Jackson & Rye
Are you a lover of pancakes and all things American? Then this is the place for you!
This riverside restaurant offers both outdoor seating with splendid views or step inside and discover quirky jazz-inspired interiors.
Their pancakes are by far the best in town, paired with unlimited maple syrup you’ll feel like you’re at a super classy Wendy’s in the states.
Richmond Hill Bakery
Got a sweet tooth? The cosy bakery offer freshly baked goods and pastries from lemon meringue pies to strawberry tarts.
The petite bakery also dubs as a charming café, offering plenty of seating and cosy windowsills lined with pillows. Perfect for curling up with a cappuccino and a slice of carrot cake.
Like our Richmond apartment, this is a pet-friendly bakery. So stop by on the way to Richmond park for your morning dog walk.
Classy, sophisticated and classic.
This stunning Georgian mansion offers classic English treats with a stunning view of Richmond.
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Escape to this stunning restaurant which combines modern white interiors with tradition Thai artefacts and is sure to make you feel instantly relaxed.
The restaurant isn’t just about exquisite design, the food is just as good with authentic Thai cuisine.
Thai Square offers an extremely reasonable lunch menu, which doesn’t falter against the a la cart menu.
Alternatively, if you’re looking for something both light and exotic the Som Tum is excellent with an explosion of flavours from green papaya, chillies and lime.
Tide Tables Café
Finding somewhere to eat can be hard when you’re vegetarian and even harder if you’re vegan!
Tide Tables is the cutest café, hidden under Richmond Bridge with seating under an old willow tree by the river it’s the most picturesque place to grab a bite.
The café offer solely plant-based foods and a variety of drinks, it is a great alternative to buying food from Whole Foods if you prefer to source locally.
The freshly pressed lemonade is delicious!
Looking for somewhere to have Sunday lunch?
The Marlborough by Richmond Hill offers the traditional Sunday Roast at its finest.
Throughout the week they serve old English dishes to the highest quality, if you’re looking for classically British but don’t fancy pub grub then this is for you.
The restaurant/pub is on the pricier end of the scale with mains ranging from £13-£28 but you won’t be left disappointed.
On a cobbled street just off the high street you’ll find Buenos Aires.
With wooden décor and a large open plan, you’ll ease into dinner with a friendly ambiance.
If you like everything steak then you’ll love it here, whether you prefer a rump or fillet you’ll find a dish for you.
Paired with a fabulous wine menu and generous portion sizes, you’ll have a plush evening.
Much, much, more than your bog-standard fish ‘n’ chips.
Pier 1 delivers your daily dose of fresh fish cooked to your taste buds, whether that’s grilled or fried to golden goodness.
Dishes are served with classic sides from chips to mushy peas, and let’s not forget that giant pickled onion.
If you don’t fancy eating out, Pier 1 also offer take away so you can have fine quality food, from the comfort of your home.
Le crème-de-le-crème of steak restaurants!
Step inside the Guacho to discover ultra modern and luxurious design of monochrome and cowhide fabrics.
The riverside steak restaurant is fine dining at its finest with extremely high-quality steak dishes amongst other meats.
Indulge yourself and enjoy a lavish evening with the respectable restaurant.
By Orianna Rosa Royle