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September 2018: The Greene Oak has been taken over from Greene King by a team including ex-Ivy and Grouch chef Jamie Dobbin; it's being extensively refurbished and relaunched, so effectively it's a new opening, one that will feature "cask ales, craft beers and fine wines along with our daily changing menu using the very best of British ingredients from our local artisanal suppliers, south coast day boats and rare breed farmers". Sunday roasts will continue.

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Restaurant details

Highchair, Portions
Yes
9.30 pm
70
Deadworth Rd, Oakley Grn, Windsor, SL4 5UW
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Opening hours
Monday11 am-11 pm
Tuesday11 am-11 pm
Wednesday11 am-11 pm
Thursday11 am-11 pm
Friday11 am-11 pm
Saturday11 am-11 pm
Sunday11 am-10:30 pm

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