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We open from 5.30pm Tuesday to Saturday, please book via our online widget on this website or e-mail us on

Please do not leave a booking on our answerphone.

Offering our early evening menu Tuesday to Friday from 5.30pm, last orders 6.45pm, Two courses £20.00 Three courses £25.00 or our Windsor Grill 8oz Hamburger, or Buttermilk Fried Chicken Burger, Chips, Salad, Mayonnaise & House Sauce and a Republika Beer or a 175ml Glass of house wine £20.00

Children’s menu available all evening, £9.50 including dessert, only a 10 minute drive from Legoland, easy parking in the street.

We will take credit card details with all on-line bookings, we will only make a charge of £20.00 per head if a customer does not turn up for a booking, please inform us if your plans change and you can not make your reservation, it’s only a quick phone call. Thanks.

For parties over six people please telephone the restaurant directly or e-mail us on

Our opening times are

Sunday & Monday –  Closed 

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – 5.30pm – 9.00pm (last food orders)

Friday & Saturday 5.30pm – 9.30pm (last food orders) 

Windsor Grill is a short stroll from Windsor Castle and, as an independent restaurant, we’re a favourite with locals. Our ethos is simple; we use the best ingredients, cooked by talented chefs, served by our friendly front-of-house team. You can visit our quirky and historic restaurant to enjoy a 28-day aged Surrey Farm Beef, along with our other famous meat and seafood specials, seasonal favourites, great wines, and classic cocktails. Steak is what we’re famous for but do try Chef Patron David Wilby’s specials, which include Slow cooked Pork Cheeks in Cider and Dijon Mustard, Iberico Black Leg acorn fed pork, Fresh crab from Portland Head in Devon, or Scallops from the west coast of Scotland.

Service Charge;

This is becoming a hot topic:- We add an optional service charge of 12.5% to all final bills. The totality of the collected service charge is distributed to the staff via a “tronc” system, run independently by the staff themselves, with no involvement or deductions at all from the house. Any taxes due on the monies collected are organised and paid by the staff themselves via this system. The tronc is in no way used by the house to “top up” such things as minimum wage.

Our view is simple: They Eric & Ern it, they deserve it, they get it.