The Britannia


Sunday is just around the corner and if you haven’t already made plans then I have the perfect Sunday lunch spot for you. The Britannia in Richmond.


I normally work Sundays but I blissfully had one off so the Mr and I decided to capitalise on this and treat ourselves to a Sunday road in sunny Richmond.

Before we get onto the delicious food we dined on here is what I wore.


Jeans – ASOS|Jumper – H&M (similar)|Shoes – River Island (similar)|Hat – Abercrombie and Fitch.

I feel slightly like a stereotypical American tourist in my baseball cap but I love it all the same.

Now onto what you all want to know about; the food.

Hidden away down one of Richmond’s little alleyways is The Britannia, a friendly little pub with award winning food and the loveliest staff.


I kicked my lunch off with an Elderflower and Mint Fizz; apple juice mixed with freshly squeezed lime, elderflower cordial and topped with soda for a refreshing non-alcholholic cocktails.


I went for the creamy Chicken Parfait with Red Onion Marmalade and Focaccia to start with.


Followed by one of the best Roast Pork dishes i’ve ever had; goose fat potatoes and parsnips, cauliflower puree, sausage and sage stuffing, carrots and savoy cabbage, smothered in gravy and topped with a Yorkshire pudding.


And if you’ve still got space after all that, or if the lovely waitress twists your arm I would highly recommend having the Chocolate, Hazelnut and Salted Caramel Tart; it’s not as rich as it looks I promise.

The way a Sunday should be spent. Good food, excellent company and beautiful weather.

Bookings and menus click here.

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