Henry VI Eton is a traditional pub and kitchen set on Eton high street. Only a short walk from Windsor (across Eton Bridge), the Pub is also the ideal spot to have lunch if you happen to be planning a walk through the village up to the historical Eton College.
Boasting a popular Sunday Roast, beautifully decked garden BBQ area, log fires and comfy seating, Henry VI Eton seems to tick all the right boxes for the perfect place to relax. The BBQ is a popular destination for many locals in Summer months, and the alfresco dining area outside is also partially covered, should the weather take a turn for the worse.
For those of you looking for more than a bite to eat and drink, you will be happy to hear, the Henry VI is also a destination in itself for Live Music each week on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays which showcase some of the most talented musicians from Berkshire and beyond.
Staff are friendly at the Henry VI and there’s a good choice of Ales on tap, if you’re a drinker, try the Doom Bar from Rock, Cornwall! Ideal on a sunny day.
The menu list includes the traditional fish and chips and rib eye steak. There is also croque monsieur (pan fried ham & melted gruyere cheese £6.25), a selection of customizable sandwiches or Jacket Potatoes! and don’t forget the almighty Brunch Hangover Cure, Henry VI Eton Pub call it the ‘Full Monty’ (Smoked bacon with egg, sausage, grilled mushrooms, tomato and toast £6.95)
Sunday roast is £9.95
Food critic Giles Coren of the Times allegedly gave this venue a thumbs up. WindsorGo would suggest that the Henry VI is definitely worth the short walk up from the river.
All prices and menu items correct at time of writing. For more information visit www.thehenryvi.com