The Petersham Restaurant
Time Out says
The dining room at this Petersham Hotel restaurant, in Richmond, is certainly a bit of a draw for those who like their rooms classically done - think immaculate white table linen, buffed glassware, heavy curtains and chandeliers. It's the views outside that really appeal though, with window seats looking out onto a long stretch of The Thames snaking past pretty parkland.
The food menu has been put together by head chef, Ade Adeshina - a chap with previous at Aubergine, Petrus, The Square, Bonds, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay and The Capital. Adeshina joined The Petersham at the end of 2014, moving from his position as head chef at Galvin Bistrot de Luxe, on Baker Street.
There's a modern-British slant to the dishes. Expect options ranging from a terrine of ham hock and pig's cheek served with pear chutney and pickled vegetables to steak tartare, honey-roast Dingley Dell pork belly, white truffle risotto and a rump of Welsh lamb with couscous niçoise, grilled courgettes and a marjoram sauce.
Afternoon teas prove popular too, as do Sunday roasts.
The Petersham Hotel
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