Ive been here twice and both times with kids during the day.
Considering the area it is in its very friendly and laid back . The food is fine. The service is great . We were in here on a Sunday and the roasts were on the menu and male really wanted a steak. The barman checked with the kitchen and they made steak. The park across the road is a beautiful view but inside is a traditional looking...more
Living in Richmond you sometimes forget how beautiful it can be. So to remind yourself you can't go wrong with taking a walk up the hill to take in the views at The Roebuck.
I can't review the drinks, or the food, or the pub itself because they don't matter. You don't go to this pub for those things. You go for the stunning views across the river Thames, Twickenham Petersham and Ham.
Holy cow! Rock and Roll gods, such as Mick Jagger, have wined and dined here? That must make me awesome by proxy.
At first glance, you might not think anything of the pub at all. It's a pretty big hike up the hill from Richmond High Street, and the row of million pound houses surrounding kind've overshadow the place, but it's a great pub! What's even better? Taking your pint across the...more
Recipe for a perfect Summer evening in London.
1. Go to the Roebuck
2. Order a jug of Pimms - for the uninitiated this is a dark tea coloured gin based spirit drunk in England in the summer. It is usually mixed with lemonade and fruits including strawberry and cucumber
3. Take the jug outside and across the road to one of the park benches along Richmond Hill Rise. Don't worry this is...more
The Roebuck has a few, important things going for it, which make it an extremely worthwhile cause to visit this pub.
First of all, the location - it is situated on top of Richmond Hill, away from the hectic crowds of Richmond. To get here by foot from Richmond is a little bit of an uphill trek, but it is worth it. Or, if you are having an afternoon stroll around Richmond Park, this is located...more