The Lamb Inn, Marlborough Tel 01672 512668 thelambinnmarlboro@fsmail.net
 
Although Jackie likes to use locally-sourced produce, she’s always prepared to look much further afield for unique, regional specialties. So one of the attractions of eating at the Lamb is that the menu changes from one day to the next..

As well as long-standing favourites such as 28-day aged rib eye, beer-battered cod and chips or corn beef hash with a fried egg, you may also be tempted by a hand-raised pork pie, duck confit, real kedgeree or a Thai curry in the winter months. At other times of the year you might be eating scallops and black pudding, eggs Benedict, carpet clams or coq au vin.

Lunch and dinner, there’s a varied menu and you can sit and eat in any of the pub’s three rooms, in the courtyard (weather permitting) or in the Stable dining room which is away from the main building, just off the courtyard and will seat a maximum of 25 guests.

We welcome private parties. If you’re planning a get together of family or friends, the intimate and cosy setting of The Stable room makes it ideal for parties of 15 to 25 people. Lunch is served seven days a week; dinner is available Monday – Thursday. Sample Menu.













Our meat is from local butcher, Andrews in Marlborough. Beef is Wiltshire grass fed cattle. Pork from well chosen local farms. Lamb from Cirencester market. Fish is supplied by Coopers of Andover, fruit & vegetables from the local market. Eggs are free range Freedom eggs.












Although every menu has a vegetarian option, providing we have the necessary ingredients, we're more than willing to produce a vegetarian dish to order.












Eating at The Lamb is not in the slightest bit pretentious and is in fact quite an informal affair.