
Address: 21 High St, Marlow SL7 1AU
Phone number: 01628 278154
Price: £25 per person + price of brunch dish
Megan’s is fast becoming one of the best places to go for bottomless brunch, and it’s not hard to see why once you visit one of their fantastic restaurants.
The Mediterranean food pairs beautifully with bottomless prosecco, which will cost you £25 per person plus the price of your food.
It’s a no-brainer, really!
That price will get you 90 minutes of bottomless prosecco, and the offer is available on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays between 3 and 6:30 pm.
Their brunch menu is a Mediterranean dream, with gorgeous dishes like the Turkish brunch fondue and the shakshoumi baked eggs being the perfect accompaniment to your free-flowing fizz.
Megan’s is a great venue, and the fact that their restaurants are popping up all around the city is testament to that.
If there’s one thing they know how to do, it’s making sure you have a great time with them, so get on down there and enjoy.
3. The Two Brewers
Address: St Peter St, Marlow SL7 1NQ
Phone number: 01628 484140
Price: From £30 per person
The Two Brewers is a firm favourite when it comes to bottomless brunch in Marlow, and you’ll quickly understand why.
Available every Saturday from 10 am – 1 pm, their bottomless brunch is £30 per person for one brunch dish and alllll the bottomless drinks!
We’re talking Prosecco, Rose Fizz, Amstel, Heineken, Mimosa, Aperol Spritz, Gordon’s Pink Spritz, Bloody Mary, Virgin Tropical Punch, and Bambini Bellini.
Yep, it’s a lot!
And the best bit is that they last a whole two hours giving you plenty of time to try out a variety of different drinks.
As for the food, there are plenty of delicious brunch dishes for you to try out.
From fry ups and egg dishes to smashed avo on toast and a breakfast sandwich, they do brunch well at The Two Brewers.
However, if you’re more of a lunch person, you can still enjoy the food here!
For an extra £3, you can upgrade to a British beef rib steak burger, buttermilk coated fried chicken or a Moving Mountains® plant-based burger.
Whatever you choose, you’re in for a treat.
Book in now to enjoy a bottomless brunch at The Two Brewers!
4. The Old Brewery
Address: 82 High St, Marlow SL7 1AQ
Phone number: 01628 478737
Price: From £20 per person
The Old Brewery serves up a banging bottomless brunch in Marlow.
Their offer is simple: pay just £20 and you’ll get a delicious brunch dish and 90 minutes of bottomless drinks.
The drinks on offer are Carling, Foster’s, Strongbow, Strongbow Dark Fruit, and Prosecco.
However, if it’s cocktails that are calling your name, you can upgrade to pornstar martini, pink gintini or Aperol spritz for an extra tenner.
Sadly, there are only four brunch dishes for you to choose from but don’t worry because the dishes they do have on offer are super tasty.
Pick from a full English, a veggie full English, a breakfast wrap, or scrambled free-range eggs.
Fancy making your brunch even better?
Then upgrade to a bigger dish or one of their mouth-watering burgers for an extra £3.
Worth it for the coated chicken burger or the plant-based burger, I’d say!
Whatever food or drink combo you go for, you’re in for a great time at The Old Brewery.
Their bottomless brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday so you’ve got plenty of time to get your brunch on, too.
5. The Duke of Clarence
Address: 56-58 High St, Marlow SL7 1AH
Phone number: 01628 472878
Price: £35 per person
Last but certainly not least, The Duke of Clarence hosts what is probably my favourite bottomless brunch in Marlow.
Their popular bottomless drag nights run every other Wednesday from 8 to 10 pm.
They cost £35 per person which gets you live entertainment, tapas, and bottomless Prosecco and cocktails.
How unbelievable does that sound?!
Their tapas menu is brilliant too.
Expect classic tapas dishes like smoky Spanish chorizo and king prawns pil pil, alongside British favourites like cod goujons and Gloucester old spot mini sausages.
Other tapas highlights are the duck croquettes, halloumi fries, sticky Thai chicken bites, and the creamy stilton mushrooms.
Get ready to feast on some delicious tapas while partying with the queens at The Duke of Clarence.
You won’t want to miss out on this one so book in quick to avoid disappointment!
So there you have it: the 5 best places to go for bottomless brunch in Marlow.
While there may only be five bottomless brunch spots in town, the ones that are there are pretty great!
However, if none of these places has taken your fancy, why not try out a bottomless brunch in Windsor or a bottomless brunch in Reading instead?