Spanish TV chef, Omar Allibhoy - dubbed the ‘Antonio Banderas of cooking’ by Gordon Ramsay - is to open his seventh tapas bar in Thames Street, Windsor on Tuesday, October 16.

He said: “I come from the Old Castile - a historic region of Spain so have always felt at home in Windsor and visited many times since moving to England 13 years ago. Tapas Revolution is based on the lively and bustling tapas bars in Madrid, Barcelona and Seville, and I’m excited to bring my version to Windsor.

“Tapas is more than food, it’s part of our everyday culture: food and life are always best shared. I’m so excited to share Spanish heritage with such an iconic English town.”

Mr Allibhoy has cooked for Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge, as well as celebrities like Penelope Cruz, Johnny Depp, Antonio Banderas, Tom Hanks and Bill Nighy. The menu at Windsor will be divided into fish, meat and vegetable sections, complemented by the famous Jamon Iberico ham.