There are plenty of places around Stadium MK to grab a bite to eat, or relax with a drink. You’re guaranteed a good meal without ever having to go off site. The biggest problem you’ll have is deciding where to go first!
Stunning daytime views of the pitch and floor-to-ceiling windows make pitchside a must-do for football fans. The menu at this truly unique restaurant is characterised by fresh ingredients and great flavours.
Currently open for breakfast only.
Monday to Friday 6am – 10am
Weekends and Bank Holidays 7am – 11am
Our team will be happy to prepare a delicious pack up breakfast for your onward journey. Breakfast includes; Orange Juice or Water, Coffee or Tea, Muffin, Cereal Bar and a Piece of Fruit. Just let front desk know your preference and we'll have your breakfast ready for collection between 3am - 7am.
Enjoy a wide range of food and beverages, from a much-needed coffee (or something stronger), to a satisfying dinner.
Open daily 10am till late.
The Terrace Bar is temporarily closed. Apologies for any inconvenience
Built into the East stand of the stadium, Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill offers affordable glamour, exquisite food, and delicious cocktails. The menu features a range of Marco's classic British and French dishes, as well as renowned signature steaks.
Staying on site there are a further 7 restaurants, serving a range of different styles to choose from, including family favourites like TGI Fridays, Bella Italia, and Nando’s. There’s no need to even move the car, just stroll up and grab a table. Restrictions on sporting clothes may apply on matchdays.
If you’re visiting Milton Keynes and want to explore a bit further afield, there’s plenty on offer.
If you’re heading into town (under 10 minutes in the car), Central Milton Keynes has a huge selection of restaurants. You’ve got tried and tested high-street names, plus, thanks to Milton Keynes’ vibrant multicultural mix, local favourites serving authentic dishes from Italy, Japan, and Turkey.
For something a bit more traditional you can venture out into wider Buckinghamshire where you’ll be able to find a huge array of traditional pubs, as well as some that have undergone a bit of a modernisation. Visit Stony Stratford and go to The Cock and The Bull, two historic pubs opposite each other, to discover where the phrase “Cock and Bull Story” comes from.