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Queen Charlotte, Windsor Central, Windsor

6 Church Lane
Windsor
SL4 1PA
Phone: 01753859268

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Ian Mapp left this review about Queen Charlotte

Surprising GBG 2019 entry - looks like a gastro pub and from a chalk board offering Olives and Wasabi nuts to go with the beer, that would be a fair description.

Four hand pulls on - Black Sheep surprising "value" at £3.90. In decent condition.

Lots of dining, lots of tourists.

On 2nd December 2018 - rating: 6
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Quinno _ left this review about Queen Charlotte

Popped in again just before Christmas - no problems with my Dark Star Hophead. The decor has settled in a bit and this seems to be a good destination. 7.5

December 2015 (as Queen Charlotte)
Blagged our way in on opening night. Has had a thorough going-over inside and out and has been re-opened under the auspices of a former manager of the nearby Carpenters Arms. It’s a multi-roomed place with some nice décor touches in each, a black and white tiled bar back and a plate glass entrance. Six ales on and a good selection; we tried the West Berks GOB, W&E Mandarin, and Slaters Smoked Porter which were all in decent nick but came in those annoying mini-goblets that chomp some of the conditioning out of the ale on pouring. Won’t leave a mark but will say that this looks very much like one that’ll be on the radar. Unrated

April 2014 (as Blarney Stone)
Now an Oirish boozer which at least had a couple of their natives in situ. Not much changed from its Highlander days except that it looks more down-at-heel. A few seating areas with the long bar off to the left. Nicotine yellow and light red varnish colour scheme. Some quirky high-back wooden pew seating and varnished wood board flooring. Militaria dotted about. Two TVs showing Champs League footy. Two pumps; one redundant, the other selling a fairly terrible Doom Bar for a fairly inflated price. Rated 4

December 2005 (as Highlander)
This pub is in the lanes close to the castle. A fair range of ale and on the cheaper side of Windsor's wallet-busting standards. Good atmosphere inside. Rated 6

On 15th December 2017 - rating: 7
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Malden man left this review about Queen Charlotte

Located in the narrow back lanes close to Windsor Castle this place has a modern feel to the interior although retains separate areas. The main room has the bar on the left hand end wall and sports six pumps. This occasion had Hop Back Red Ember, Rudgate Ruby Mild, Bingham's Waxing Crescent, Reunion Ales Beardtongue, Harvey's Sussex Best and Thatcher's Cheddar Valley cider. That's a pretty decent line up.
Parquet flooring to the main room, mixed seating, cream wood panelling. Decor includes lots of Royal stuff, maps, framed stamp collections and there is a case of vintage Penguin and Pelican books.
Another room beyond to the rear and a small conservatory type space beyond the end of the bar. There are also two function rooms upstairs. The retail style plate glass entrance door and side screens felt rather unpubby though.
Toasty warm inside with the fire going on a chilly teatime, this is a pleasant spot with a very good choice of beers. Certainly worth putting on the list.

On 3rd December 2016 - rating: 7
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Moby Duck left this review about Queen Charlotte

Small L shaped gastropub,modern but comfortable interior,four pumps were in action, Hammerpot RIPA,Black Sheep Pathmaker,W&E Canberra plus Old Rosie Cider. Maybe a little poncey but certainly worth a look.

On 9th November 2016 - rating: 6
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hondo . left this review about The Blarney Stone

Irish pub serving 1 real ale and food.

On 27th April 2015 - no rating submitted
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richard harrison left this review about Maloney's

Well situated, but the food was terrible even the sandwiches came with stale bread slow service, wouldn't bother going back

On 3rd October 2009 - rating: 2
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Quinno _ left this review about Maloney's

[reviewed when named 'Highlander'] Fair range of ale and on the cheaper side of Windsor's wallet-busting standards. Good atmosphere inside.

On 3rd December 2005 - rating: 6
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