Find out what British restaurants to try in Windsor. Many tourists know Windsor for its casino. But if you dig a little deeper, you’ll find fascinating history here. Once an important stop on the Underground Railroad, Windsor became an important center of whisky production and, thus, a major smuggling port during Prohibition. (Apparently Al Capone liked his Canadian Club.) In summer, catch the enormous fireworks display at the International Freedom Festival.
Things to do in Windsor
4 based on 202 reviews
Date of visit: Monday, May 20th, 2019We stopped at Kildare house for a quick snack, and a beer after a long road trip. Surprisingly - the food was remarkable. The atmosphere is a very old converted victorian house. it is very dark and labyrinthian. Some tables are in tight quarters and confines, which can be a bit uncomfortable. The service is good - typical for a pub. There is a lot of great beer options on tap. The food options on the surface, are typical pub fare, however that is in name only. The food is quite spectacular. We had a variety of meals and each was amazing. I had the fish sandwich, and it was beyond amazing. it came served on a huge bun and the fish was MASSIVE. the lamb sliders - 3 burgers - the largest sliders I Have ever seen. I watched several orders of fish and chips pass by and the orders were so huge, the largest order of fish and chips ever. The prices are very reasonable at the Pub. Huge portions, great food, and good beer. this is an amazing pub.
4 based on 131 reviews
Last time I went it was good but they were unable to get the Steelers game on which was unfortunate, but the two ladies their did try their best to make it happen and I appreciate the effort. It may sound a bit petty, but the only reason I go out of my way to get here on Sunday is for football. O'Maggio Kildare is closer to me, but I prefer this place if they have the game on.
4 based on 104 reviews
Located in the heart of downtown Windsor, The Manchester offers a distinct alternative in eating and drinking establishments. Although our traditions are rooted in the UK-style pubs of past enjoyment and lore, we also strive to create something new and fr
Two vegetarians, one vegan and the fourth was a regular meat hamburger customer. We were there on a very cold snowy noon to celebrate my wifeâs 80th. The meat eater highly recommended this place as she checked the menu on one of her previous visits.I had a delicious vegan wrap and the birthday girl shared her veggie burger with one of the daughters. Then there was of course an order of sweet potatoes fries to share. The birthday girl had a pint of some delicious dark beer, and the two girls had I believe Diet Coke and Perrier. Mine was just plain cool water. When pushed ourselves away from the table we were satisfied and got up with a feeling âgood value for the money spent â.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.