Windsor Restaurants

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    The Crooked House of Windsor: Crooked Tea in Windsor

    by sue_stone Updated Feb 25, 2004

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    yum!

    If you pay a visit to Windsor Castle, stop off and have a Creamed Tea at the Crooked Tea House.

    A Creamed Tea consists of a pot of tea (or coffee) and scones with jam and thick clotted cream.

    It is said that the building has a secret passageway from the basement into Windsor Castle.

    Favorite Dish: The Creamed Tea, of course!

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    Albert's Fish and Chips: Fish and chips

    by Dabs Updated Jan 28, 2005

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    Albert's Fish and Chips
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    We were chatting with a very nice lady on the bus from the airport so we asked her where to go to have some fish and chips, she said the best were at Albert's Fish and Chips although they a little dearer (that would be pricier for us from the other side of the pond) than most. I think our total bill was £16.

    Favorite Dish: Very tasty cod with chips and choice of mushy peas or garden peas (which of course I passed on!)

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    Crooked Tea House: Afternoon tea

    by Dabs Updated Feb 9, 2008

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    Afternoon tea
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    Just a short walk away from Windsor Castle on High Street, this is a lovely place to stop and have tea. On a weekday in January, there was no one besides us in the upstairs level but imagine that's not the case on the weekends or in the peak summer travel months. You can make a reservation during the week but not on weekends so expect to queue in the warmer months on the weekend.

    Favorite Dish: Tea time tends to start around 2pm but they said we could still order tea even though it was only around noon. I opted for the Duchess of Bedfordhsire, a cream tea (£7.50) which is just a pot of tea and scones with jam and clotted cream while Kat opted for the Queen Anne, a more elaborate tea (£13) that came with sandwiches, fresh fruit and fruitcake in addition to the scones and tea. She promptly extracted all the poor cucumbers from the sandwiches but made a good dent in the rest of the sandwiches, the fresh fruit was lovely and the scones were very nice.

    It was a bit expensive but expected it to be so for a touristy place near the Castle. The also serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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    Crown and Cushion Pub: Homey little pub with good food

    by rexvaughan Written Jul 9, 2008

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    The nice soups
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    This delightful little pub/inn beckoned us in for a spot of lunch. It was a cloudy cool day so soup and sandwich sounded great and the Crown and Cushion Inn did not disappoint. It describes itself as a 'quirky 16th century coaching inn' and indeed has the welcoming feel of one with a distinctly friendly, homey atmosphere which was probably enhanced by a group of gray haired ladies lunching at the next table. They appeared to be local folk. The bar and little lounge area just said 'little English pub' to me. It is also an inn or bed & breakfast and my wife and I agreed that if we ever get the chance to stay in Windsor/Eton, we will check it out.

    Favorite Dish: I had minnestrone and a sandwich of cheddar with mango chutney on a baguette. My wife had a lovely carrot and coriander soup. I washed mine down with a Fullers Chicwick Bitter and my wife had tea. A quite simple, but very tasty and, by UK standards, inexpensive lunch. Sandwiches are GBP 4.95 and soup 3.95.

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    Latino: Great Greek.

    by Tdiver Updated Apr 30, 2006

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    Latino restaurant Windsor.
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    Greek Cypriot to be exact and a great place to eat and party.I've been many times and always found it welcoming.The staff are great and we always chat when i'm passing by.
    Live music on Fridays,Saturdays and if there's a party.
    April 2006 prices.
    Soup $6,Salads $8-12,Main courses $10-12
    Kids menu $9.35
    Greek dishes $17-22
    Half meze (min 2 people) $18 each,Full meze $30

    Favorite Dish: Love the Half meze,had it several times.

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    West Cornwall Pasty Co.: Pasties

    by Dabs Updated Jun 5, 2011

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    West Cornwall Pasty Co.

    This is one of a chain of shops in the UK selling pasties, a pastry shell containing a variety of ingredients. It's great for a quick meal and they are ready to go.

    Favorite Dish: I liked the bacon and cheese pasty, even the medium size one was very filling. I tried a traditional steak one at a different location and didn't like it nearly as well. The bacon and cheese one was a pastry filled with bacon, cheese and potatoes.

