Windsor Castle

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Kensington

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  • Address:

    Windsor Castle 114 Campden Hill Road
    London
    W8 7AR

  • Venue phone:

    020 7243 8797

  • Venue website:

    www.thewindsorcastlekensington.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Open noon-11pm Mon-Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun. Food served noon-4pm, 5-10pm Mon-Fri; noon-10pm Sat; noon-9pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Notting Hill Gate tube

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    1. Windsor Castle

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Ana Z

This building is always packed with fun people and has a smashing beer garden with a bar in the back. Excellent choice of beers and ciders!

George Kelbie

Have used this pub on and off for 7 years as i live locally and recently went back after its refurbishment. That however will be my final visit as the pricing policy is absurd even for Central London. Only nuts for sale are from a jar @ £4.00 a hit. Timothy Taylor's " Landlord " beer £4.45 a pint and a pint of stout over £5.00. It's an insult to people's intelligence and if they're trying to make it an " exclusive " venue for the increasing number of mindless Hooray Henrys so be it. Better pubs in the area include the Elephant & Castle and the Churchill Arms.

Isobel
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Aesthetically, this place is lovely. Nice location, charming detail, staff a little lacklustre and then suddenly, you realise you must be in THE MOST expensive pub in London. It's a Mitchell & Butler pub, they seriously need to stop exploiting people. Just because it's Kensington, doesn't mean you should pay £5.40 for a pint and £19.50 for a roast! I eat out for a living and I can honestly say, the prices here offended me. Had the roast been exceptional, yes, I could swallow it, but the chips were over-cooked and dry like cardboard and so were the roast potatoes - which are an essential part of one's happiness and contentment when it comes to a roast dinner. It's a family pub, but they offer NO children's menu choices, so if your kids want a burger, prepare yourself for a £19.00 one that's comparable with any other nasty old chain. They are letting themselves down and taking the P*** out of everyone in the meantime. Tragedy. Beautiful pub, without a heart.