Bel & The Dragon
1 Datchet Road, Windsor, +44 1753 866 056, www.belandthedragon.co.uk
This historic restaurant and tea room has been in the food and drink business since the 11th century. These days its menu showcases the best of modern British cuisine.
Gilbey’s Bar & Restaurant
82–83 High Street, Eton, +44 1753 854 921, www.gilbeygroup.com
Stylish, popular bistro serving sophisticated modern British food for lunch and dinner and fabulous afternoon teas at the weekend.
10 Thames Side, Windsor, +44 1753 620 010, www.boatmanwindsor.com
After a complete refurbishment the waterfront pub, venue and terrace brings delectable fresh dishes in a relaxed atmosphere.
The Crooked House of Windsor
51 High Street, Windsor, +44 1753 857 534, www.crooked-house.com
Located in the heart of town, this marvellously wonky Windsor landmark is the quintessential English tea room. Come for breakfast, a light lunch, afternoon tea or a hearty dinner.
The Drury House
4 Church Street, Windsor, + 44 1753 863 734, www.druryhouse.co.uk
Once home to Charles II’s famous mistress Nell Gwyn, this is the town’s oldest restaurant. Treat yourself to a cream tea in an atmospheric setting.
The Duchess of Cambridge
3–4 Thames Street, Windsor, +44 1753 864 405, www.theduchessofcambridgepub.co.uk
Named for Kate Middleton, this friendly pub offers fantastic food all day plus a range of fine wines and local ales.
55 High Street, Eton, +44 1753 865 516, www.ayoush.com
Adding a modern twist to the traditional flavours of North African cuisine, Ayoush offers a unique experience in the area.
71–72 High Street, Eton, +44 1753 868 344, www.cote-restaurants.co.uk
Whether you fancy a hearty bistro classic like steak frites, or something lighter like tuna niçoise salad, this trendy French restaurant has you covered.
Under the Arches, 4 Goswell Hill, Windsor, +44 1753 858 090, www.charleyshorse.com
Satisfy your taco and tequila cravings at this fun Mexican cantina, which doubles as a disco on Friday and Saturday nights.