Although Peascod Street is easy to find, non-locals may not discover the little side alley by number eleven that leads to a newly established Korean Restaurant. We hope that doesn’t happen because the Nam Kang deserves to survive and flourish.
Always popular because of the location, The Boatman is one of the only pubs or restaurants in Windsor where you can sit right next to the river and eat. In the past this popularity was a problem. the pub (donkey
I was asked yesterday where a family group of 105 people should meet up for lunch? Suddenly the usual parameters of food quality, price and atmosphere are joined by seating practicalities. I had a t bit of a think (no
We were lucky enough to be invited to the excellent opening party last month, so we already knew that the melitzanosalata at The Real Greek was a smoky aubergine treat worth ordering. The rest of the meze menu in this light, bright,
Deep in Windsor Royal Shopping Centre, next door to Patisserie Valerie a new eaterie called “Bill’s” has opened for business. We ate lunch there today. We would have pigged out at the Gourmet Burger Kitchen, but they were closed for
Sometimes it is the simple things in life that please us most of all. Just opposite the church at 14 High Street, Windsor, the recently opened ‘Fitzroy and Bailey’ cafe is selling seriously tasty toasted sandwiches. Top quality sourdough bread
The Windsor Pub Company are offering two Scottish sirloin steaks and a bottle of Hardy’s wine for just £21.95 until the 5th March 2012. This offer applies to the following restaurants: Bar 51 (Peascod Street, Windsor) The George (High Street,