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Baranda is a focal point in Peach Street, with its welcoming glass frontage and smart cream paintwork.
The New Mill is a restaurant for all seasons, but in summer it is even more stunning.
A mixed starter of chicken and lamb tikka, sheek kebab and tandoori fish whetted all appetites nicely, while chicken biryani delicately flavoured with fresh mint brought murmurs of appreciation from all.
Amir Restaurant is one of those tucked-away restaurants that deserve a much higher profile.
At The Warren you can have a cocktail or a pint, pick at a sharing platter or have three courses from scallops, through spit roast duck to rich chocolate marquis.
Ye Olde Leathern Bottel has an al fresco dining area and a beautiful garden, which manager Jon Swindle describes as “the best pub garden in Wokingham”, just waiting to help everyone unwind.
If there were a Szechuan Inn on every local parade of shops, the world would be a happier place.
Everyone loves an inn steeped in history and the fourteenth-century Stag & Hounds is more steeped than most.
The Koh-I-Noor in Priestwood Square must be one of the most aptly named restaurants.
When a restaurant has a large number of regulars, who keep coming back, it speaks volumes.