Find this excellent Indian restaurant down a little alley, close to the castle.
It's owned by cookery writer Mridular Baljekar, and while we list it as an Indian restaurant - vegetarian dishes are well to the fore.
Expect all the Anglo-Indian standards, but cooked to a high standard. These are backed up with starters such as 'Mango Salad with Spiced Kiwi Dressing' and 'Duck Samosas'.
Likewise among the mains, you'll mind 'Malai Chingri' (prawns in a spiced coconut sauce); 'Paneer Pasanda' and 'Faldari Kofta' (dried pomegranate seeds & chopped apricots mixed with crusted potatoes - in a tomato/cashew nut sauce).
Ms. Baljekar' signature dish is 'Gin-soaked Duck with a Chili/Garlic Sauce' probably not a dish you'll find in India, but good none-the-less
For dessert you'll find 'Mango Brulée'; 'Gajjar Ka Halwa' (spiced carrot fudge with Vanilla Ice Cream) - as well as a selection of Kufli's.
- Food Style: Indian
- Lunch: all week 12.00-14.30; mains about £12 to £17 (including rice)
- Dinner: Mon-Sat 18.00-23.00; Sun 18.00-22.30; mains about £12 to £17 (including rice); pre-theatre meal £14.95 (2 courses) between 18.00-19.30
- Wine: a concise, but adequate, wine list is supported by Indian beers
- Wheelchair access: Yes, but not lavatory
- Nearest station: Windsor & Eton Central Rail
- Directions: See the map at the top of this page - down a small pedestrian alley, just off Thames Street
- Parking: Street Parking or Parking Car Parks
- Closed: some Bank Holidays