The Duke opened in December 2007 – it’s Richmond’s only true gastro pub, just between the High Street (Jigsaw is on the corner if you are looking for us) and Richmond Green. We are conveniently close to Richmond Theatre and the train station - and not far from the rugby at Twickenham either. The Duke offers possibly the best food in Richmond from the kitchen of our Head Chef, Sam, and his talented team. There is a daily changing menu of fresh and seasonal dishes, a lovely dining room and a really beautiful Victorian bar if you want to meet friends for a drink. A great place for lunch and dinner, for a drink, for weekend brunch and fabulous Sunday roasts with the whole family. It’s a little treasure and a great respite from the bustle of Richmond’s town centre.
£26 to £40
lovely place. three of us dined with appetizer, bottle of wine, 3 desserts n 3 entrees for 80+ pounds. great meal, wine n desserts. no complaints!!!more
The Duke! You are the greatest Duke of all the land!
After making a trip to Richmond Park to strut about with the red deer, we came to the Duke because it claimed to have the best roast of all of Richmond.
When we gobbled down our huge roasts, I must say, they were only being modest. My pork roast was topped with crispy piece of crackling and a wonderfully aromatic gravy. We washed it all...more
Very good gastro pub. Hard to fault - can be a bit lacking in atmosphere on the odd occassion but the food and staff make up for that. " parts to the bar with a more formal eating area away from the bar. Very busy at weekends but maintains it's high standards.more
Love it! it's our local gastro pub and the team always tries to get even better. They are now changing the menu more often, so there is always something new to try.
The staff is wonderful and welcoming. Food a simple pleasure and caters for the hungry rugby player as well as the weight conscious ladies. It's best to book, if you want to sit in the restaurant. Otherwise, dont come too late or...more
My fav local restaurant. Very good food, super nice atmosphere. It has separates the bar area from the dining (and calmer) area. It's typical gastropub food, but in a good way. Quite stylish too. No TVs, no screaming fans.
The menu doesn't change that often, and as we tend to go quite often, it's a bit of a bore. But that's ok :) I would recommend the chocolate bread and butter pudding. But...more