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Where to Eat Near Legoland Windsor

If you’re visiting Legoland Windsor you might be wondering where you can stop for a bite to eat with the family after your visit. We have recommended some places close by so you don’t have to travel too far for your meal in our post Where to Eat Near Legoland Windsor.

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Places to eat in Windsor

The Greene Oak in Windsor is a lovely cosy pub with a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. You can see the menus on their website.

Bills in Windsor is just a stone’s throw away from Windsor Castle and they have a great kids menu too. You can find out more here.

The Boatman is Windsor’s only pub on the river. They welcome children of all ages and have a fresh kid’s menu. See more on their website.

Foggs can be found in Daniel’s Department Store in Windsor opposite their infamous toy section. They do cooked breakfasts and sandwiches and hot food at lunchtime and in the afternoon. Click here to visit the website.

Wagamama in Windsor can be found on the High Street. You can visit the website here.

Giggling Squid in Windsor serves delicious Thai food. It’s family-friendly with vegetarian and vegan options. Click here for more.

McDonalds in Windsor can be found on Thames Street if you’re looking for a quick burger to round off your day. Click here for the website.

Five Guys in Windsor has a great selection of burgers, hot dogs and sandwiches. Click here for the website.

Cup of Rosie in Windsor is a pretty little coffee shop set in one of the oldest houses in Windsor. Click here to see their website.

The Real Greek in Windsor serves Greek and Eastern Meditteranean food. It can be found on River Street. Here is the website.

Cinnamon Café in Windsor is just a few steps away from the castle and a great place to stop for a light bite and a drink. Click here for the website.

Enzo’s in Windsor is a traditional Italian restaurant on Peascod Street. You can eat in or takeaway. Click here for the website.

Vansittart Arms in Windsor is a lovely place to eat and has great views of the castle from their covered garden area. Click here for their website. You can also find a lovely play area just down the road if you want to stop for a play before or after you eat. You can read about it here.

Places to eat in Old Windsor

Toby Carvery in Old Windsor has a good kids menu as well as vegetarian and vegan dishes. Click here for the website.

Places to eat in Runnymede

Runnymede Pleasure Ground Café has indoor and outdoor seating and serves a range of hot and cold food including all day breakfasts. You can visit the website here. You can read about our visit to Runnymede Pleasure Ground here.

Magna Carta Tea Room at Runnymede is a National Trust Café which serves a range of hot and cold food and drinks as well as snacks. Click here for their website.

Places to eat in Bracknell

The Stirrups Hotel in Bracknell has a lovely restaurant and private outdoor dining pods, plus open green space for the children to run around. They also have accommodation and are offering Legoland Family Rates for the rooms. Click here to visit the website.

The Lexicon, Bracknell has plenty of family-friendly restaurant chains including Pizza Express, Nandos and TGI Fridays. Visit the Lexicon website to see all that they have to offer.

The Village Hotel in Bracknell has recently been renovated with stylish bedrooms, a Health and Wellbeing Club and restaurant. You can read about our stay here and book on their website here.

Places to eat in Ascot

The Royal Foresters in Ascot is conveniently located between the M3 and M4. You can eat and stay the night here too. Visit their website here.

The Old Hatchet is a traditional country pub situated between Windsor and Ascot. Take a look at their website for menus.

Fego in Ascot is a great place to stop for Breakfast, Brunch or Lunch. They don’t take bookings but you can take a look at their menus on the website.

Places to eat in Winkfield

Honesty Cafe at Tally Ho Farm in Winkfield opened at the start of 2023. It serves hot and cold food and drink and has wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. You can find out more here.

The Rose and Crown in Winkfield is a lovely modern British pub. They have a beer garden and an open fire – depending what the weather is doing. You can view the menu here.

The nearest supermarket to Legoland Windsor in Tesco Superstore in Dedworth, Windsor.

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