Brentwood Restaurants

The fast pace of life means many people don’t make time for lunch – but stopping for something nice to eat will fuel you for the afternoon’s activities, whether that means working or shopping.

At the Marygreen Manor, you’ll find a hotel lunch with a difference – and we’re closer than you think to Brentwood High Street, plus we have plentiful free parking. What’s not to like? Hotel lunches can be soulless experiences, but not so at the Marygreen. The cosy Tudor setting is great for lunching indoors and, weather permitting, why not have lunch in the garden?

Irish Stew from teh Lounge Menu

Irish Stew from the Lounge Menu

And, with a variety of delicious options to choose from, you’ll be delighted to discover how far away from the cliché of mass-produced hotel food our offerings are.

Our Lounge Menu is served from 10.15-22.20 from Mondays to Saturdays and from 10.15-21.30 on Sundays. Ideal for when you just want something lighter to eat, the dishes range from Soup of the Day (plus roll) to a Cheese & Bacon Burger (plus chips, of course!).  Other sophisticated-yet-light options are a Lobster Roll or a Couscous salad (featuring sea bream and, for a bit of spice, a Red Pepper Salsa and a Yogurt Harissa Dip).


Rib Eye Steak

Rib Eye Steak

Feeling a little more peckish? Opt for our ‘Du Jour’ menu – £14 for two courses or £15.95 for three. The choices change every month: currently (May) you can find, for example, Open Butternut Squash Ravioli, Thai Green Chicken Curry and Bread & Butter Pudding with Crème Anglaise. Next month (June) features temptations such as Prawn & Saffron Risotto, Corn Fed Chicken with Sherry Cream Sauce and Poached Pear in Star Anise & Red Wine.

Click here to see our full Lounge and Du Jour menus or to book.

Brentwood town centre itself has a number of alternatives for a tasty – and, if you’re in a hurry, quick – lunch.

Off the High Street you will find Crown Street, a charming little shopping area which is also home to the Crown Street Café

This family-run eaterie serves hot and cold lunches, daily specials and teas and coffees.

Further along the High Street, in Moore’s Place, is Café A’Moore, with delicious selections of salads and other light lunches.

Or, if you travel in the other direction from the Marygreen, toward the M25 Brook Street roundabout, you’ll see the Nag’s Head Pub

where you can have everything from a substantial lunch to a light bar snack.

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