A crooked old boozer of the best sort, The Windsor Castle could have been handcrafted to impress tourists looking for some ‘olde English’ charm. The interior is divided up by skull-cracking door frames, & an edict on one wall tells visitors the tale of a man whose bones are reputedly buried in the cellar – sold to settle a beer debt. Despite its easy, antiquated charms, The Windsor’s food is pretty impressive, offering a few seasonal gastro twists alongside the obligatory fishfinger sandwiches & sharing platters. Try the chorizo, pork & flageolet bean cassoulet or Gloucester Old Spot sausages & mash before rounding off with a take on Eton mess involving sloe gin. Real ales include regular guests such as Timothy Taylor Landlord, while the beer garden is in great demand come summer.
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