Richmond’s Thriving Culinary Scene

Richmond’s Thriving Culinary Scene

Richmond's vibrant culinary landscape is about to get even richer with the upcoming opening of no fewer than four exciting new eateries, promising to tantalize taste buds and delight food enthusiasts.

From innovative concepts to beloved cuisines reimagined, these new establishments are poised to elevate Richmond's thriving food scene to even greater heights.

Whether you're craving Sicilian street food, modern Indian dishes, adventurous fusion fare, decadent deli delights or authentic Thai cuisine, there’s something to please every palate.

Located a stone’s throw from the station and Richmond Theatre, Cinnamon Bazaar Richmond creates modern Indian dishes inspired by the marketplaces that lie on the various trading routes that connect the empires of the Old World.

Like its sister restaurant in Covent Garden, it will offer customers an ‘all welcome’ and international, Indian market experience, bringing together flavours from across India and the surrounding sub-continent.

Rosa’s Thai Richmond, on Hill Street, uses the best ingredients straight from Thai producers, from tamarind sauce that goes into every Pad Thai to coconut sugar used in their curries, to create truly authentic dishes. 

If you’re visiting Rosa’s for the first time you have to try their signature dish, Pineapple Red Curry. Younger members of the party can choose from the little Rosas menu designed specially for children.

Opening in May at the crossroads of Kings' Street and George Street, Sticks'n'Sushi Richmond embodies the collision of nature and urban life that London is known for, offering a culinary oasis just moments from the bustling streets.

Sticks’n’Sushi was founded in 1994 by brothers Jens and Kim Rahbek and Thor Andersen. Taking inspiration from their half-Japanese, half-Danish background, they created a unique cuisine that combines two culinary traditions.

Sticks’n’Sushi serve high-quality, fresh food based on a unique combination of traditional sushi and yakitori sticks from the grill.

Located on Hill Rise, just a short walk from the river and opening this spring, Noci – meaning walnut in Italian – brings homemade, silken pasta, regional street food-inspired snacks and cocktails to South West London.

Enjoy cocktails on tap including a changing line up of ‘Seasonal Spritz’ with flavours such as yuzu & rhubarb, lemon & elderflower and favourite Spicy, Tommy’s Margarita.

About Richmond

Richmond is an affluent residential district bordering the River Thames. Tranquil Kew Gardens attracts botanical enthusiasts and families with its huge Arboretum, 17th-century Kew Palace, and panoramic views from its Treetop Walkway. Herds of deer roam Richmond Park, a popular picnic spot. The Quadrant main street and nearby roads have eclectic shops, casual and upscale dining, and performances at Richmond Theatre.