Situated on a pedestrianised shopping street down from the Castle, Meimo brings a waft of Maghrebi spice into Windsor. It’s a simple, family-run affair, with a long, thin interior that’s made appealing by attractive Moroccan light fittings, skylights, mustard-yellow walls, an adjacent bar area, and French windows that in summer open on to pavement tables. The extensive menu covers most of the North African repertoire, so expect, brochettes, couscous and a selection of eight tagine stews – four of which are vegetarian (try the slow-cooked broad beans with tangy preserved lemon). Alternatively, choose the meze route – available singly as starters or in batches of up to five. Dips such as hummus and aubergine zaalouk are joined by grills (chicken wings, merguez) and the fragrant Maghrebi pastry, pastilla (filled with chicken, almonds and orange blossom). There are burgers or sandwiches for lunch, and wine includes the ripe red Moroccan, Ksar Beni M’Tir.