Richmond Bridge Boathouses
Rents out a variety of rowing boats for journeys along the Thames. Half price after the first hour.
This five-span bridge, built in 1777, is London’s oldest surviving crossing and was only widened for traffic in 1937.
A short walk west of the Quadrant, where you’ll emerge from the tube, is Richmond Green with its mansions and delightful pubs. Cross the...
The riverside location and fine food and ales make this bay-windowed pub on the site of a former friary a winner. There are entrances...
There's little by way of charm in the white, bright and voluminous interior of Pier 1, but the fish here is what it's all about, ferried...
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Chez Lindsay information
An appetising slice of Brittany at the bottom of Richmond Hill, enduringly popular Chez Lindsay serves wholesome Breton cuisine, comfortable ambience and river views. There's an accent on seafood and house specialities include adorable galettes (buckwheat pancakes; from £3.95) with countless tasty fillings (or plain), washed down with a variety of hearty (and very dry) Breton ciders.