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1215 Restaurant at Fairmont Windsor Park fine dining food
1215 Restaurant at Fairmont Windsor Park fine dining food

1215 Restaurant

The fine dining restaurant 1215 at Fairmont Windsor Park is set on our south lawn overlooking our private terrace and manicured gardens. An intimate and beautiful setting where you can enjoy a special occasion or indulge in a culinary experience which will make you want to return for our quality British cuisine. We are proud of the provenance of our locally grown products where we work with The Royal Farms, Windsor artisans and our very own herb and vegetable gardens.

 

This restaurant was named in recognition of the signing of the Magna Carta in the year 1215. The Magna Carta, which is one of the most important documents in history and indeed of medieval England was signed only a short walk from the hotel in the historic grounds of Runnymede.

 

We welcome children over eight years old in 1215 Restaurant. For group bookings of more than eight people, please email Dining.WindsorPark@fairmont.com.

Our Menus

Discover a symphony of flavours curated by our esteemed chefs, each dish a testament to the culinary excellence that defines 1215.

Reservations

Lunch: Friday & Saturday: 12pm-2pm

Dinner: Wednesday to Saturday: 6pm–9:30pm

The Walled Garden

The Walled Garden serves as a cornerstone of our culinary identity, marrying the art of gardening with gastronomic innovation. Here, every leaf and petal tells a story of sustainability, contributing to the rich tapestry of flavors featured at 1215 Restaurant.

The Walled garden at Fairmont Windsor Park

Walled Garden Reel

Discover how we bring the freshest produce to your table, crafting a sublime dining experience.

Tim Sheed, Head Chef

At the helm of 1215 Restaurant is our talented Head Chef, Tim Sheed. Tim honed his craft in some of Britain’s most prestigious luxury hotels and restaurants. His journey has seen him contribute to the achievement of a Michelin Star as well as being named Sussex Young Chef of the Year.

 

His commitment to showcasing the finest locally grown produce ensures that every dish tells a story of quality, creativity, and the rich culinary heritage of the region.

 

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