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Cheap Food in Windsor, Berkshire*

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  • Misugo, Japanese restaurant on St Leonards Road... friend recommended it to me ..and i am glad i went...small cosy restaurant with a romantic atmosphere.. and it does all kinds of raw fish ..the nigiri and sushi is so fresh..the dessert was really nice too.. pear & ginger cheesecake?
  • Go to the cafe's at the end of Peascod Street. Most restaurants are ok in Windsor, but Uncle Sams is over priced.
  • Antalya is a true Turkish Delight - excellent food, setting and service
  • The Hong Kong on the road parralell to the padestrianalised part of the high street by the big multi-storey car parc.
  • 100s of restaurants. Every taste of food. Viceroy does excellent curries, China Town take away a fabulous sweet and sour king prawn. But my number one is the thai opposite the arts centre - a fantastic 3 course meal for 30 (2 people).
  • God is this that much of a tourist town, whaddya want, it has everything!
  • Lots - but you will have to fend off tourists in the summer! The train station has a "Covent Garden" sort of trendy feel - but beware of High "trendy" prices. The latest addition to the complex is La Tasca - however if you want to try authentic Spanish Tapas try somewhere else, there is nothing authentic about paella with brocolli!!!!!
  • Reasonable selection. I like the Viceroy in St. Leonards road, although one of my mate's swears he got food poisoning there - he prefers the Red Rose. Chinese takeaways etc. McSh*t is here unfortunately.
  • Corner Bar and Upstairs restaurant is THE place to go this spring. Newly opened wit a 5 admission charge but then all food is at cost plus VAT and works out really reasonable.
  • Loads (all sorts)
  • Al Fassia - good but quiet Moroccan restaurant in St Leonard's Road La Taverna - lovely Italian food but a bit expensive there's a Belgian cafe at the station which serves good coffee & cakes

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Last updated: 2008-10-14

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