The Tower Brasserie and Tea Rooms at the Harte & Garter Hotel in Windsor are hard not to miss. Set right opposite Windsor Castle the rooms are the epitomize the feel of a traditional English tea room.
This old English pub a short way down ‘The Long Walk’ from the castle and really served up a burger to remember. Almost blackened on the outside but moist in the middle this lunchtime snack really hit the spot. The one thing it lacked was that all important gherkin that no burger is complete without! […]
Set in the Mercure Windsor Castle Hotel opposite the Windsor Guildhall, this restaurant serves modern British cuisine and has 2 AA Rosettes for being recognized as somewhere that is truly exceptional. Expect beautiful presentation and attentive staff..
Previously located on the High Street, it now takes a walk into Eton to get your pizza fix at Don Beni. Although closer alternatives are available with the likes of Zizzi, Bella Italia and Pizza Express close to Windsor Castle. A truly Italian affair, Don Beni is the real deal, a small family run business […]
A jazzy warm interior here continues to draw in the crowds despite Bella Italia being a nationwide chain, warm hues and vintage travel posters on the wall make sure you don’t forget you’re in an Italian restaurant.
Mango Lounge is one of those contemporary Indian restaurants that have become increasingly popular of late.When we arrived for lunch it was bustling with customers, and we were swiftly served the staple Indian entree of ‘poppadoms and pickles’. Garlic broccoli was recommended to me by one of the attentive waiting staff as the best vegetarian […]
Browns is a vast saloon-style restaurant which sits right on the river,enticing you in with pleasant blues-funk muzak and a great cocktail list. I ordered Grilled Mozzarella and Courgette Taglioni, which came within a reassuring amount of time.
Yangtze is one of Windsors more popular Chinese restaurants, hardly surprising given its location and frequency of it’s Business lunch deals. We dropped by for one such deal where two courses seemed a snap at only six pounds.
An atmospheric Victorian pub situated just a short 5 minute walk from the town centre and brimming with English charm and heritage. The walls are adorned with old monochrome photos and wooden champagne boxes, which are complemented by the leather chesterfield sofas, open roaring fire and an exposed wooden floor. Thai cuisine now available which […]