Find this good restaurant superbly-set by Eton Bridge, overlooking the river. As it's name suggests, the original building (although much altered) was designed by Sir Christopher Wren - who had local family connections.
On the food front, the kitchen offers a concise seasonal menu with about six choices at each stage.
Dishes tend to be traditional - rather than ground-breaking - so starters such as 'Smooth Chiken Liver Parfait with Fig Chutney'; 'Goats Cheese with Sweet & Sour Beetroot, Walnuts & Rocket Salad' and 'Spiced Shellfish Bisque with Flaked Crab & Coriander' set the style.
'Grilled Rib Eye Steak with Button Mushrooms, Tomatoes & Chunky Chips'; 'Pork Fillet with Sweet Red Cabbage, Chantenay Carrots & Mashed Potatoes' and 'Pan-Fried Sea Bass with Wilted Spinach & Lemon Crushed New Potatoes' being listed amongst the mains.
Puds include the likes of 'Chocolate & Hazelnut Mousse'; 'Traditional Eton Mess' and 'Lemon & Lime Cheesecake'.
- Food Style: Modern British
- Lunch: all week 12.30-14.15; set L £ 25.50 (2 courses), £31.50 (3 courses); mains about £17 to £26; set L Sun £24.95 + Jazz - choldren half price)
- Dinner: all week 18.30-21.45; set D £ 25.50 (2 courses), £31.50 (3 courses); mains about £17 to £26
- Seats: 65
- Wine: a well chosen list kicks off in the low £20's
- Children's portions: When possible
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Nearest station: Windsor & Eton Riverside Rail
- Directions: See the map on this page
- Outside eating
- Rooms available