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Windsors Restaurant and Wine Bar
23, Windsor Street

KT16 8AY | View map

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In the centre of Chertsey, Windsors Hotel and Wine Bar is a family-run business that's been going strong for 18 years. It's a relaxed and friendly place, either for a bite and a glass of wine or the full three-course monty. The cosy restaurant seats about 30 people and in the evening the soft candlelight and deep red drapes give it a romantic glow. Start with cheese and bacon potato skins with chilli dip or maybe mussels with chorizo in a white wine and parsley cream sauce. Follow that with braised lamb on mash with tomato and red wine sauce, or for something lighter try asparagus and goat's cheese on a salad of roasted Italian vegetables with balsamic dressing. Finish with fresh fruit tart garnished with strawberries and cream or sneak in a slice of rich chocolate cake. If it's warm, sit out in the pretty courtyard garden.

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