The Two Brewers Windsor is one of windsors oldest and cosiest Pubs, situated at the gate to The Long Walk which runs from Windsor to the Copper Horse. We sat outside with the midday sun beating down on us and tried a couple of starters – Curried pumpkin and cranberry croquettes and a pork, chicken […]
The Windsor branch of Cafe Nero can be found in the station parade. The coffee shop has both in and outside seating, comfy leather couches and the usual selection of freshly brewed coffees are of course available. The glass walls mean you get plenty of light inside, plus a healthy dose of people watching wherever […]
The Larder is Antony Worrall Thompsons signature shop in Windsor and just a short walk from the bottom of Windsor High street. This cafe/deli has a great variety of hot meals to go,
This historic Tudor building dating back to 1560 is both a great value place to stay on Eton high street plus the food is not too shabby either. Arrive on a Summer’s day and sit back in there alfresco dining space at the rear with a grand plate of good old fashioned fish and chips […]
Gilbeys is a wonderful little tea house just a short work from Eton bridge. Ideal for a late afternoon or early evening snack. We dropped by late one afternoon just in time to catch the end of their afternoon tea service (Which stops at 5:30pm). We escaped the wintery rain and relaxed in the warm […]
If you’re on the Magna Carta trail or perhaps walking through Runnymede the tea rooms are the perfect pit stop. The JFK memorial and Magna Carter memorial are only a 5 minute walk away, while more seasoned walkers may wish to trek up the hill to the military memorial. Fishing is also available in the […]
One of the few places in Eton where free wifi can be had by all. Coffee is good at the now international coffee house, outdoor seating with a view of the river is a plus and the ideal spot to rest your shopping bags before exploring the rest of Eton.
Windsors only Irish Pub can be found on the cobbled backstreets tucked away behind the Windsor Museum. Hearty Irish beef stew with new potatoes and kelp warmed our cockles on a blustery summers day. A chicken chorizo salad while hardly Irish also impressed and contrasted well with the heavy stew, well balanced, fresh and crunchy. […]