If it was good enough for Prince Philip’s stag do it was good enough for the birthday boy. Surprised to be able to book a table for Easter Sunday on the same week we scrubbed ourselves up to match Berkshire’s finest.
After a gin & tonic and a half of Windsor Knot pale ale to celebrate the impending wedding, we left the union flag-festooned bar for the main eating area.
Superb flavours the piccalilli just had the right amount of tang to liven up the ham
tasty salmon however not much of a tea smokiness
Birthday boy wasn’t happy with the size of the pie but it was full to the brim and tasty.
Quaking pudding – kind of like an egg custard pudding, pretty bland.
lemon tart – zesty and thick, full of flavour.
£96.75 for two half pints, a G&T, one glass of wine and two, three-course dinners. Delicious food and great service but it’s a Heston fan-ville.
Note: since our visit, the Hind’s Head was awarded a Michelin star.