Cherry daiquiri

Recre­ate the fa­mous Bri­tish menu from this classic East End pub

BBC Good Food - - Inside - Recipes JON ROTHERAM and TOM HAR­RIS pho­to­graphs DAVID COTSWORTH

Aformer Vic­to­rian pub, the Marks­man is an amal­gam of a classic Bri­tish pub and up­scale din­ing room. Down­stairs there’s glossy wood, leather ban­quettes and a fully stocked bar with enough rea­son­ably priced beers on tap to keep lo­cals happy; and up­stairs, a colour­ful and mod­ern din­ing space bril­liantly lit by nat­u­ral light and with an up­hol­stered ceil­ing that soft­ens the acous­tics. Chef-own­ers Jon Rotheram and Tom Har­ris make the most of ex­cel­lently sourced meat and fish, mar­ried with veg grown lo­cally with care, like the beef rump and tomato recipe on page 100, as well as a lit­tle ur­ban for­ag­ing which is most ev­i­dent in the jars of flavoured syrups and vodka be­hind the bar. The meat-filled buns are fa­mous, as is the Sun­day lunch with roast chicken, roast beef or a pie for two on the menu. The recipes trans­late well for the home cook, so do try them. marks­man­pub­li­c­house.com @marks­man­_pub

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