Worth Trying Once

Some of the best restaurants in the world are found in the greater London area. Some are very reasonably priced, and going for lunch is a great and affordable option.

Al Boccon Di'Vino (Richmond)

We’ve been anxious to try this Italian restaurant in Richmond and finally managed to get in. When it comes to ordering, you simply choose 'red' or white' wine (by the bottle) as the rest is pre-determined. Our four hour, 10+ course seating left us happy and full. If you are OK with going with the flow, this restaurant without a menu is definitely worth a visit. Note that seating is tight and book well in advance to avoid regret, especially on weekends.
www.nonsolovinoltd.co.uk+44 2089 409060
14 Red Lion Street, Richmond TW9 1RW

Bingham Hotel (Richmond)

This is another great Richmond restaurant in a boutique hotel on the River Thames for a date night or dinner out with friends. They have a six-course tasting menu that has to be taken by the table. We enjoyed one of the best beef dishes since being on this side of the pond. Our party retired to a cozy table with couches by the fireplace to enjoy dessert and drinks. I would also suggest booking a table by a window for market lunch on weekdays, afternoon tea daily or Sunday lunch.
wwww.thebingham.co.uk+44 2089 400902
61–63 Petersham Road, Richmond-Upon-Thames TW10 6UT

Drakes (Ripley)

In addition to regular appearances as one of the top 100 restaurants in the UK, Drakes has received a Michelin star for the past 10 years. The food isn’t fussy, just consistently delicious. The restaurant offers a moderate three-or four-course with or without wine flight.
www.drakesrestaurant.co.uk+44 1483 224777
The Clock House, High Street, Ripley GU23 6AQ


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