We rounded off the meal with coffee on that terrace, before walking back to Richmond station. It worked remarkably well providing just a touch more sweetness with the parsnip puree and black pudding. My squid ink linguine main was sublime. What do you think of The Petersham Hotel judging from the photographs above? What better place to enjoy a glass of champagne than on the terrace, looking out over the river. Continue through Richmond Town Centre A307 turn right after Bridge.
The food is a bland with little taste. The bathroom was incredibly clean and modern in terms of appearance. Summary Overlooking the River Thames and surrounded by meadows is The Petersham Hotel; a privately owned 4-star hotel that was first built in 1865. My favourite aspect had to be the warm cinnamon rolls and a tasty cup of freshly brewed coffee! Of course, a taxi is exactly what I would have done had the weather not turned out to be splendid, one of the best days this year. The balcony design was beautiful with quirky iron furnishings, stepping out onto it gave me the chance to capture the stunning views of the leafy green Richmond meadows. Below you can see some images of The Petersham Restaurant in the day showing the stunning views of the Richmond meadows. Treat yourself to a wonderful Afternoon Tea experience at The Petersham.
The scallops were perfectly cooked too. The hotel dates from the Victorian era but has a modern award-winning restaurant. Very close to where he must have sketched this picture, visitors can stay at The Petersham Hotel. Guests can share a meal in Roebuck and Petersham Nurseries, located about 200 meters away. Set in Richmond near the beautiful Petersham Meadows, this sophisticated space is just a short drive from Richmond station which offers easy access to central London. Jean Didier and his team boast menus that represent the freshest and most seasonal produce.
What a fantastic Restaurant, with views over the Thames to match. There are restaurants, bars and a stadium in the area. Getting there Richmond station is a short cab ride away and less than 30 minutes direct from London Waterloo via South Western Railway. It had a rich broth and was finished with juicy chunks of lobster and edible petals. Walking in to the beautiful dining room I was incredibly impressed by the grand yet warming atmosphere of the restaurant. Of course by this point in the meal, we were both rather full.
The Interior The interiors in The Petersham are absolutely exquisite. For the main the Grilled Whole Dover Sole was a must try. The grand Portland Stone staircase is the most notable feature of the interior, reported to be the tallest unsupported stone staircase in the country. We are now pleased to announce Camilla Wheal as the winner of the competition with this beautiful wedding snap on the River Room terrace. The Petersham Hotel and Restaurant in Richmond, Surrey, stand proud on the side of Richmond Hill, overlooking the River Thames and surrounding meadows. The Petersham Restaurant in Richmond offers seasonal classic British menus in a beautifully tranquil riverside setting, with views onto the River Thames. Ingredients are simple, honest and seasonal, and the service is quintessentially British, with knowledgeable waiting staff.
Leave at Jnc 1 and take the A406 North Circular Road towards Chiswick. Only disappointment was a Confit duck leg which really did not look like prepared by chef but rather looked like village pub food. For her main course, my companion picked the grilled whole dover sole £34 , which came with ratte potatoes, capers and brown butter sauce. The local area The Petersham serves as an ideal base for exploring the best bits of south-west London. The Petersham also offers private dining experiences, for example The Alcove photographed in the last photo above can seat twelve guests tucked away from the rest of the restaurant. About The Petersham Hotel wedding venue The Petersham is a small boutique venue for intimate, elegant weddings, ideal for 30 guests. The swish, spacious dining room is flooded with light from its floor-to-ceiling windows.
Their Afternoon Tea menu is a classic interpretation of the great British tradition featuring a selection of traditional finger sandwiches that can be enjoyed before a range of Petersham pastries such as fruit cake and Victoria sponge. From Centre of London: District Line from central London and the City Underground. Victorian splendour in the leafy London suburb of Richmond Q2 How do you ensure customers get a memorable visit? The road forks almost immediately afterwards, take the lower road. Q1 What inspires your cooking and how did you become inspired to become a Chef? Privately owned Victorian hotel and restaurant on Richmond Hill overlooking the River Thames with panoramic views, seasonal menus, award winning Head Chef. Leave the bridge on your right and continue straight over the mini round-a-bout. You can tell that Chef Ade has such passion when it comes to cooking, the flavours in his food created such culinary delights. Perfect at lunchtime or for an afternoon tea! Where can guests enjoy food and drink? The Petersham Hotel Review is an upmarket hotel in a Victorian Country house in Richmond, Surrey.
The striking hotel is well known for a magnificent three-story staircase, one of the largest unsupported stone staircases in the country. The plate of mushrooms mixed with roasted beetroot and with a delicious dressing was the vegetarian option but looked substantial enough. The Great Broad Walk Borders, only opened in 2016, stretch for 320 metres either side of the Broad Walk path and form the longest double herbaceous border in the country — and its simply out of this world in May. You will not be disappointed. The low-down The Petersham is a majestic hotel steeped in Victorian splendour.