The observed English eatery brand, Richoux, was established in London as a patisserie and confectioner in 1909 by two French émigrés. The first Edwardian shop was situated in Baker Street and after the interference of World War II it returned as the Richoux Tea Room close to Portman Square.
In the mid 1970’s the proprietorship changed and new outlets started to open. As time went on, Richoux turned into the gathering of cafés that it is today, frequented by Londoners, guests and numerous a notable face.
Step into any Richoux and be welcomed by cordial, learned staff. At that point request what you like, when you like, be it customary English breakfast, a full dinner, exemplary evening tea or a basic bite.
More than 100 YEARS OF HERITAGE
In 1909 Mr Richoux opened his first lunch nook and café in Baker Street, London.
His vision was to serve flavors from around the globe in exquisite, loosening up environmental factors – melding his French legacy with his British environmental factors. In sourcing his teas and fixings from chose providers he set the benchmark for all Richoux eateries to follow.
Put in the most renowned areas across London including Piccadilly, Mayfair and Knightsbridge. We have additionally as of late opened another café in Chislehurst and our first ‘out of London’ UK site in Port Solent.
We have areas in Muscat – Oman, Doha-Qatar and opening another area this year in Riyadh – Saudi Arabia.