The Three Tuns

The Three Tuns

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
8 Market Street, Windsor, SL4 1PB
The Three Tuns, built in 1518, was originally known as The Guildhall until the building of the present Guildhall in 1689. Since then it has been an inn and is now a public house. Renowned as the birthplace of King George III's tipple of choice - purl (mulled ale and gin) - the pub is unsurprisingly popular among visitors to the town, locals and Etonians alike - it has even been known to entertain more than a few royals in its time.

The menu boasts a wide selection of traditional home-cooked English dishes, including their highly celebrated steak and ale pie and hunter's chicken, both of which are served as satisfyingly large portions and are superb value at just £6.25. Lighter options are also available, with topped jacket potatoes from £2.95 and smaller basket meals offered at £4. Families with children are most welcome in the restaurant, and the kids' menu will keep them happy - with two courses for a mere £3.95 - whilst the adults enjoy a glass of wine, ale (London Pride is a mainstay along with two guest ales) or freshly-ground coffee.

As well as providing a very warm welcome, manager Alexis is a fountain of knowledge. She can tell you anything you need to know about the history of The Three Tuns and the town of Windsor. Passionate about her food, customers and local history, it is no wonder regular patrons refer to her as 'the best host in the country'.
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