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Booked lunch here en route back to Norfolk. Don’t know why it was fairly empty - perhaps Saturday lunch is not the busiest time - but we all had the steak and ale pie which were superb. Chips too were very good. Cheerful staff. Highly...More
Great find for our party of 8 outside in the courtyard
Great service, great menu and recommend the piri chicken burger
Good selection of drinks, nice courtyard setting, next to the Datchet church
Would visit again
We had been to the Stag a few times before lockdown with nothing but praise. However today was a very poor experience. We booked a table for two, made our choices from the online menu and were looking forward to a great meal. We were...More
The food was incredible and they were great at making my child a celeac safe dinner. They checked everything. Took a while to get seated but they were super busy. The staff were friendly and the prices were great.
Will definitely be back.
We really enjoyed our dinner at the Royal Stag - food was great, a decent selection of drinks, quick and friendly service in a very pleasant dining area improvised from the top of the carpark.
Bit of a bummer being told to "get out of...More
Date of visit: July 2020
BoatmanWindsor, Guest Relations Manager at Royal Stag, responded to this reviewResponded 3 August 2020
It's been over a week since we messaged 'CWalton777' for (confidential) info on the date/time etc., of this alleged incident as nothing akin to this was reported to or observed by any member of staff or Management.
If having an dig at a venue that...More
Pie was 10 out of 10. But the chips were hard and crispy. The swirly sausage was just okay. Mash had lumps in it. Gravy was a little gloopy. Price for 1 starter, 2 meals and 2 soft drinks =43 pounds. Quite Expensive.