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Richmond’s culinary renaissance: four must-try restaurants

Richmond’s dynamic culinary scene is set to thrive with the introduction of four enticing new dining destinations, poised to excite food enthusiasts and delight discerning palates.

From innovative culinary concepts to reimagined traditional favorites, these restaurants will enhance Richmond’s already lively food landscape. 

Whether your tastes lean towards Sicilian street fare, contemporary Indian cuisine, inventive fusion dishes, or authentic Thai delicacies, there’s something to cater to every preference.

Cinnamon Bazaar Richmond, conveniently located near the station and Richmond Theatre, offers a diverse menu of modern Indian dishes inspired by the bustling marketplaces of the Old World trading routes. 

Embracing an inclusive atmosphere, it provides guests with an international Indian culinary experience, showcasing flavors from across the Indian subcontinent.

Rosa’s Thai Richmond, situated on Hill Street, sources premium ingredients directly from Thai producers to ensure authenticity in every dish.

Don’t miss their signature Pineapple Red Curry, and young diners can enjoy the specially designed little Rosas menu.

Sticks’n’Sushi Richmond offers a tranquil setting, blending Japanese and Danish culinary traditions.

Founded in 1994 by brothers Jens and Kim Rahbek and Thor Andersen, it blends Japanese and Danish culinary traditions, serving high-quality sushi and grilled yakitori sticks.

Noci, located on Hill Rise, introduces homemade pasta, regional street food-inspired snacks, and craft cocktails to South West London. 

Enjoy a selection of cocktails on tap, including seasonal flavors like yuzu & rhubarb and lemon & elderflower.

All four new restaurants are proud members of Be Richmond, the Business Improvement District (BID) for Richmond town center, dedicated to supporting local businesses and promoting Richmond as a vibrant destination.

For opening times and more information on Richmond’s culinary offerings, visit

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