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Eating out in Berkshire - Best restaurants

PUBLISHED: 15:25 10 December 2018

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Whether you’re looking for fine dining, pub food, a romantic meal for 2 or a taste of something from further afield, eating out in Berkshire really has something for everyone. Here’s our guide to the best local restaurants and pubs

Simply click the text below to discover some of Berkshire’s best places to eat and drink…

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Our 10 most recent restaurant reviews…

Tapas Revolution in Windsor

Heralded as the ‘Antonio Banderas’ of cooking by Gordon Ramsay, TV chef and author Omar Allibhoy is introducing a taste of authentic Spanish cooking to Windsor.

The Blackbird at Bagnor

The Blackbird at Bagnor has a nest we can all settle in, courtesy of the engaging patron.

Foggs Windsor

Foggs has something tasty for people of all ages and a perfect spot for the littler ones to enjoy a taste of foodie treats.

Coworth Park Hotel

Adam Smith is creating some extraordinary dishes at Coworth Park so Maureen McLean visited to experience the little luxuries the chef himself likes to enjoy.

Bateaux Windsor

This fine-dining moving restaurant allows visitors to enjoy modern British menus created with local ingredients as well as stunning views passing Windsor Castle and Windsor Racecourse.

The Bird in Hand at Knowl Hill

Taken for granted by many, but capable of bringing food experience rapture to others, writes Jan Raycroft.

The Oxford Blue in Old Windsor

This sensational dining experience deserves to put itself on the map with exceptional courses and service.

The Vineyard at Stockcross

Intriguing dishes served with feeling and carefully matched wines that provide new dining experiences.

The Crown at Bray

Yes, it’s a gastropub, but be prepared for attractions beyond the juicy summer menu, says Jan Raycroft.

Caldesi in Campagna

Picture this: there were more than a few surprises when Jan Raycroft and Maureen McLean visited Caldesi in Campagna at Bray.

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