Established way back in 1909, Richoux restaurants are renowned for their immaculate patisserie counter and varied all-day dining offering. Showcasing timeless, continental-style décor and a stunning display of cakes and sweet treats, Richoux St John's Wood is a perfect spot for breakfast, morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner.
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3 Circus RoadSt John's WoodLondonNW8 9JL
- +44 20 7483 4001
Would never go back for just one reason: bitchy Vietnamese waitress scowled the entire time we sat. No response when we thanked her for giving us the menus (no "sure", "no problem", nothing) or no courtesy shown when we asked questions. When we asked for the dinner menu to see the two-course £11.95 special, same scowl. Left after 5 minutes of sitting and I complained to the manager.
This branch was very friendly and we had a lovely waitress who was chatty and informative. Richoux Club was very tasty and contained wonderful grilled chicken, smoky bacon and fresh lettuce and tomato. Chicken Escalope was cooked to perfection and was accompanied by tasty spaghetti. We ended our meal with a very fresh Eclair au Cafe. The atmosphere was relaxed and pleasant, and we enjoyed...more
I had to have a "traditional" English breakfast before I left. The service was fine,but either they had an unexpected b-fast rush or they were just understaffed. The wait was a little long, but the waitress was pleasant and polite. The food was great! I had the standard bacon, sausage, toast, beans, tomato, mushrooms, etc. and it was all very flavorful and good. Would definitely...more
What a trainwreck.
Slow, inattentive service: the restaurant only had a few tables seated and several servers conversing behind the counter and only two servers actually (though glacially slowly) waiting tables.
Food was a tired, sad take on the French bistro theme circa 1970.
As icing on the cake, the cakes were stale and everything was considerably overpriced (yes, even for the area).more
Service takes a while and the wait staff is limited but they are very nice. I just popped in after a day of shopping in St John's Wood neighbourhood. Very affluent neighbourhood and great shops in a quiet but bustling area.
Greeted and seated right away. It's tea time here so lots of people coming in for a pot of tea, a snack, a cocktail or out version of 'dinner'.
We had prosecco and...more