It is a quirky modern pub, you'll find zebra skin seats, odd wall clocks and several chandeliers and mirrors dotted around. The design does work well.
We sat in the back garden (half of it was being dug up for what looked like landscaping reasons) until about 11pm when the owner released his Greyhounds, it seems that whenever dogs are around Andrew becomes a victim of their excitement.
They also have a Dyson hand-dryer which creates mutant ripples across your hands, which is nice.
I was late this evening, very late, I didn’t arrive until gone 10pm, but in the small amount of time I spent there, I met the others in the beer garden but shortly after we moved inside as the temperature started to drop and they released two dogs in the back garden for a runabout, the seemed to be coming up to us (well, me) so the move inside was welcomed. Just on the outskirts of the high street, shortly on the way to Kew so it’s far from central in Richmond but still close enough to appear to do a good trade on the major nights out (Friday and Saturdays).
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Alex - 7.5
Andrew - 7.0 (30min visit)
Dave - 6.9
Oliver - 7.0