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    Three Tuns pub.: Local atmosphere.

    by Tdiver Updated Jan 21, 2008

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    Three Tuns,Windsor.
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    Alexis and Kel have had the place refurbished and it's looking as good as i've ever seen it.
    Spent many years in here playing darts when it was renowned for it and later.Food has always been good and still is, if not better.
    It was once the Guildhall before the present one was built.
    April 2006 prices
    Soup $5.50,Salad $10-11.50,Sandwiches $6.75-9
    Burger $11,Main courses $10.50-18

    Favorite Dish: Always had the sandwiches which were well filled.

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    La Locanda: Historical Italian.

    by Tdiver Written Apr 30, 2006

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    La Locanda restaurant,Windsor.
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    Not eaten here since it changed from an Indian years ago.
    April 2006 prices
    Salad $5,Soup $6,Pasta $10-13.50,Pizza $8.50-13.50
    Cream tea $8.50
    Check the outside of the restaurant with it's warrant for the death of Charles 1st.
    Once a pub it is said William Shakespeare stayed here.

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    Nell Gwynns: Historical chinese?

    by Tdiver Written Apr 30, 2006

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    Nell Gwynns Chinese restaurant.
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    Never eaten here as everyone i know who has have said you don't get much for the price.
    Take away and home delivery available within 3 miles for orders over $25.
    Used to be Nell Gwynns' house when she was seeing King Charles,lots of secret tunnels under the streets here.
    April 2006 prices
    Soups $3.50-5,Starters $6-10,Main courses $8.50-10

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    Carpenters Arms pub.: Not wooden food.

    by Tdiver Updated Jan 21, 2008

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    Carpenters Arms,Windsor.
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    Paul runs the cheapest place for an ale in the cobbled area,with a good selection of real ales,in the CAMRA guide,Campaign for real ale.
    Entrance on the next street up as well.
    Great food with plenty on your plate.
    April 2006 prices
    Soup $5,Sandwiches $7-9,Salad $10,Main courses $10-18

    Favorite Dish: Fish and chips is always my wifes favourite,i prefer the sausage and mash.

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    Francesco.: Great food.

    by Tdiver Written Jul 4, 2006

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    Francesco,Windsor.

    Eaten here many times and tried most dishes.Make great sandwiches food lunch if you're passing.Check their web page for more information.Used to have music but unsure at present.
    2006 Prices in pounds.
    Breakfasts 2.75-5.25,Salads 5.95-7.75,Pasta 6.75-8.75,Starters 2.50-4.95
    Pizzas 7.95-11.80,Calzone 7.95-8.75

    Favorite Dish: Love all their pastas.

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    Cafe Blu.: Don't feel down here.

    by Tdiver Written Jul 4, 2006

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    Cafe Blu,Windsor.

    Always busy with locals but i've never got around to visiting yet.Nice in the afternoon to sit outside and enjoy the sunshine.
    2006 prices in pounds
    Breakfast 4.50-7.95,Starters 3.95-6.95,Salad 7.50-9.95
    Mains 9.95-15.95,Sandwiches 4.95-7.95

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    Masala Bay.: New curry house.

    by Tdiver Updated Apr 30, 2006

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    Masala Bay,Windsor.

    Just opened recently and not had a chance to try it yet and always seems pretty empty but some friends say it's very good.
    April 2006 prices
    Starter $5-8.50,Main courses $12-15.50
    Balti $10-20,Curry $9-14,Madras $11-14
    Set lunch $12 or $15

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    Maloney's Irish Bar: No haggis anymore,just a good welcome.

    by Tdiver Updated Jan 21, 2008

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    Maloney's Irish bar,Windsor.
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    Currently up for sale if anyone is interested.
    Has changed names on the 10th November 2006 to Maloney's Irish Bar.
    One of the 4 pubs around the cobble streets,formerly known as the Highlander,Court Jester and before that the Ship.Great atmosphere especially when there's rugby or football on the telly.
    Landlord Tonys laughter is infectious.
    Unsure if the menu is as it was but shouldn't be too different.
    April 2006 prices
    Soup $5,Sandwiches $8.50,Main courses $10-11
    Kids menu $6.80

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    Horse and Groom pub.: No horse on the menu.

    by Tdiver Written Apr 30, 2006

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    Horse and Groom pub,Windsor.

    Great place for watching the world go by,situated as it is opposite Windsor Castle.Unfortunately it's a bit small inside.
    April 2006 prices
    Soup $7,Salad $12-13.50,Sandwiches $8.50-13.50,Main courses $12.50-15

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