Reviews on Pub food in Richmond-upon-Thames, England, United Kingdom. 71.4% White British
2.5% White Irish
0.1% White Gypsy or Irish Traveller
11.9% Other White
0.7% White & Black Caribbean
0.4% White & Black African
1.5% White & Asian
1% Other Mixed
2.5% Other Asian
0.9% Black African
0.4% Black Caribbean
0.2% Other Black
Things to do in Richmond-upon-Thames
4 based on 270 reviews
This pub is owned by the same independent group who run Twickenham's Sussex Arms and a number of other beer-focused inns. The formula works for me; informal friendly and a huge range of beer types. Recently I have been to a number of private parties in the pub - usually in the beautiful back garden. The pub has managed these with aplomb - the food has been first rate and the service has been exemplary. The location of the pub is great with the River wending past. The only downside is the lack of parking spaces nearby. I have always managed to find a slot up the side road on the North side of the main road nearby.
4 based on 248 reviews
At 300 years old, we're a timeless place for a pint - but weâre not stuck in the past. Put us to the test and try our contemporary food, our hearty Sunday roasts and our quality real ales while you kick back and relax in a friendly atmosphere. We know you
Chose sausages, mash & greens along with a small soda and lime as thought might fall asleep during show if had a beer. Would have had Tagliatelle with walnuts & stilton but last time couldn't taste cheese and server said still not cheesy.Hi Peter,Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review.We haven't had the tagliatelle on the menu for a good few months so maybe the server misunderstood!However if this does happen again we are always happy to provide more cheese to suit the customers palate. I'm glad you enjoyed the sausage and mash.Hope to see you again soon!Kind Regards,Catherine
4 based on 389 reviews
The Roebuck, on Richmond Hill, is a striking traditional pub in the pleasant suburb of Richmond on Thames. It is uniquely situated offering beautiful views across London, an ideal relaxing place to enjoy our lovely food and drink.
As it was a beautiful sunny day, we just ordered drinks and took them over the benches across the road to take in the beautiful views. But the staff we dealt with were very friendly, the beers were cold and reasonably priced and when we came inside to use the bathroom before leaving, we both thought that the pub was absolutely lovely inside and we would certainly like to return.Beanie14, thank you for your kind review; we are happy to pass along your comments to the team here at Roebuck Richmond! We are lucky to have the protected view & it is simply enhanced on a sunny day we really hope to see you again. Thank you, and have a fantastic day!
4 based on 201 reviews
Started coming here after a wonderful first visit at the beginning of the summer. The staff are truly incredible and we came here to see them more than anything but were again impressed by the food today. Roast beef just perfect, service excellent. Nothing too much trouble, young waitress fetched colouring books for the children and put the cricket on for us too. Feels like visiting family coming here as opposed to most places which are often stressful on a Sunday. We've been told it gets busier in the colder months, we'll still be visiting whenever in the area as this delightful place is so friendly and comfortable. Toliet roll holders need attention but that's the only fault our family of 5 could find. See you again really soon. MBW xHi MariaThank you again for such a wonderful review! You guys are welcome back anytime!!Best WishesDamien
4 based on 536 reviews
Great pub & have been here hundreds of times. Still good food and service, however, they really need to re-think their policy on having dogs in the pub or garden out the back........... from a hygiene perspecitve, you really don't want to see dogs sitting on seats at tables where people are eating, not do you want your handbag being licked all over by a dog - nor their barking every five mins! Come on guys, this is a place to eat & drink - why do people have to bring their dogs to pubs and why do you allow them??
