THE BEL OF THE BALL
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