An old world hideaway in upmarket Kensington, The Windsor Castle offers gourmet gastro pub cuisine and an unrivalled bar stock. Enjoy hearty British dishes underneath the wicker shelter weaved with fairy lights in the cosy al fresco courtyard, or in the nook and cranny-filled pub filled with character from yesteryear.
|Average main course||£10.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£20.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
The Windsor Castle
114 Campden Hill RoadLondonW8 7AR
- +44 (0)20 7243 8797
- Public transport:
- Notting Hill Gate, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Windsor Castle
Surprised by the food chicken Caesar salad! Fish and chips were a tad oily for our tastes very quaint inside more
So this place is away from all the hustle & bustle & tourists in central London. It took us sometimes to find it actually & we got there 3 ish on a Sunday.
The first impression when we walked in was not the best, it was like we are invisible, so many staff walked pass by us without acknowledging or even looking at us. It felt like we are invisible :)
In the end I decided to go inside to... more
Tasty dinner in Kensington. The neighborhood is a nice area. The place can get extremely busy on a Friday night. Most tables after 8pm were reserved.
They had a pretty good selection of cask ales and the food was really tasty. I had the fish and chips. The fish was quality fish and the chips were really tasty. My sister had the sausage with mashed potatoes and gravy. It was also really good.... more
Good food here - came here for the fish and chips and was not disappointed. My fiancee got the cheeseburger and enjoyed it as well.
Found that the customer service here was very casual. It wasn't bad, but, no one directed us where to sit when we came in. We roamed around for several minutes while several employees (we later learned, because, they don't wear uniforms) buzzed passed us. It... more
It's nice to have some local pubs that are just reliable and reliably good. Like the Windsor Castle, a Notting Hill institution that just delivers.
I realised I hadn't been for a fair few years when I spotted a few subtle changes. At first sight everything was just like I remembered it - the walled beer garden, the wood panelled bars separated into cosy bars, the large selection of... more