The Dysart Petersham

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The Dysart Petersham has recently undergone a complete interior refurbishment, bringing back to life as many of the original Arts and Crafts elements of the building as possible to set a stylish and comfortable atmosphere.

Our menus change daily, freshly cooked to order by our Head Chef and his team, emphasising freshness, the seasons, well balanced flavours, ethical sourcing and country values. We have a garden and a forager who provide local Petersham grown produce to our chef.

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135 Petersham Road, Richmond upon Thames, London, TW10 7AA

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+44 20 8940 8005

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The Dysart Petersham

Address
135 Petersham Road
Richmond upon Thames
London
TW10 7AA

Yelp

4 out of 5 based on 6 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Dysart Petersham

4.0 out of 5 10 November 2012
by Chris B.

Lovely interior, and wonderful food. A significant step up from a gastro pub. And good for lunch with the children.more

5.0 out of 5 7 May 2012
by Mark R.

New menu every day, always excellent. Great ale, great wine, fantastic food. The atmosphere inside is nice, but for a truly great meal sitting outside in the sun can't be beaten.more

5.0 out of 5 25 July 2011
by Toby M.

Fantastic Restaurant in former Pub opposite Petersham Gate of Richmond Park.

Good for lunch outdoors in sunshine or evening dinner.

Great wine menu, excellent steak and soups.

Indoors is beautiful, understated Edwardian.

Very clean toilets with nice soap too!

If you eat lunch here, you can take afternoon tea at Pembroke Lodge, or eat dinner at the Dysart afterwards.

Has its own stop on...more

3.0 out of 5 6 May 2008
by greenman

Well refurbished , more of a restaurant than a pub.

Been to a couple of the jazz evenings, and while the food was interesting and imaginitive, well cooked and presented, the portions aren't great and I don't belive it is good value.

I'd go again for a drink and the music, but eat elsewhere .

I say that rather sadly because it would be great if they could make it work. Some good wines.more

5.0 out of 5 21 April 2008
by kathi6815

Newly refurbished, this pub is absolutely gorgeous. With its high ceilings and period features such as wooden beams it is really stylish and spacious, having a really fresh, open feel. The sitting area in the garden is also really lovely on a sunny day. Just across the road is an access gate into Richmond Park with footpaths leading up the hill to some of the best views the park has to offer....more