Maidenhead is a large town in Berkshire, England, on the south-western bank of the River Thames. With a population of about 73,000, Maidenhead is the largest town in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.
Things to do in Maidenhead
4.5 based on 367 reviews
Certainly a place to visit for any occasion. The ambience has a relaxed feel with the staff being very friendly and helpful. Good choice of dishes either choosing from their set menu or ordering individual dishes. Not being a great lover of beef we were able to change it to another dish of our choice when ordering from one of the set menu's which we appreciated. Excellent position adjacent to the river Thames with parking to the rear of the building.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
A 3* Michelin restaurant with rooms on the banks of the River Thames. Chef Patron is Alain Roux.
Beautiful restaurant, exquisite food and attentive service. All of these of course because it has 3 Michelin Stars and they are well deserved. Have eaten here at least 4 times and each time it has been a gastronomic experience.
4.5 based on 475 reviews
We returned to this restaurant after a fairly long break and were not disappointed. The exceptional standard of food and service have been maintained . We received a warm welcome from the maitre and were shown to our table with a minimum of fuss. Unfortunately,...MoreDear Margaret H, Thank you for your wonderful review. It always makes us very happy and puts a spring in our step to read such lovely words. Best regards James D
4 based on 1 reviews
The best English restaurant I have been to - highly recommended. Looks outside and inside like a good pub, with lots of dark wood. However, outstanding service and brilliant food - traditional British dishes with Michelin touches. Chefs tasting menu is £58 for 5 courses is good value.
4 based on 927 reviews
Myself and my partner had a lovely evening meal here.
Great surroundings, decor and location.
We both had the sirloin steak which was cooked perfectly to our individual taste and offered with a variety of sauces and sides.
All courses were nicely presented and served with a smile by our very friendly and informative waitress.
Must return in the summer to make the most of the riverside location.
4.5 based on 270 reviews
A warm welcome awaits from a family run Pub & Restaurant.All dishes carefully prepared by our head chef Sean Muggeridge.Traditional menu to suit all tastes plus daily specials available.Great local and well kept cask ales.Beautiful berkshire location on a lovely village green.Hope to see you soon!
The food and service did not disappoint for an evening birthday celebration. All four of us had a three course meal and enjoyed everything immensely. The squid starter was excellent and everyone had the duck for their mains, leaving empty plates. All desserts were made in house and tasted delicious.
All the staff were very good, especially Jodie, anticipating any needs we had and giving detailed responses to any questions. We will absolutely be back here for our next special occasion - cannot recommend enough!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
This was the best, biggest, weirdest and most expensive meal I will have in this lifetime. A true once in a life time experience: very glad to have done it and I have no need to do it again.
They do to food things which I did not know were possible: the result is not just dining: it is an endless feast for all the senses. The simplest dish was perhaps hot and cold tea. Hot and cold??? Yep, at the same time. Weird and wonderful.
The attention to detail is astonishing and they do their best to customise the meal to you.
My meal took five hours and three minutes from start to finish. It is a set menu, or journey, in seven chapters. Each chapter has several courses. By the end of chapter two I felt completely stuffed, even though I had not eaten earlier in the day. I was nowhere near the half way stage.
The only reason I kept going was that each course was sensational. I suspect them meal must come in at 6,000 calories, maybe more: it would be good to hear from the Fat Duck what the true calorie count is, especially with a wine pairing. Perhaps that is why it is called the Fat Duck: by the end of the meal you will be fat and you will waddle like a duck. You may want to think whether you are up for this eating assault course.
The wine pairing is good: we shared one between us, otherwise we would have been both drunk and fat.
The service is 100% impeccable.
I would go for lunch: if you are going to take five hours, you probably do not want to start at 8pm. Lunch also makes it easier to fast before hand and walk afterwards.
Easy to get to by public transport: train to Maidenhead and then walk for thirty minutes or a short taxi ride.
4.5 based on 292 reviews
Beautiful rural pub, serving good food. Food Service: Tuesday to Thursday: 12pm to 2.30Pm, 6pm to 8.30pm: Friday 12pm to 2.30Pm, 6pm to 9pm: Saturday: 12pm to 4pm, 6pm to 9pm Sunday: 12pm to 4pm. We may close the kitchen early on quiet evenings if we have no bookings. Please call ahead to avoid disappointment.
My Grandparents used to live in Littlewick Green, and Granddad would walk to the Dew drop for a pint or two. That would have been in the early 60s.
By the time it was my turn to discover Brakspears Ordinary, in the late 70s, we used to be regulars here, when it was "just" a pub. Having visited all 127 Brakspears tied houses at that time, teh Dew Drop was always a favourite.
40 years on, it's obviously changed a lot, but I am pleased to see that the beer is just as good, the welcome from the landlord and his team just as welcoming and now there's food to enjoy too.
The four of us had various meals that Saturday evening, some more successful than others. I'd leave the "Coq au Vin" alone next time, but the burger and fish and chips looked very good.
The best thing is that they are completely relaxed about having a dog in tow, so next time we make the 200 mile trip to visit my parents, we will take her along too.
We will be back.
4.5 based on 192 reviews
We visited The Crown on Friday night and were immediately greeted with an atmosphere of positivity, fires alight and the sons and daughters smiling, this was the first time we have been since its refurbishment. They certainly have done a good job, while also retaining all its original character. The food was sensational, a scallop starter with a unique broth Flavoured with juniper! Just amazing! along with a good wine pairing of Riesling. So pleased they are going from strength to strength here, relaxed atmosphere, great food and wine.. offering absurdly good value considering the quality of produce and skill on display here.
4.5 based on 657 reviews
I visited the Beehive with family and friends and had a lovely lunch. It was incredibly busy when we arrived and it took a while to take our order but the service from their onwards was excellent and very attentive. The food was absolutely beautiful with great flavours and beautifully presented. Visit if you can you will not be disappointed.
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