It's official: Windsor is stuck in a lunch rut, according to research from Philadelphia.
The cream cheese spread firm's research reveals that 95 per cent of Windsor responders described their daily lunch as boring and
Village pub head chef Justin Brown is releasing his own dinner party cook book.
The 32-year-old chef at the Fifield Inn will release his book 'Dining Through the Seasons' in September.
Justin, who took over
Business has been booming for a Mexican restaurant that recently moved from Twyford into Maidenhead High Street.
Owner of Poco Loco, Leonardo Ferrara, says it has been busier than he was expecting and he has
Eating Out in Burnham can be made easier by browsing the list of restaurants in Burnham online in the Burnham Advertiser's business directory. Whether you're looking for Chinese takeaway, pub grub, Italian food or Indian, you will no doubt find something to suit your appetite from the selection of restaurants near Burnham.
If you're looking for a venue for a special occasion, Burnham has a number of eateries and restaurants that provide a picture perfect setting for any special event. Or perhaps you'd prefer something a little more grand, in which case you could look at any of the National Trust mansions or exclusive hotels in the area. If you're after a place to take a big group for a working lunch, then you will be able to choose from a range of larger venues in the heart of the town that can cater to large groups. Alternatively, if you're looking for an intimate meal, then you can find lots of smaller, independent restaurants scattered around town.
Indian restaurants in Burnham are generally located in the town centre, while Chinese takeaways are often on the outskirts of town. Italian restaurants can be found all over the area and pubs of course feature heavily in the culinary landscape of Burnham. Pub dining can range from high end to cheap and cheerful and to find the right one for you, simply take a look at our online business directory for a complete listing of Burnham restaurants.