Our market towns are great for foodies! Find out some of the top places to visit in the Chilterns AONB.
Known as the ‘larder of London’, the Chilterns is the destination for food and drink fanatics. There are market towns bustling with eateries, farmers’ markets and independent producers; villages and lanes dotted with ancient and historic inns; and magnificent country estates producing everything from artisan cheeses to organic grass-fed lamb. Serious foodies need look no further!
If you’re looking for somewhere to start your local and delicious food journey, we’ve picked out some of the best market towns below and highlighted what they have to offer. Or visit our interactive map to plan your own foodie trail.
Marlow grew up as a river crossing and its greatest landmark is still the 19th-century suspension bridge that spans the Thames here. Famous for its local eateries, diners travel from far and wide to enjoy the fine fare in Marlow, as well as in nearby Cookham and Bray.