Richmond town centre has some good coffee shops and cafes - from the classic coffee chains to charming independents - and a fair number of greasy spoons.
If you're thinking of a more hearty feast then we recommend a quick look at our page on restaurants in Richmond.
Coffee Shops and Cafes
Cedar Coffee Shop
1 Bridge Street, Richmond, TW9 1TQ
2 Worple Way, Richmond, TW10 6DF
Local deli and cafe serving breakfast, sandwiches, home made food such as salads, main meals and quiches. Reports of great coffee and...
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20, King St,, Richmond, TW9 1ND
Mixed reviews of Alianti there are better local options
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Beirut Street Kitchen
7 George St, Richmond, TW9 1HU
Beirut Street Kitchen is a new Lebanese concept based around wraps and flat breads cooked to order in an open oven....
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Unit 3 Westminster House, Kew Road, Richmond, TW9 2ND
Butter Beans took over from Taylor St Baristas but continues to be antipodean style coffee shop. They serve the same coffee...
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4 Church Court,, Richmond, TW9 1JL
Cafe Alambra has been around for quite a while. It won't amaze you, but it's a good safe bet and seems...
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9, Hill Rise,, Richmond, TW10 6UQ
Overlooks Richmond Bridge and does a pretty good panini.
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7, Lower George St,, Richmond, TW9 1HY
Decent but not exceptional. Plenty of other choices nearby
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Good coffee shop in Richmond Cafe gets good local feedback
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Cook and Garcia
25 The Quadrant, Richmond, TW9 1DJ
Open every day and serves free trade organic coffee, pastries, breakfast rolls, artisan sandwiches, superfood salads, cakes, hot roast sandwiches, fresh fruit...
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27C The Quadrant, Richmond, TW9 1DN
One of the oldest (if not the oldest) chains of coffee shops in the UK, Costa was founded in 1971. Most unusual...
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49 The Quadrant, Richmond, TW9 1DN
Not a standard cafe, the Farmery serves farmfresh frozen yoghurt creations inspired by classic British desserts.
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1 Duke Street, Richmond, TW9 1HP
Italian cafe and deli
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Terrace Gardens, Petersham Rd,, Richmond, TW10 6UX
Herbal teas, fair trade and gourmet coffees, soups, pies and salads.
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Richmond station, Kew Road, Richmond, TW9 2NA
Coffee and pretzels on Richmond Station. We are told it takes 12 hours to make the pretzels, following an artisan bread...
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46 Hill Rise, Richmond, TW10 6UB
Love Food cafe on hill rise gets great feedback. Fresh orange juice and full breakfast menu.
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13 The Quadrant, Richmond, TW9 1BP
More than a cafe, this is a stunning patisserie with great cakes. We often pop in for a camomile tea and a...
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Petersham Nurseries Cafe
Off Petersham Road, Richmond, TW10 7AG
Petersham Nurseries has a restaurant and tea house tucked away off the Petersham Road. The restaurant is excellent serving lunch Tuesday...
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Pret a Manger
2 The Square, Richmond, TW9 1DY
Always fresh, they give away their unused food every night to charity. The service is usually pretty good, and they pride themselves...
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The Retreat Kitchen
16 Hill Rise, Richmond, TW10 6UA
Vegetarian cafe restaurant. Maggie prepares most of the savouries and Claire is the one with the sweet tooth. All the food is...
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Richmond Hill Bakery
54 Friars Stile Road, Richmond, TW10 6NQ
Great coffee, cakes, cupcakes and sandwiches near the park. Very popular with the Richmond Hill crowd.
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16 Hill Rise, Richmond, TW10 6UA
Stylish cafe on Hill Rise in Richmond.
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19-21 Kew Road, Richmond, TW9 2NQ
Starbucks in Richmond is just by the railway station. Very similar to every other Starbucks you've been to with comfy chairs,...
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The Tea Box
7 Paradise Road, Richmond, TW9 1RX
Funky cafe on Paradise Road that serves tea, coffee, alcohol, music and comedy
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