The customer experience across all our brands sits with Marco's mantra of providing 'affordable glamour' to our guests. Quite simply, our goal is to deliver an aspiring, glamorous setting that is accessible to all of our target audiences.
Our restaurant concept is all about delivering great food at affordable prices. We are not introducing Marco Pierre White's Michelin cooking standards but his desire to make good, quality restaurant food that is accessible. None of our brands are stuffy or pretentious. Our service is relaxed, knowledgeable and friendly.
The original Wheeler’s brand was established in 1856 and is credited with being the ‘world’s oldest and finest fish brand’. Marco has now given this long-established fish restaurant a new lease of life by re-working the classic seafood recipes of the original Wheeler’s. While its menu is inspired by its heritage there is also a wide range of meat dishes ensuring there is something for everybody.
Chophouses first emerged in London in the 1690s serving individual portions of meat, known as chops, to their wealthy customers. Mr White’s aims to keep the British chophouse tradition alive by serving up succulent joints of meat within glamorous surroundings. The menu cleverly combines English classics whilst also introducing a little French flair that epitomizes Marco’s cooking style. The menu centres around steaks, grills and chops.
Wheeler’s Fish & Chips Cafe is a new casual restaurant and takeaway concept, showcasing Marco’s take on the nation’s favourite seaside dish – fish and chips.
Serving up traditional favourites including lightly battered Atlantic cod and haddock to fresh scallops, Moules Mariniere and Marco’s infamous fishcake, the key focus of this concept is on using the best ingredients to serve the finest fish and chips around.