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10 of the best restaurants in Windsor

PUBLISHED: 12:59 17 December 2018

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It may be known for its regal connections, but Windsor is also home to a number of restaurants and pubs fit for royalty. We round up some of the best…

 

The Boatman

The Boatman, which overlooks the bridge, is one of the best locations in town for soaking up waterfront views. The outside terrace seats up to 100 people and is also available for exclusive hire. The menu offers dishes such as their gourmet burger, lamb shoulder, penne chicken pasta and hand shredded duck and mango salad. Dogs are made very welcome in the bar and on the terrace.

Thames Side SL4 1QN

The Oxford Blue

Opened at the beginning of 2017, The Oxford Blue offers fine dining in a country pub environment. Items on the menu may include pigs trotter or shellfish rarebit to start and dry aged filet of beef or ratatouille for your main.

10 Crimp Hill SL4 2QY

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill

With its town centre location, Marco Pierre White’s steakhouse is a great place to stop for lunch or dinner. The main menu offers hors d’oeuvres such as seared sea scallops, prawn cocktail and calamari. The steaks are served with vine tomatoes, watercress and a choice of triple cooked chips, pommes frites or green salad.

18 High Street SL4 1LJ

GOGOS Waterfront

Somewhat off the beaten track, its location would make it easy to miss this restaurant; however its quirky interior and amazing selection of foods commands the attention this place deserves. Main menu items include piri piri chicken, steak, burgers and crispy cod fillet. They also have a cocktail bar overlooking the marina.

Windsor Racecourse Marina

Côte

Ideal for lunch when shopping or sightseeing, this French brasserie serves regional specialities and traditional classics. The lunch and early evening menu includes roast sea bream, baked camembert and steak frites. Breakfast is also served Monday to Friday until 12pm and Saturday and Sunday until 1pm.

71-72 High Street SL4 6AA

Sebastian’s Italian

If pizza and pasta is on your mind, Sebastian’s, complete with a wood-fired oven, is surely the spot for you. It may be located in a little alley, but Sebastian’s is bursting authentic Italian dishes.

Unit 3, 2 Goswell Hill SL4 1RH

Meimo

This Peascod Street restaurant serves Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisine and boasts a buzzing atmosphere and beautiful décor. Owners Abdul and Amina have more than 20 years experience managing restaurants. The menu features, and is certainly not limited to, risotto, ribeye steak and their Meimo burgers.

69-70 Peascod Street SL4 1DE

Al Fassia Restaurant

Serving up authentic Moroccan cuisine with a fantastic atmosphere, Al Fassia is well worth a visit if you fancy something different. The main menu includes a range of tangine specialities, wonderful couscous dishes and grilled meat.

27 St. Leonards Road SL4 3BP

Enzo’s

Highly rated on Trip Advisor, Enzo’s offer authentic Italian cuisine with pizza cooked in their wood-fired oven. Freshly cooked and prepared daily, expect to see the aforementioned pizzas on the menu, as well as pasta dishes and meat and fish options.

83 Peascod Street SL4 1DH

Marmara Restaurant

Specialising in Turkish and Mediterranean cuisine, Marmara is one of the most popular Windsor eateries with a delightful mixed meze sharing platter on the menu along with some beautifully cooked grilled meats.

5 Queen Anne’s Court SL4 1DG

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Eating out in Berkshire - Best restaurants - 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

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