The Richmond


The Richmond offers seafood snacks and a strong choice of classic cocktails from its homely Dalston base on Queensbridge Road. It’s a joint venture from Brett Redman – of Elliot’s in Borough Market – and Margaret Crow, a Texan fashion consultant.

Standing on the site of the former Egyptian restaurant LMNT, the space serves up palate pleasing oysters, clams and scallops through the week and family-sized roast dinners on Sundays. Wash it all down with a classic cocktail or something from their hand-picked, raw wine list instead. You can pick up £1 Oysters during Happy Hours, which run throughout the week.

The venue comes designed by an antiques dealer and is open for comfort foods and relaxing evening catch ups seven days a week.


  • Happily Affordable ££
  • No door charge
  • None


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 17:00 0:00
Tuesday 17:00 0:00
Wednesday 17:00 0:00
Thursday 17:00 0:00
Friday 17:00 0:00
Saturday 11:00 0:00
Sunday 11:00 23:00



The Richmond, 316, Queensbridge Road, E8 3NH



Nearest Station

Dalston Junction (Rail)



Drink Price*
Pint of Lager £5.00
Pint of Real Ale £5.00
Cocktail £7.00
Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large ) £4.50
Bottle of Champagne £50.00
* Prices shown are the starting price.
  • A word from the chef:

    A host of fresh seafood will be on offer in the week, with the focus shifting to their family-styled roast dinners on Sundays.

Customer Reviews (1)

Our Review

The Richmond Dalston - London Restaurant Review

The Richmond Dalston - London Restaurant Review

Located on Queensbridge Road – perched between Dalston and Haggerston - I lived just a stone’s throw from The Richmond for the best part of five years, but it wasn’t until recently I’d actually ventured in to try it out for myself. Promising a fresh range of seafood, quality meats…

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