In-the-know foodies and hip Londoners can all confirm that Jackson + Rye Brasserie is an exceptional location for dining and drinks, and we couldn’t agree more. This place is as good as it gets for French cooking and New-York brasserie cuisine, offering breakfast on weekdays (try the pancakes!), brunch on weekends and lunch every day of the week. From its location at Hotham House on Richmond’s Heron Square, the restaurant is located just a short drive from Twickenham Stadium, perfect for rugby fans who’d like a sophisticated bite to eat before or after the game. With a name like Jackson + Rye Brasserie, you’ll find an array of different whiskies on offer here, plus incredible cocktails that will delight even the most experienced drinkers. Busy from open to close, Jackson + Rye Brasserie is best visited after reserving in advance.
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The waitress might have been new because she seemed to be confused with how ordering works - e.g. she said we had to order in a specific order and made us all very confused. She kept coming over and looking over our shoulders as we ate (which is good if we needed help, but we didn't) and would have been nice to have our privacy for at least 10 minutes without her coming over all the time. My prawn pasta wasn't that flavourful and was quite wet - definitely not worth the £14 I paid for it.
Food was great as usual and wasn’t too busy so had our favourite seat by the window to look out across the river. Thank you for the excellent service and for ringing me when I left my handbag, very kind and highly appreciated!
I've been there a few times over the years and always really enjoyed the food, but the quality has gone down hill now and I'm not sure I will be going again. The bbq platter was all just fat, I specifically requested no butter on my steak because I'm lactose intolerant and it came with a big slab if butter on top, the broccoli has gone from being really interesting to.bland.
From the early morning hours until late in the evening, the folks at Jackson + Rye Brasserie’s Richmond location are dishing out the good stuff and, thankfully, they’re showing no signs of slowing down. With six locations in the city, this family of restaurants has grown into one of the capital’s most well-known names and is a consistent trailblazer in London’s competitive culinary scene. And you may notice a difference if you haven’t visited in awhile. This New-York brasserie has been revamped with a stylish new interior including leather seating and a stunning new bar. plus some tasty new French and American-inspired menu items – don’t worry folks, you’ll still find many of the old favourites on offer. Just a stone’s throw from Richmond tube station and steps from Friars Lane car park, the restaurant is ideally located right in the heart of the area at the stunning Hotham House on Heron Square.
Whiskey may be a speciality at Jackson + Rye Brasserie, but the cocktails, beers and wines on the menu are just as popular. Featuring everything from American IPAs to drinks like the bar’s special Illegal Negroni, this happening hangout has something to please any palate. As far as the food goes, Jackson + Rye Brasserie’s American and French brasserie-style dishes amount to some of the best in Richmond. Try the new seabass fillet with samphire, brown shrimp and crab butter or go for the hearty bavette steak with shoestring fries if you’ve got an appetite. If you can manage to save room for dessert – and we sincerely hope you do – you’ll be spoilt for choice with cakes and cobblers galore. Stomach growling already? Don’t wait another minute – Jackson + Rye Brasserie is just a reservation away.