Restaurants at the Marriott Heathrow Windsor


A taste of the French countryside

The Marriott's Central Brasserie is a funky, 60s-inspired restaurant offering traditional French food with an international twist. It's opens for breakfast from 6.30am to 11am on weekdays, from 7am on weekends, while dinner is served from 6pm to 10pm every day. The restaurant is very popular and can get busy, but there's still plenty of space.

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  • The Brasserie
  • Breakfast: 6.30am to 11am
  • Dinner:6pm to 10pm every day
  • Pizza da Marco
  • Dinner: 5pm to 10pm
  • Chats Cafe Bar
  • 6.30am on weekdays and from 7am on weekends till late.

The Brasserie

The Brasserie's main menu features steaks, seafood and coq au vin, all freshly prepared from locally-sourced ingredients and ranging in price from £15 to £20. A three-course buffet with hot and cold starters, a choice of hot main courses and dessert is priced at £19.50, while the menu de chef offers a choice of three courses at a fixed price and includes a glass of wine and a side dish for £29. There's also a range of simpler dishes in smaller portions suitable for younger guests.

Pizza da Marco

From 5pm to 10pm, the Pizza da Marco serves freshly-baked pizzas and you can even watch the chef prepare it right in front of you. You could choose from a selection including a Quattro Stagione or a Vegetariana and any of the pizzas will set you back just £13 to £16.

The Brasserie also serves a hot and cold breakfast buffet, with pastries and cereals, self-service hot toast and plenty of jams and spreads, or a freshly-cooked English breakfast of sausages, bacon and fried eggs cooked to order and coffee and tea to wash it down. A la carte options including Eggs Benedict, omelettes, salmon and kippers are priced around £15.

Chats cafe bar

Chats cafe bar doubles as a coffee shop in the daytime, serving hot drinks and snacks. The menu includes soups, salads and sandwiches; expect to pay between £5 and £13 for a light meal. The bar also serves more-substantial British classics such as fish and chips, burgers and bangers and mash for around £15. Pizza da Marco pizzas can also be served in the bar too. Chats is a popular choice for families at dinnertime with its relaxed atmosphere and menu of treats and comfort food, and is open from 7am on weekdays and from 11am on weekends.

If you'd prefer to take breakfast, lunch or dinner in your bedroom, room service is available 24 hours a day.