Racegoers can enjoy several Fine Dining options for our King George Weekend. Make your visit to Ascot extra special by booking one of our Fine Dining packages, which offer guests an unforgettable experience thanks to stunning locations, top class cuisine and impeccable service from our Raymond Blanc Academy-trained staff.
Located high up on the sixth floor of the Grandstand, our Panoramic restaurant offers one of the best views of a sporting arena anywhere in Britain. Its elevated position offers uninterrupted views across the track, down the Straight Mile and of the Winning Post.
It’s therefore no surprise that that the Panoramic Restaurant is one of the most sought-after Fine Dining options at Ascot, with its delicious cuisine complemented by its own private balcony and outdoor terrace.
A trip to the races, and to Ascot, can be as much about the occasion as anything else. Here are some pointers for racegoers joining us in May for our Summer Mile Racing Weekend.
In the King Edward VII Enclosure, Ladies should dress for a smart occasion. Hats and fascinators are preferred but not mandatory. Gentlemen are required to wear a jacket with a collared shirt and tie. Trainers are not allowed. Children under 17 should adhere to the adult dress code but this does not apply to very young children.
Please note that fancy dress, novelty and branded or promotional clothing is not permitted within the King Edward VII Enclosure.
No formal dress code applies to the Queen Anne Enclosure during the Flat season, but racegoers are encouraged to dress smartly. Fancy dress, replica sports shirts and bare chests are not permitted at the racecourse.
Saturday brings with it one of the most historic and prestigious races in the world, the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes (sponsored by QIPCO). Launched in 1952 as a tribute to Her Majesty The Queen’s parents, the race has long-been recognized as Europe’s premier, midseason, middle-distance race for all age groups. It has been won in the past by numerous Royal Ascot winners, Epsom Derby winners and Prix De L’Arc de Triomphe winners, many of whom are immortalised at Ascot through bars that carry their names.