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The best pubs in Richmond

Whether you’re sat in a sunny beer garden on a hot day or beside a cosy log fire during winter, there’s nothing better than a drink among friends in a good ol’ British pub.

With its English countryside feel and picturesque streets, it comes as no surprise that the riverside Richmond is known for its top-notch public houses. 

From the traditional to the contemporary, read on to discover our shortlist of the best pubs in Richmond.

Pubs for foodies

Gone are the days where the best pub food you could hope for was a packet of salt and vinegar crisps. All hail the rise of the gastropub…

The Dysart Petersham

Undoubtedly one of the best gastropubs in Richmond, this high-end eatery serves exquisite food in a restored Arts and Crafts building complete with that cosy winter essential: a glorious wood burner.

Set on the fringes of the vast Richmond Park, the historic Dysart sets out to create world-class cuisine with local, seasonal ingredients, many of which are grown in their own garden.

Choose a la carte highlights such as partridge with kale, cobnuts, baby onions and bread sauce or try the six-course tasting menu. Vegetarians are well taken care of with dedicated veggie versions of both menus.

Why? Fancy food, historic surroundings and creative cocktails using herbs from the garden.

Where? 135 Petersham Road, TW10 7AA   

£ Pints from £4.50, wine from £6.95 a glass, cocktails from £11.

Orange Tree

This stylish pub and boutique hotel is a popular Richmond haunt situated right next to the train station.

If you’re looking for a pub where you can hole up for an entire day, the Orange Tree has you covered with a versatile menu that takes you right through from breakfast to dinner. It also happens to be one of our favourite locations for a leisurely boozy brunch in Richmond.

Why? Classic pub dishes, great ambiance and a scenic riverside setting.

Where? 45 Kew Road, TW9 2NQ

Sports pubs in Richmond

Grab your mates and head to one of Richmond’s livelier pubs to watch the match in style…

The Sun Inn

Just minutes from Richmond station, which provides easy links to Twickenham, it comes as no surprise that this traditional family-run pub is a favourite among rugby fans. On a sunny day, you can even watch the game in the beer garden.

The bar at the Sun Inn has something for all tastes, with an especially good range of real ales and gins. When hunger strikes, tuck into proper home-cooked pub grub like pie and chips or bangers and mash.

Why? Old-school charm and a fantastic set-up for watching sports. 

Where? 17 Parkshot, TW9 2RG

The Cricketers

Head down to Richmond Green and you’ll find one of the oldest pubs in Richmond, London. The Cricketers has been serving punters since way back in 1770! There’s a lovely village feel to this area– you’d be forgiven for thinking you were way out in the English countryside.

The walls of the pub are adorned with cricket bats, sporting memorabilia and the requisite big screens. During the summer, the doors are flung wide open, letting you spill out onto the green to watch a game of cricket.

Why? Community vibes, epic burgers anda stellar sport-loving reputation.

Where? The Green, TW9 1LX

Craft beer in Richmond

The trend for exciting, innovative and– most importantly– delicious craft beers is going nowhere. And Richmond is just the place to sample a few…

Richmond Vault Beer Cellar

You’ll find one of the most atmospheric taprooms around hidden away in a beautiful Georgian basement.

The Richmond Vault Beer Cellar is a fantastic venue bringing you a wide choice of independent cask ales, draught beers and bottles, with lip-smacking food to accompany it. As well as a daily Happy Hour there’s an array of beer-themed deals, from Monday Burger & Beer to Wednesday Ribs & Beer (you’re getting the idea…).

This street also happens to be home to some of the best vegan restaurants in Richmond if you prefer your beer munchies to be plant-based.

Why? Subterranean cool and an impressive list of global craft beers.

Where? 5 Hill Street, TW9 1SX

£ Beers from £4.95 to £11.

Tap Tavern

New kid on the block the Tap Tavern has quickly established itself as a firm favourite among Richmond locals. One of south-west London’s best-kept secrets, this friendly neighbourhood pub is tucked away in a pretty cobbled courtyard.

There’s a total of twenty taps lines, featuring an ever-changing list of beers from classic pale ales to experimental fruity brews such as blackberry mojito sours. Add in around 100 bottled beers and almost 30 small batch gins and you can see why people keep coming back.

Why? Friendly welcome (even to pooches), fascinating tap list and fun Tuesday Beer Club.

Where? Princes Street, TW9 1ED

£ Beer Club £30,gin perfect serves from £10.

Richmond pubs with a view

Richmond boasts stunning scenery, so why not sit back with a cold drink and take in some of the best views in London?

The Roebuck

When a pub is home to the only view protected by an Act of Parliament, it demands a visit. Famously painted by Turner, the Roebuck’s beautiful sweeping vista of the Thames is iconic English countryside.

One of Richmond’s oldest pubs, the 18th Century Roebuck is a relaxed place for a quiet drink, as you soak up the view and the old-school atmosphere. Not to mention they serve up one of the finest Sunday roasts in Richmond

Why? A view to rival all others and a contemporary drinks menu served in historic surroundings.

Where? 130 Richmond Hill, TW10 6RN

The White Cross 

Richmond is renowned for its riverside living and this famous pub beside Richmond Bridge couldn’t be closer to the water of the Thames. You can literally see the waves lapping right from the windows.

There aren’t many bars in Richmond, London where you can still enjoy a drink during a flood, but the White Cross regularly stays open even when its courtyard is underwater. That’s commitment!

Why? Fine ales, home cooking and strong rugby-spectating game with four big screens.

Where? Riverside, TW9 1TH

£ Wine from £6.85 a glass.

Cocktail bars in Richmond

Why should beers get all the glory? Pubs have evolved to celebrate all kinds of tipples, none more special than a fabulous cocktail…

No. 1a Duke St

One of the most popular cocktail bars in Richmond, this chilled out establishment is a real treat. With great food and drinks, a gorgeous contemporary interior and a fairy-lit outdoor courtyard, No. 1a Duke Street has it all.

The cocktail menu here is a tempting blend of old classics and fun new inspiration (hello, campfire hot chocolate laced with Talisker 10yo). The mango margarita is a firm favourite and you can’t beat cosying up with your buddies and a jug of dark and stormy on a cold winter’s night. 

Why? All-day hangout, incredible cocktails and a family-friendly, sustainable ethos.

Where? 1a Duke Street, TW9 1HP

£ Pints from £5, wine from £5.20 a glass, cocktails from £9.

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