The Waterside Inn, by the Thames in Bray, has held onto three Michelin stars for 25 years. Opened by the Roux brothers, Michel and Albert, in the 1970s, Michel's son Alain Roux is now in charge of the kitchen.
A meal at the Waterside Inn is a genuine luxury treat. This is very much a special occasion, celebration restaurant,the sort of place many people would be lucky to visit once, let alone a handful of times in their lives. I'd wanted to dine here for decades. Would the experience warrant that level of anticipation?
The restaurant photos and commentary on the pages that follow will let you judge for yourself.
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|A Champagne Welcome at the Waterside Inn||Hors d'Oeuvres on the Terrace||Lobster, Crab and Prawn for Starters||Artful Main Courses|
|The Cheese Course||A Seasonal Raspberry Soufflé||Blueberry Mousse and Pistachio Crème Brûlée Star in Dessert Selection|
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