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The Duke of Connaught, Windsor - pub details

Duke of Connaught

Address: 165 Arthur Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1RZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2503) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Windsor & Eton Central (0.4 miles), Windsor & Eton Riverside (0.6 miles), Datchet (1.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 64 users)
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Popped into this favourite local of mine recently, and was delighted to see that they have had the outside all done up it looks great, and great to see a lanlord so committed to his pub,he tells me that he intends doing a refurb on the inside soon, so look forward to seeing the results, but as always great beer and food on offer, and the athmosphere welcoming as always
notsobitterman - 21 May 2013 19:54
visited here a few time during december the pub looked great with multi xmas trees it seemed like every night the pub was very busy serving great food in a very warm and friendly athnosphere, well recommended
notsobitterman - 28 Dec 2012 05:24
Made a visit to 'The Duke' last weekend, having been away from Windsor for a while.

The Thai food is still very popular and seems to be a big hit with both locals and people coming from further afield. I had a chat with two of the ladies who work in the kitchen and you can tell that they care and are passionate about their food. Always a good sign. Certainly the 'Massaman curry' i had was the best I had tried outside of Thailand.

Another good thing about this pub is that it continues to have a good rotation of different real beers, with 3 guestbeers as well as the Greene King IPA on tap.
I did note the comments about the new IPA pump. However, the two friends who were with me didn't notice any difference in taste from the previous pump. i can see how some traditionalists might not care for the pumps appearance though, but it certainly didn't appear to be a problem with those who were drinking it.
The local 'Guardsman', from the brewery along the road seems very popular too.

I must admit I do miss the Saturday night live music, but I cant really see Live music and Thai food going hand in hand. I can understand why it is no longer a feature of Saturday nights.

The 'Duke' is still well worth a visit, particularly for the food, and it is a pub i would highly reccomend.
chinatowndave - 24 May 2012 15:08
Change of hands since last visit, but stilll good little pub. Friendly staff, few odd locals but hey...

puddacat - 18 May 2012 17:29
Having no wish to enter into a slagging match with "Bitterman" regarding his last posting, if his comments were not directed at the pub ,staff,or landlord, why did he open his comments with " this pub has been spoilt by the current landlord" equally if he is so familiar with the Vanisttart, then he should know that on occassions Landlords let their hair down and celebrate various events with their customers,its called "cutomer relations" and accordingly should not be critised for one isolated incidence, how can he rate a pub as one of the best in the area,and then slate the Landlord in such a manner, fortuately most pub goers, can decide for themselves the merits of one pub from another,so does not need to rely on derisory comments from anorak websites.
notsobitterman - 14 May 2012 12:55

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