Best Pubs In Richmond

A tranquil area of London, where time slows down and the fast-paced nature of the city is left behind, this leafy area is no stranger to a top pint. Boasting a wide variety of great watering holes, from family haunts to sports and countryside spots, here is our roundup of the best Richmond pubs. Get ready for beaut beer gardens and amazing views of the River Thames aplenty.

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Last updated on 5th March 2024

Fox And Duck

Visit Fox and Duck in Richmond to tuck into some traditional pub food whilst cosying up by a real log fire. On the menu are light bites including cheddar and sundried tomato quiche, plus bigger plates featuring juicy burgers. It's the ideal boozer to settle down in and feel like you've escaped to the country. 

The Rising Sun

In need of the best pubs in Richmond for food? We've got you sorted with The Rising Sun. Fronting British gastro dining, delish vino and a wide selection of beer, the venue is perfect for soaking up the sun during the warmer months. Our recommendation? Nab the Cornish lobster fish pie.

Tap Tavern

A cool Richmond pub with craft beers and ales at the heart of the menu, Tavern Tap is a fab choice. Grab a few pints with friends and crack on with a unique snack and food menu, including 'cockles popcorn' and lip-smacking roasts on the weekend.

Tap on the Line

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If you're planning a trip to Kew Gardens, how about stopping off beforehand for a spot of brunch at Tap on the Line? This bright and colourful boozer is adorned with natural light and pretty paintings, making it the ideal starting point for a day filled with beauty. On the menu, you'll find breakfast brioches filled with maple candied streaky bacon, as well as eggs Benedict, Florentine or royale. The mains are worth shouting about too, featuring stellar sandwiches and tasty steaks.

Prince's Head

Looking for a pub as old as time itself? Look no further than Prince's Head, a rustic-style 1700s watering hole set on the green serving up cask ales and classic British fare for over three centuries. But don't fret; their food is quite contemporary, with a menu featuring traditional British dishes with a gourmet, from brown butter Chalk Stream trout fillet to buffalo sauce-glazed half-roast chicken. And when it comes to drinks, they've got all bases covered - ranging from craft lagers to seasonal ales, ciders, spirits, and even delish wines. P.S. If you're a fan of sitcoms, you might recognize this spot as the home of AFC Richmond from the hit show Ted Lasso.