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
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.
Choose your tipple from the expansive selection of international wines, beers, and champagnes, then kick back and let the world pass you by. The stunning terrace area is perfect for Al fresco drinks, and on chillier evenings join us inside whilst we crank up the baby grand piano!
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.