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Welcome to Leaf

Nourish the mind, body and soul at Leaf, our independent restaurant in Windsor with a wide-ranging, modern menu.

Showcasing the finest locally sourced produce from our trusted suppliers, enjoy a tantalising tour of the globe in our beautifully designed eatery.

BREAKFAST
Weekdays: 7:00am – 10:00am
Weekends and Bank Holidays: 7:00am – 10.30am

BRUNCH
10:00am – 11.45am

AFTERNOON TEA
12 noon – 5:00PM

ALL DAY DINING
12 noon – 9:00pm

From comforting classics to light bites and delectable vegan options, British artisan cheeses and local beers from the Windsor & Eton Brewery, Leaf is the perfect spot for a leisurely lunch, brunch or decadent dinner.

AFTERNOON TEA

We’re proud to offer a truly special afternoon tea here at The Castle Hotel Windsor. Served from midday until 5:00pm for just £30 per person, guests can sample freshly baked scones with clotted cream and British berry jam, sumptuous sandwiches and an array of sweet treats. 

The Castle Hotel Windsor’s afternoon tea pairs perfectly with blends from Darvilles of Windsor – or a glass of bubbles.

Private Dining

Looking to celebrate a special occasion? In our separate Maple dining room you’ll be able to enjoy intimate gatherings and family get-togethers for up to eight people in stunning surroundings. At the Leaf restaurant we combine great food, tempting drinks and splendid service from our friendly staff to ensure you have a truly memorable evening.

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ENJOY A TASTE OF THE OUTDOORS

On sun-drenched days, be sure to soak up the atmosphere with lunch, dinner or an aperitif in our open air garden. Surrounded by flora and fauna amid the beauty of Windsor, our popular city oasis is open 12 noon – 6:00pm Monday-Thursday and 10:00am – 10:00pm Friday-Sunday (last orders at 9pm).

With stunning sandwiches, salads, grazing boards, small plates and a sumptuous drinks selection, our stylish seating at the Leaf Windsor is incredibly popular, so book your table today. 

RAISE A GLASS TO HISTORY

Castle Hotel Leaf bar – Photography by Abi Moore – 11