All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Best places to eat in Ascot
Ascot may be better known for its horse riding than its culinary credentials, but just a giant’s stomp away from London, this is the stunning landscape in which metropolitan craft elides into rustic rigour; where a hotpot of international cuisines shakes hands with local produce and flair. From markets to bars, from restaurants to pubs, our two-day itinerary will take you to the best foodie destinations in the area.
The Royal Farms Windsor Farm Shop
Then it’s on to Gilbey’s in the car for an early lunch, just 15 minutes down the road.
Gilbey’s Bar & Restaurant Eton
It’s back in the car again for 20 minutes, for something else to eat The Waterside Inn.
The Waterside Inn
From there it’s just a five-minute walk to The Hind’s Head pub.
The Hind’s Head
And finally, just around the corner is one of England’s most famous restaurants: The Fat Duck.
The Fat Duck
Then, take a 20-minute drive back to Coworth Park.
The Teahouse, Petersham Nurseries Café
Then get back into the car for a 55-minute drive to Dorney Court Kitchen Garden.
Dorney Court Kitchen Garden
From here, take a 30-minute drive to The Hand and Flowers in Marlow.
The Hand and Flowers
A five-minute walk down West Street will take you to The Coach for a drink and a snack.
The hotel is then just 30 minutes away by car.