Two local pubs have been named in a list of the top 100 best pubs in the UK.

Released by Estrella Damm, bistropubs across the country are judged by a panel of 200 experts to highlight the 'brilliance and vibrancy of the UK’s eating out scene'.

Those on the panel include food writers, chefs and restaurateurs.

The Lock and The Tyne in Old Windsor ranked within the top 50, coming in at numer 32.

Located on Crimp Hill, the bistropub is headed by Adam Hardling who has previously been awarded Scottish Chef of the Year, British Culinary Federation’s Chef of the Year and Chef of the Year in the Food & Travel Awards.

The pub boasts 'simple British classic pub food, with a luxury approach' giving 'a new walk of life to the classic pub dishes'.

The report by Estrella Damm said "Adam Handling is a foodie force."

"The venue offers everything you’d expect from a modern-day gastropub, including a private dining room and somewhere luxurious and comfortable to rest your head following a sumptuous feed.

"The Loch & the Tyne does not disappoint on the gastronomic front.

"Diners are presented with a good selection of menus, including lunch, tasting and a la carte."

Just outside of the top 50, The Hind's Head in Bray ranked at number 55.

Located on Bray High Street, the pub is headed by Heston Blumenthal who has been awarded several doctorates from UK universities, as well as an OBE from Her Majesty the Queen for his services to gastronomy.

Estrella Damm said: "The Hind’s Head lives up to its surroundings, merging classic British style and food with Heston’s modern thinking.

"Menus at the gastropub change seasonally, reflecting traditional British cooking as well as the chefs’ mindset to reinvigorate classic British dishes.

"Heston heads the creativity in the kitchen, supported by his team of accomplished chefs.

"It is Heston’s mind that has made the pub what it is; he has long been obsessed with pushing boundaries, finding new ways of doing things and breaking through what is deemed to be ‘the norm’."