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In an old butcher’s, a High Street stalwart wine bar with a “lovely cosy front eating area” and “nice conservatory at the back, often filled with Etonians and their parents celebrating rites of passage”. “The standard fare is of a perfectly acceptable level, if not especially memorable”.
“Never failing to please” – a high street fixture with a well-stocked wine bar up front and a conservatory tucked to the rear; overnighters can enjoy prime Windsor Castle views from the top-floor studio suite.
On the High Street, an attractive and “reasonably priced” stalwart fixture, with a front-room bar, and “spacious” dining conservatory hidden at the rear; it’s all “most pleasant”. (There’s also accommodation – the top-floor studio suite offers prime Windsor Castle views).
“Nicely situated” near the College, and with an “attractive” conservatory at the rear, this long-established restaurant is tipped as a “reliable” option with good wine; critics, though, say “the food looks good on the plate, but it’s a bit bland”.
82 - 83 High Street, Eton, SL4 6AF
all day noon - 9.30 pm
Last orders: Mon - Thur 9.45 pm, Fri & Sat 10 pm, Sun 9.45 pm