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Bel & the Dragon in Wind­sor is back and look­ing bet­ter than ever.

The restau­rant and tea room, which dates all the way back to the

11th cen­tury, has re-opened fol­low­ing an in­te­rior re-fresh, with new fur­ni­ture and fixed booth seat­ing to give the space a com­fort­able, wel­com­ing feel. The area sep­a­rat­ing the restau­rant and kitchen has been bright­ened with glossy brick tiles on the walls, and the Cas­tle Room, which pro­vides pri­vate din­ing, has been re-painted in a sump­tu­ous red.

The kitchen pass will also now be­come a fea­ture, al­low­ing guests a peek at the chefs as they craft their dishes. The menu is enough to get mouths wa­ter­ing with an af­ter­noon tea fit for roy­alty, fea­tur­ing ‘Harry and Meghan’s wed­ding cake’ and House of Wind­sor Scones. know the lo­cals over the past few months, and are so grate­ful for the sup­port of the vil­lage as we set­tle in.” Their ethos will be all about serv­ing good, hon­est pub-grub, with clas­sics on the menu such as Arkell’s beer­bat­tered fish and chips and slow-roasted pork belly.

Oc­cu­py­ing a prime vil­lage lo­ca­tion near to High­clere Cas­tle, and with views out over the fa­mous Water­ship Down, this pub has all the in­gre­di­ents for suc­cess.

Back and bet­ter than ever

The restau­rant has been given an in­te­rior re-fresh

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