Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in Berkshire
Hardens guides have spent 15 years compiling reviews of the best Berkshire restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 149 restaurants in Berkshire and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Berkshire restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
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. Waterside Inn
French restaurant in Bray
Ferry Rd - SL6
On a fine summers day, nothing can be more enchanting than Alain Rouxs Thames-side epic (founded in 1972 by his father Michel), whether you are sipping pre-dinner cocktails on their electric launch (and looking forward to a sumptuous meal after you glide back to the dock), or sitting under the willow tree watching the boats go by as you sip a vintage champagne. A further boost is provided by its absolutely impeccable service (nobody runs a better dining room than maître d Diego!). When it comes to the classic haute cuisine, however, there seemed to be a number of question marks this year and its rating sipped a notch; it has always been eye-wateringly expensive, but even some who praise the food as exquisite can also find it unimaginative or dated in style (like taking a time machine back to the 80s). Thats still a minority view however; on the vast majority of accounts this is a case of perfect food in a perfect setting.
. Restaurant Coworth Park
British, Modern restaurant in Ascot
Coworth Park, Blacknest Rd - SL5
Another year, another chef the merry-go-round shows no sign of slowing down at the Dorchester Collections breathtaking country house hotel, where former Roux Scholar Adam Smith was set to replace Simon Whiteley in summer 2016; ratings shown assume a continuation in standards.
. The Woodspeen
British, Modern restaurant in Newbury
Lambourn Rd - RG20
John Campbells seriously impressive cooking goes from strength to strength at this lovely newish restaurant in the countryside near Newbury an ex-pub modernised to create a New-World-style atmosphere with open kitchen. Highly recommended, and theres an adjoining cookery school too.
. The Hind’s Head
British, Traditional restaurant in Bray
High Street - SL6
Consistently excellent interpretations of pub grub, delivered with flair and a sense of delight win ringing endorsements for this thankfully not over-Hestoned gastropub (next door to The Fat Duck), which is well worth making the foray down the M4 of a weekend to have a special lunch. Its an all-round joy, retaining its old-world feel (with classic wooden beams, uneven floors and walls and a roaring fireplace), and with courteous and prompt service too.
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