Set in the heart of the historic town, the four-star Macdonald Windsor Hotel’s restaurant, Caley’s Brasserie, has welcomed a new head chef.

Daniel Woodhouse has expertly created an innovative new menu, offering diners contemporary new flavours, whilst reflecting on the hotel’s classic surroundings.

Guests can indulge on an assortment of dishes, including pan fried wild cod, with a casserole of white beans, chorizo and samphire, Molasses-glazed duck breast with caramalised endives and a bitter orange sauce and a Jaffa Cake inspired dessert, with whipped chocolate custard, crumble and Earl Grey tea cream. Other favourites on offer include Scottish scallops, prime-cut steaks and lemon meringue pie.

Daniel has over 20 years’ experience as a chef, spending time at a range of fine dining and Michelin Star establishments. Having recently joined the team at Caley’s, he brings a wealth of knowledge and skill to the restaurant.

The restaurant takes its name after Maria Caley, a Windsor-born dress and hat maker who was awarded the honour of a Royal Warrant in 1818 by Queen Charlotte, after providing her creations to the Royal family.

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