Greene Oak, Windsor
A Michelin rated country gastropub in Windsor that's surrounded by great walks and offers fuss-free, fabulous food that's very family friendly.
Outside the touristy hustle and bustle of Windsor town centre, you’ll find The Greene Oak gastropub. This modern inn is a Michelin-rated foodie destination in its own right, with a lovely sunny garden, surrounded by trees and fields, and a couple of fun and funky horsebox tables on the terrace.
What it lacks in rolling hills and rivers it makes up with quirky, style points. The atmosphere is relaxed, the food it unpretentious – and we would expect nothing less from owners James Lyon Shaw and Jamie Dobbin, who met while working at The Ivy in London. In fact they shout from the rooftops that they don’t do tiny portions, deconstructed dishes, frills or foams – just superb food.
Despite its foodie credentials, The Greene Oak is very much a community pub – providing groceries at the height of the pandemic, takeaways and the gourmet food boxes have been so popular, you can still order them to tis day. But now that we are embracing freedom, be sure to book into this charming country pub. The dishes are crowd-pleasers with pizzazz, they offer a simple kids menu, an impressive £19 three-course set lunch, brunch and a legendary Sunday Roast is legendary.
Legoland Windsor, Windsor Castle, Ascot Racecourse, Eton College and the River Thames are nearby, it would be rude not to make a beeline for this culinary pitstop.
The Greene Oak, Oakley Green, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 5UW
01753 864 294
Monday: 11am – 11pm
Tuesday: 11am – 11pm
Wednesday: 11am – 11pm
Thursday: 11am – 11pm
Friday: 11am – 11pm
Saturday: 10am – 11pm
Sunday: 11am – 11pm
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