The Antipodea is the latest addition to the Brew Cafe family, based in the picturesque town of Richmond. The venue serves a vast array of seasonal dishes, international recipes and baked goods for South West London's locals to enjoy. The restaurant is run by head chef James Brown and plates up wood-fired pizzas, seasonal dishes and a selection of vegetarian options. Guests can sample the likes of Bengali aubergine and tofu salad, whisky and maple cured pork and Indo-Pacific barramundi with miso mash. 

Accompanying that, the drinks and dessert menu  pack a similar punch. The small selection of wines are balanced by a range of freshly squeezed juices, freshly ground brews and signature cocktails. And to round off every meal with a sweet kick, the mini-dessert pots of banoffee pie, poached peer and ginger crumble, and freshly baked cakes are bursting with flavour. 

This restaurant-bar also boasts a retail section, selling delectable 'home brews', a variety of cured meats and freshly made baked goods. With the backing of the rest of the Brew Cafe brand, expect big things from the Antipodea name. 


  • No door charge
  • None
  • No minimum age


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 8:00 18:00
Tuesday 8:00 23:00
Wednesday 8:00 23:00
Thursday 8:00 23:00
Friday 8:00 23:00
Saturday 8:00 23:00
Sunday 8:00 18:00



Antipodea, 30 Hill Street, TW9 1TW



Nearest Station

Richmond (Tube)


  • Cuisine

    This venue serves International food.

  • A word from the chef:

    The chefs at Antipodea will serve an array of international dishes, inspired by recipes taken from across the world. Think wood-fired pizzas, robata grill plates and a handful of baked goods, made fresh each day.

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