River House

River House

British

0.5 miles
Thameside, Windsor, SL4 1QN
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From the winking lights that stud the alfresco riverside patio, to the glimmering chandeliers inside, everything at the River House is a truly sparkling affair. The food also outshines your average bangers-and-mash pub fare. There are five different menus to choose from - day, evening, brunch, children's, set - so you'll never be short of choices here. Moreover, foodies will be pleased to know that all food is freshly prepared on the premises using only the finest ingredients. Scintillating starters include purple figs stuffed with Stilton and wrapped in pancetta, and king scallops served with fennel purée. The restaurant's speciality rosemary bread served with roasted whole bulbs of garlic is a treat to be savoured before indulging in a truly imaginative main course. The discerning diner will be astounded by the fillet steak served with a red wine jus and a delicious rosti cake. An equally tantalising choice would be the noisettes of lamb, served with Dauphinois potatoes, curly kale and Chantenay carrots. The River House is an ideal venue for a special celebration and there is a set menu priced at £26.95 for large groups. For those with a more restrained budget, look out for the lunch and brunch offers for premier-card holders, and reduced evening offers, which are subject to availability.


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Open: Food Served: Mon-Sun 10am-5pm (lunch), 5pm- 10pm (dinner) (Brunch Served: Mon-Sat 10am-noon)
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