There are a couple of nice pubs on the Green – the Cricketers and the Prince’s Head. Down by the river (next to the bridge) there’s a Slug and Lettuce (pretty crap) and the White Cross (considerably better). Lovely view over the river.
As above White Cross is the place to try, nice view, sunny terrace. Biggest problem will be if its a nice day it will be packed. The Pitcher and Piano next to the Bridge is a backup as are the pubs around the Green
The White Swan in Twickenham is one of my regulars prior to rugby, however its quite a long walk from Richmond. You may get lucky and find a meter on Orleans Road/Riverside (from Richmond side, there is no parking on the Twickenham side)
I like the pub on the river just off the green mentioned above. A few years ago I was walking along the super posh rd linking green and pub and i saw cleggie from last of the summer wine washing his car there, he must live in one of the terraces by the pub. Sorry forgot his name.
theres a few pedestrian ferries linking richmond and twickenham. 1 by ham house
In terms of view the Roebuck is by far the best, I don’t bother with the pubs by the River, Prince’s Head on Green is pretty nice, there should be pub cricket on the Green on both Saturday and Sunday, I don’t bother with the Cricketers.
The Marlborough on Friars Stile Road is popular among the locals and has a big beer garden. Likewise the White Horse on Worple Way near the junction of Church St and Sheen Rd.
My view is the pubs in Richmond are far better than the ones in Kew – Kew is lovely but dont go for the pubs.
I wouldn’t make a special journey to the White Swan in Twickenham either, there is a White Swan in Richmond too in Old Palace Lane off the Green.
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