If you thought you knew this historic venue on Marmion Road in Southsea, think again! The Marmion has been recently renovated and rejuvenated, taking a new lease of life as a stylish, smartly designed modern gastropub that still has a strong appreciation of its heritage. It’s a lovely spot for an after-work drink in Portsmouth (the bar is stocked to the gunnels with good grog), but where this gem really comes into its own is in the kitchen. Driven by a dedication to local and British ingredients – delivered fresh every day – The Marmion has an innovative menu that changes with the seasons. Seats fill up quickly, so be sure to book a table before you visit.
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Wonderful food, service and atmosphere. Would highly recommend to all.
Well done chef. The best belly pork l have ever had. The Calcolon mash was delicious. All staff were very polite, prompt and helpful. Thank you we will cost again. Bob Morrison
Great food, great atmosphere, great location, brunch burger was immense!!
Contemporary in its outlook but with heritage at its core, Southsea gastropub The Marmion fills a much-needed gap in the local culinary scene with its excellent lineup of enticing dishes, refreshing drinks and quality entertainment under one roof. Portsmouth locals couldn’t be luckier to be within reach of this Marmion Road gem, which consistently impresses one and all with its convivial atmosphere and five-star service.
Taking centrestage in The Marmion’s kitchen is an abundant supply of fresh and seasonal ingredients that make up the wholesome British fare the restaurant is known for. A few particular favourites you might be lucky enough to come across any time, are the king prawn, avocado and mango salad, carrot, quinoa and tahini burger, and a limoncello cheesecake with raspberry coulis. Whether you’re looking for a place to kick back with a round of after-work drinks or to gather friends and family for a hearty Sunday roast in the Southsea district of Portsmouth, The Marmion is your top spot. Given it’s popularity, however, you’ll want to reserve a table before your visit to snag the best seats.