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No. 1a Duke Street Review

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No. 1a Duke Street Review


We arrived at the tucked away bar in Richmond greeted by friendly staff. The entrance to the restaurant is through a cute courtyard with outdoor seating and heating. This will be perfect for those summer evenings, as the warmer months fast approach us. The decor in the bar is simple and quaint, offering a chilled setting.

On receiving the menu, there were so much amazing cocktails and dishes to choose from, offering infusions of fresh and artisanal ingredients in both the drinks and food.

From the menu we selected:

Lychee colada

Grilled halloumi skewer, which came with aubergine caponata, mixed leaf and garlic yogurt served in a wrap – this was so yummy and plentiful enough for us to share.

Roast butternut squash curry with sticky short grain brown rice, coriander and toasted coconut. This was beautiful!
Shepherd’s Pie with mint, peas and crushed new potato topping. Very hearty, filling and tasty.

Coconut chai pudding which came with poached rhubarb and a coconut yoghurt. Usually puddings are too sweet for me, but this was spot on, if you are a sweet-tooth this isn’t the option for you. The infusion of the different ingredients worked really well.
Rotisserie pineapple with chilli syrup and coconut lime sorbet. This will definitely wake up your tastebuds! Sweet, tangy and scrumptious.

The food and drinks are fantastically presented, reasonably priced, good quality ingredients, plentiful portions and great tasting!

The spring menu takes guests from breakfast and lunch through to dinner and late-night nibbles.

And if Richmond isn’t convenient for you, the same drinks and food menu is served at their other five bars:

No. 11 Pimlico Road, Chelsea 
No. 32 The Old Town, Clapham
No. 197 Chiswick Fire Station, Chiswick
No. 29 Power Station West, Battersea
601 Queen’s Rd, Wimbledon

A must-visit!

Words : @TheRubyMaeMoore

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