Located just opposite the entrance to Queenie’s official residence, Windsor Castle, and super close to all the shops and tourist attractions Windsor has to offer, this Zizzi restaurant offers Italian cuisine with a twist. Although you are unlikely to see Queen Liz herself dine here, you are sure to get a great meal at a reasonable price. It’s great for a visit after a day of sightseeing in the historic city.
If you are a little tired of your standard Italian classics, don’t fret because Zizzi has found a range of ways to spice up the cuisine and create something that’s far from boring. The hanging skewer is a show-stopper and it’s not every day you see a vertical ‘plate’ being bought to the table in a restaurant. Besides, its spin on garlic bread by adding lots of fun toppings is a great way to start the meal. And you’ll find it hard to resist the sweet treats on offer to finish off your meal.
Its theatre-style kitchen means you can watch your food being cooked and pizzas being baked in the huge pizza oven. Not only is this set up exciting, but the close proximity to the kitchen means that you feel right at home.
All housed in a castle-esque building with exposed brick and medieval features, it's intimate and cosy. It’s also child-friendly, and with its close proximity to Legoland, what better place to take the little’uns? With children on not, if you are looking for a quick meal after a busy day in Windsor, Zizzi should definitely be on your list of considerations.
You can expect this Zizzi to be pretty busy with tourists and locals alike, so we recommend booking in advance so you can guarantee a spot for everyone in your party; Italian is one of the nation’s favourite cuisines after all.