The restaurants listed here have been recommended by guests staying at Charles House Guesthouse which is only a five minute walk to Windsor town centre.
There are loads of other restaurants and cafes and if you find a hidden gem, please let me know so I can add it to this list.
Windsor Grill is a short stroll from Windsor Castle and not that long a walk from Charles House Bed and Breakfast, with a menu to match an unpretentious and elegant interior. The finest steaks around, cut from Aberdeenshire 35 day dry aged beef, along with rare-breed meat and a superb range of fish and shellfish. Slate-coloured walls, gilt-framed paintings and leather seating give an atmosphere of dark glamour. Classic creations from the cocktail bar give reason to linger a little longer after dinner or pop in for an early evening drink.
A carnivore's delight. Rules and regs are for others: eat as much or as little as you wish. Try Chef Patron David Wilby’s specials, Rose veal from Home Farm, Highgrove estate to Iberico Black Leg acorn fed pork, Fresh crab from Portland Head in Devon, Scallops from the west coast of Scotland.
The Two Brewers
The Two Brewers is about a 10 minute walk from Charles House Guesthouse. It was established in 1792, although the building dates 1709. It is situated in Park Street, one of the most architecturally distinguished streets, and oldest streets in Windsor. It nestles in a now quiet corner by the Park Street gates that leads onto the long walk and the Cambridge Gate entrance to Windsor Castle & Windsor Great Park.
Meimo's is a contemporary restuarant with a buzzing atmosphere. Based in the heart of Windsor at the end of the pedestrial street (Peascod Street) and about a 5 minute walk from Charles House Guesthouse.
Meimo's offer and infusion of Mediterranean and Moroccan food with vibrant colours and flavours.
The Duchess of Cambridge
The Duchess of Cambridge is a traditional British pub where they serve up award winning ales, a great selection of lagers from around the world, cocktails and wines which can be enjoyed by a real log fire in the winter or on the sun terrace during the warmer months.
If it's food you're looking for, the classic British menu has a great selection from homemade pies to sharing bundles to delicious desserts.
Bill's restaurant is right next to Central Station, just a 5 minute walk from Charles House Guesthouse, and has plenty of seating both inside and out.
It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Monty's Cafe is a modern independant cafe just 5 minutes from Charles House guesthouse. It serves delicious breakfasts and lunches and also a wide selection of frshly prepared panini's and baguettes for thos on the go.
Located in St. Leonards Road, just opposite the pedestrian end of Peascod Str