Former Clare Smyth protégé, Steven Ellis, has opened his own restaurant in Windsor, after 10 years spent in kitchens like Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, The Star Inn, Harome and Jamie O's Fifteen. The Oxford Blue dates back to the 1800’s. Originally two game keepers cottages, it was then converted into a traditional Inn and has served the local community ever since, in a number of different guises.
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10 Crimp Hill, Old Windsor, SL4 2QY
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Weds – Sat Lunch 1200-1400 Dinner 1830-2130 Sun 1200-1600
Last orders: 9.30pm