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Restaurants in Berkshire

 You'll love the great choice of restaurants in Berkshire

Berkshire is such a diverse county, with bustling centres like Slough and Reading, historic towns such as Windsor, and charming villages like Cookham and Datchet. It's no wonder, then, that Berkshire restaurants are similarly varied offering plenty of choice. This means you can choose not only the food you love to eat, but exactly the kind of atmosphere you prefer to eat it in. From traditional country pubs to stylish town centre brasseries, restaurants in Berkshire can deliver your ideal dining experience. So why not browse our selection ofthe best Berkshire restaurants and book your favourite now?

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Côte Brasserie - Windsor

Côte Brasserie - Windsor

Centre
French££££
5.1/61561
Côte Newbury

Côte Newbury

Town Centre
French££££
5.4/6724
Côte Marlow

Côte Marlow

Bisham
French££££
5.0/6563
Sindhu Restaurant

Sindhu Restaurant

Bisham
Indian££££
5.3/687
Italian Steakhouse

Italian Steakhouse

Centre
Italian££££
5.1/643
Spices of Datchet

Spices of Datchet

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.6/65
Xenuk Tandoori

Xenuk Tandoori

Finchampstead
Indian££££
6.0/64
Dakshin

Dakshin

Earley
Indian££££
6.0/62
Star of Asia - Windsor

Star of Asia - Windsor

Centre
Indian££££
6.0/61

Haweli Twyford

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.2/65
Al Fassia

Al Fassia

Centre
African££££
5.3/64

Gaylord Tandoori - Twyford

Town Centre
Indian££££
4.0/62

Just Starters

Centre
Italian££££
1.0/61
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    Enjoy the style and sophistication on these brasserie restaurants in Berkshire

    For well-made food in stylish surroundings, you really can't beat Côte Brasserie. They have restaurants across the county, with a focus on French bistro classics and some interesting regional specialities. The menu changes regularly according to the season but some typical specials include an excellent starter of mussels cooked in cider with bacon lardons, creme fraiche and tarragon, and a main course of sole meunière, cooked whole on the bone with butter, lemon juice, capers and parsley. A seasonal fruit pavlova is a great way to finish and there is an excellent wine list to go perfectly with your food, so you can make a real meal out of it if you feel like it.
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    Or try Berkshire restaurants with these exotic cuisines

    If your taste runs to more far-flung food, then there are plenty of restaurants in Berkshire dedicated to delivering exciting and exotic cuisines. Al Fassia in Windsor, for example, brings the flavours of Morocco to this historic English town. Try a starter of bastilla - homemade filo pastry filled with chicken and almonds. For mains, the tagine of slow cooked stewed Lamb with sweet prunes and apricots is the very essence of Moroccan cooking. Sindhu Restaurant, meanwhile adopts a contemporary approach to fine Indian cooking, with intriguing dishes like bathak falliyan - which consists of Gressingham duck breast served with three bean stew and a coriander cress.
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    Live it up or just wind down in Berkshire's fine restaurants

    As you can see, Berkshire restaurants have something for just about every taste. If you're looking for somewhere for that special occasion, then there are lots of options where you can dress to impress and enjoy sophisticated dining in stylish surroundings. If your mood's more laid-back, though, there are plenty of restaurants in Berkshire with a more relaxed ambience. So check out our customer reviews and find the perfect venue for your next meal out!