Wonderfully positioned new little italian place a stones throw from the castle. It has an alfresco section that catches the sun throughout the day and they serve a selection of pizzas, pastas and puddings. While we were underwhelmed by their watery bolognese, which should have arrived with a complementary bib, we did love their light […]
Shakeaway is probably top of every childs list when it comes to Windsor. The Milkshake based store whip up dozens of varieties of drinks laced with everything from mars bars to maltesers. We jumped straight on the absurd flavours bandwagon and tried the banana nutella milkshake which was incredibly good, in fact the best banana […]
Another member of the Windsor Pub Co, the George is a friendly traditional pub at the gates of Windsor to Eton Bridge. An extensive lunch and dinner menu gives one plenty of options. Chicken liver pate, and a side salad did not disappoint on our visit. We also tried the hearty ‘boxed’ camembert with Earl […]
Needs little introduction, Legoland Windsor opened in 1996 and has been going strong since, the child oriented theme park is located just outside Windsor, Berkshire, a close distance from Windsor Castle and draws in almost two million visitors a year. It is the third most popular theme park in the UK. Getting there is pretty […]
Olde English pub in a prime location on Windsor’s cobbled streets. Convenient spot for a drink near the Castle in one of Windsor’s oldest properties however the food leaves a lot to be desired.
An iconic part of Windsor Castle, and closed for over 40 years, 2011 sees the reopening of the Round Tower. Superb views can be had here across Windsor, including Windsor Great Park, St Georges Chapel..
Authentic South Indian cuisine at the foot of Windsor Castle’s towering walls. Its early days for this little restaurant and we are yet to see how it will fare. Its up against some stiff competition with the likes of Mango Lounge round the corner so it will need to have some clever tricks up its […]
The reward that greets you at the end of The Long Walk (rumoured to be three miles but in truth it falls slightly short of this figure) is this vast statue of George III atop his steed. His son George IV commissioned sculptor Sir Richard Westmacott to build it. The horse was finally was erected […]
The Thai Grill feels like a proper discovery, set at the back of the quaint tree lined Church street, the venue serves a mix of local and international Thai inspired dishes. Weather permitting, the alfresco dining in the middle of the street is ideal for an early evening or late afternoon meal. We dropped by […]