Open all day, from breakfast through till suppertime, with it’s low ceilings, exposed brickwork, quiet booths and leather club chairs, Bill’s in Kingston has an intimate feel, especially in the evening, when we turn the lights down low and let the candles work their magic. There is also a beautiful outdoor area overlooking the river. The perfect spot to settle for a Bill’s beer, hedgerow fizz and a mezzo board.
Conceived as a modern Thai eatery, Busaba Eathai offering diners a stylish and unique eating experience. The carefully designed and diverse menu offers a flavoursome selection of Thai salads, noodles, curries and stir fries, with a focus on authenticity and fresh ingredients.
Fifteen years on from the flagship restaurant opening in Wardour Street, Busaba continues to grow, with regular menu refreshes inspired by chef visits to Thailand. Our 11th branch in Kingston Riverside builds on Busaba’s benchmark with a sunlit outdoor terrace, an extended cocktail list and Thai-style desserts.
CHAKRA, which has a popular local following in Kensington, has recently expanded and opened up a new venue in Kingston! With a refined take on Indian cuisine, tuck in to exquisite dishes like the Lamb Rogan Josh (Kashmiri Lamb cooked with ginger, chilli, saffron and whole spices) and Fish Moilee (Kerala-style seabream fish simmered in a smooth coconut milk gravy).
What’s more, CHAKRA also delivers to the Kingston area so you can enjoy an authentic Indian feast in the comfort of your own home. To book, email email@example.com or call 020 8541 5757. Keep up with their latest news by searching @ChakraLondon on Instagram and Twitter.
Tony Kitous of Comptoir Libanais is credited with putting the glamour into Middle Eastern cuisine at his Levant, Pasha and Kenza restaurants and now brings his Lebanese home-style dishes to Riverside Walk, Kingston.
This casual location by the river Thames serves “food that’s affordable and easy to know, healthy, light and you can enjoy it every day. Comptoir Libanais means Lebanese counter and that’s exactly what it is: somewhere you can eat casually.”
Comptoir Libanais has brought Riverside Walk and Kingston an informal setting to relax and dine in with no fuss.
Located on Kingston’s Riverside, Côte serves classic brasserie dining from breakfast through to lunch and dinner, daily. Inspired by new trends in Paris, award-winning Côte is dedicated to serving authentic dishes with a modern twist, using high quality produce at great prices.
On the menu, guests will always find brasserie favourites such as steak frites, tuna Niçoise and corn fed poulet Breton and, for dessert, Côte’s crème caramel and crème brûlee are much–loved house.
There is also a weekday lunch and early evening menu providing outstanding value at £9.95 for two courses and £11.90 for three courses, perfect for a quick lunch or pre-theatre dining.