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Anything new/ good in Kingston/Richmond?

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mousse Nov 18, 2013 09:41 AM

Been a couple of yrs since there were suggestions for this area. Am here for a week & have some dinners lined up in London, but need to be out here a few nights. Help!

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  1. zuriga1 RE: mousse Nov 18, 2013 12:01 PM

    Very close to Kingston is this popular place. I haven't been for several years, but the cooking is usually spot on.

    http://www.thefrenchtable.co.uk/

    Kingston itself seems filled with every chain restaurant imaginable... and not much else, but if you want a decent hamburger or like Jamie's, then there's lots to choose from.

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      ManInTransit RE: mousse Nov 18, 2013 12:09 PM

      I read a very good review of the Dysart recently, not been myself.

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        Harters RE: mousse Nov 18, 2013 02:21 PM

        In Richmond:

        The Bingham for highish end modern Brit.

        La Buvette - Brit owned and cheffed but very French

        Saffron - town centre Persian

        Just over the river in Twickenham:

        Tangawizi - posh Indian, with an African spin (owning family are expelled east African asians)

        In nearby Kew:

        Kew Grill - Last remaining (?) part of Worrall Thompson's empire - but very decent steaks in spite of.

        Palmyra - decent enough Lebanese. I was there only the other week. Still good food. Still no customers.

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          brokentelephone RE: mousse Nov 20, 2013 03:43 AM

          Bacco is a great-to-excellent neighbourhood Italian restaurant. They make all of their own fresh pasta; carbonara i had was one of the best id ever tried. Extremely gregarious hosts.

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