Black Horse

Appealingly reworked dining pub, friendly and relaxed, with up-to-date food, exemplary service and pleasant garden; bedrooms


Accommodation available
Speciality beers
Cask ales
Separate restaurant
  • Separate restaurant
  • Sandwiches sold

Bar food times: 8am-9pm; 8-7 Sun

Typical main dish: beer-battered haddock and chips

Typical main dish price: £14.75

Average two course evening meal price: £20.50

  • Speciality beers
  • Cask ales (3)

Price of cheapest bitter: ££4.45

Name of cheapest bitter: Greene King

Price of a bedrooms starts at £0.00

  • Children allowed in the bar
  • Children allowed in the restaurant
  • Dogs allowed in the bar

The good pub guide review

Adjacent to the attractive red-brick church, this is an extended 17th-c pub in a charming conservation village. There's a proper bar in the middle and two cosy areas to the left: low black beams, rugs on bare boards, settles and other solid pub furniture and several open log fires. Greene King IPA, Timothy Taylors Landlord and a guest such as St Austell Tribute on handpump, 30 wines by the glass and a dozen malt whiskies; staff are friendly and efficient even when pushed. Background music. The main area on the right is set for dining and leads to the good-sized suntrap back terrace where there's a summer barbecue bar; there are also picnic-sets on the lawn beyond. The two bedrooms are stylish and well equipped. The pub launched a farm shop during the coronavirus lockdown; open daily, it's been a big hit locally.

The good pub guide food review

Some sort of good quality food is served all day from breakfast onwards: crispy squid with sweet chilli mayonnaise, Moroccan spiced chickpea and apricot tagine with jasmine rice, confit pork belly with apple and kohlrabi slaw and apple sauce, sharing boards, halloumi burger in a brioche bun with skinny fries, wild mushroom risotto with truffle oil, crispy bacon and hollandaise, half rotisserie-cooked chicken with fries, confit duck leg with balsamic and bacon lentils, fondant potato and orange jus, and puddings such as apple and rhubarb crumble with custard or vanilla ice-cream, and eton mess.

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Contact Details

Black Horse, Windmill Road, Fulmer, Slough, Berkshire, SL3 6HD

(01753) 663183

Pub Group: Greene King

Opening Hours

Weekdays: 8am-9pm

Saturday: 8am-9pm

Sunday: 8am-7pm

Winter: Same