Cheapside Road, ASCOT, SL5 7QG
En route to Windsor Castle, Queen Victoria's carriage was allegedly sometimes spotted outside this 400-year-old, flagstone-floored, low-ceilinged pub, while what the history books call 'her faithful servant' John Brown knocked a few back inside. The sheltered garden makes a fine spot to enjoy a Fuller's real ale, a glass of wine and, for lunch, perhaps sausage and red onion marmalade ciabatta or a ploughman's. For something more substantial try warm mackerel fillet, pickled winter vegetables and home-made guacamole, then lemon and thyme marinated corn-fed chicken breast, rustic ratatouille and dauphinoise potatoes.
Tel: 01344 620874
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Fuller's London Pride, Thatched Best (pub's own from a local brewery), Guinness
Mon-Thu 12-3 5.30-11 (Fri-Sun all day)
No coach parties catered.