4 based on 347 reviews
Built in 1787 the White Swan has seen many changes as a public house and restaurant but has always maintained its friendly and warm atmosphere. If you are looking for a light bite, business lunch or something more formal, the White Swan can accommodate â
Staying in Twickenham for a few days we looked at menus for all the pubs on the riverfront at Richmond, and strolled down Old Palace Lane when we saw the sign for The White Swan from the towpath. Really glad we did. The menu was far more inventive than others we'd seen, and maybe because it's not smack on the river, seemed better value.The Thai salad starter is very tasty. Prawns in filo more standard. Both mains - chicken and bacon pie and roasted chicken with wild mushrooms and cavolo nero were excellent. So much so we decided we'd return next evening and try a dessert - and the evening after when our daughter joined us. Excellent food throughout (except the beautifully cooked cod loin should have crispy skin if it's left on the fish). The tonka bean and orange panna cotta with crispy brandy snap is brilliant. Wines were excellent quality at a reasonable price. The Papa Figos Portuguese red particularly.Best of all is the front of house service. Just the right tone of friendliness and engagement.
4 based on 287 reviews
We are a family run pub, situated in the beautiful heart of Teddington next to the train station. We have transformed the bar into a cosy area for casual dining and drinking with a restored 80 seater dining room upstairs. We have an extensive menu, rangin
First impression from outside is that this is just another back street pub, located next to Tedding railway station. When I made my reservation, I was told that only downstairs tables were available; significant only because I later found that the upstairs is slightly nicer than the downstairs. Not a problem. Staff were very friendly and efficient. Quick service with a smile. Very clean pub, light and airy. So before the food arrived I was ready to ready to rate this place 3/5. Then the food arrived, and my rating went from 3/5 to 5/5.They served probably the nicest Sunday roast I have ever seen. Generous portions of top quality food, expertly cooked, beautifully presented. Just delicious. I've not been a fan of creamed cabbage before, but now I am if it's how they serve it. Parsnips superb - delicious coating. If my life depended on finding something negative to say about the meal, the best I could do is suggest that the gravy could be slightly thicker, but even that is so subjective as to not really count. Prices vary slightly with the meat chosen (lamb, beef, chicken, pork), but all are under Â£15 per plate at time of writing. Great value. If your entire party want the same meat, you could choose their Sunday Roast Sharing Board, which makes sense for 3 people. A good range of desserts is offered, although none were diabetic friendly otherwise I might have had one. This is a complaint I will be using more often often on TA, because desserts for diabetics are rare but no more difficult that mains for vegetarians. I did have a coffee though and that was excellent. Summary: Well above average food for average prices. The Railway is a Great British gem.Footnote: Thanks to previous TripAdvisor reviewers for rating this to catch my attention.
4 based on 725 reviews
This is very much a Victorian purpose built pub, but its roots are somewhat older. The original Teddington King's Head dates back to 1689, the time of William III. Maybe it's the history of the building that gives the pub its appeal or it could be Polly a
We returned to dine here again early evening after the England vs Ireland pre-RWC game at Twickenham. The food was tasty and the service very good - all round a very pleasant experience which we will no doubt repeat in the future.Good morning,Thank you for your 4* review! We are very happy to hear you enjoyed your meal with us. We look forward to see you again, possibly after another rugby match!Kind regards,Emma
4 based on 866 reviews
We frequent this establishment and their sister establishment (three horse shoes) on a regular basis.We have eaten in these pubs,too many times to remember.The reason we always frequent these pubs, is the ambience, the alcohol, but most of all the food.So... when we attended tonight, we both chose from the specials menus, as we quite often do.I had the sword fish and my partner had the grilled mackerel.The food was...as good as you could ever wish to taste in any restaurant...anywhere.Just when you thought it couldnât get any better! X
4 based on 304 reviews
The oldest pub in Richmond with bags of charm, in the centre of town just off The Green and a four minute walk from the station. Come in and discover our secret sun trap garden and roof terrace, whilst tucking into the best pub food and perfectly kept bee
Loved our dinner here. Friendly service, lovely atmosphere and a brilliant meal. Salted caramelTart at the end was probably the star of the show but the Hake was also excellent. Crab SoufflÃ© needed something more, but tiny things and overall this is a great find and to will be coming back
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