La Buvette has established itself as Richmond’s premier, independent French restaurant.
The informal, intimate dining room and secluded courtyard for al fresco dining, have welcomed guests from far and wide.
Since opening in September 2004 we have created close working relationships with the Arts of Richmond, including alliances with Richmond Theatre, Curzon Cinema (the old Film House) and The Orange Tree Theatre.
Originally an annexe to St. Mary Magdalene Church in Richmond Town Centre, the building was used as a canteen, bridge club and latterly a café until 2004.
From September 2004, La Buvette has become a most fashionable and charming bistro – style eatery in Richmond Town, welcoming theatre, film and sports stars, politicians and artists, whilst maintaining popularity with neighbours and friends.
- Salad of foie gras, French beans, walnut and shallots.. http://t.co/iPQmgkkbIQ 7:24PM Apr 15th
- RT @buck_carter: Specials for Tuesday @LaBuvetteBistro http://t.co/FHxJS9hk1Y 7:18PM Apr 15th
- Who watched #RestaurantWars tonight? What did you think? 11:01PM Apr 14th
- Sea bass en papillotte with olive, tomato and green beans. http://t.co/KhPMH3GQjm 8:57PM Apr 14th
- Reblochon tart. Cheesy :) http://t.co/tuiwvfnc3G 8:56PM Apr 14th