Great food and great service. I have eaten here many times and I have not been disappointed once. Definitely encourage everyone to eat here.
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Dined here whilst staying overnight at the King's Head Hotel. Typically French style restaurant with stone floors. French music all lead for good atmosphere. Excellent starters - asparagus wrapped in palma ham with poached egg, followed by chicken in Breton style with mushrooms, leeks, onions,white...More
On holiday in Richmond went to Rustique at 530 not a soul in room.Had 3 course menu for £17.95 every course just lovely and good portions.Our waitress was charming and efficient.Really great food and great value.
My wife, brother-in-law, his partner and myself were going out for New Years Eve. We booked a table for us all at 2000hrs. Prior to our arrival we had pre-ordered our food from the New Years Eve menu. A 3 course meal for just under...More
We enjoyed a very nice meal with friends on Saturday Night. It is quite a basic set up with good atmosphere and sound cooking from the kitchen. The choices on the two Menus have something for everyone. Service was attentive and food was all well...More
Secluded away in an arcade off a little lane in Richmond market place, this place is a little gem. Very French in its atmosphere,it is comfortable playing French music. Menu is quite broad as is the wine list. Service is excellent. Food is served promptly...More
Ate here earlier this month on a Saturday night. We had the Festive Fayre and it was delicious, especially the turkey dinner. Well recommended.
Nice little eatery in Richmond. We popped in one evening whilst staying nearby and ate from the festive 3 course menu - we had two courses from this. Spicy parsnip soup delicious, I had the turkey dinner which was tasty and my partner had the...More
Decided to go here for lunch when in Richmond recently having read a few reviews and looked at menus. Nice atmosphere in an interesting building. Very nice food, paricularly enjoying the Onion soup and Assiets Fruites de Mer. Worth a visit when in the area.