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A ‘chic little bolthole’, ensconced within the formal confines of a Georgian townhouse (now a swanky boutique hotel), the beautifully furnished Bingham makes the most of its gorgeous location
overlooking the Thames and Richmond Bridge. This is one of the most romantic restaurants in the area, and the food is designed for special occasions – especially in the evening, when the kitchen
goes all out for thrills and flamboyance. Chicken soup is accompanied by slow-cooked egg yolk, glazed mushrooms and a cheese and ham ‘sandwich’, while a warmly exotic dish of salt-marsh lamb comes
with a glazed Medjool date, lamb faggot, onion, curry sauce and apple to cut through the spice. Desserts are equally frothy, but there’s a good cheeseboard for those with simpler tastes. The wine
list travels to many lesser-known outposts.
The Bingham Hotel, on the banks of the Thames, is elegant and well appointed, just a few minutes walk from the main shopping centre. And a perfect place to enjoy a leisurely lunch, since the dining room looks out over the river. In fact in the summer, there are tables outside almost on the river bank but, in December it was just a bit too chilly for that... More from London Unattached - London Restaurants, London Lifestyle, London Events »