Looking for somewhere to dine within a 30 minute walk from Twickenham Stadium? Look no further…

1 FI Twickenham

In case you hadn’t heard, the Rugby World Cup kicks off this evening in Twickenham. While this is definitely cause for excitement, if you’re anything like us, one eye is on our dinner just as much as the ball. With matches against Fiji, Wales and Australia set to take place at Twickenham Stadium, quality sustenance to keep everybody going will be required. Luckily, there are so many restaurants within a 30-minute walk of the pitch that a sublime meal won’t be far off at all. Let’s take a stroll.

The Eel Pie

Address: 9-11 Church Street, Twickenham, TW1 3NJ
Walking distance: 16 minute walk

2 Eel Pie

If it’s award-winning ales you’re after, in a classic pub serving homely food, this eatery is right up your street. The Eel Pie is located close to the river bank, down pretty Church Street and is a Hall & Woodhouse establishment, so you know you’re in good hands. Bench-style seating makes for sociable dining – perfect for having a match breakdown over a good old steak and pint of Badger ale. Read a review of The Eel Pie 

Osteria Pulcinella

Address: 36 Church Street, Twickenham, TW1 3NR
Walking distance: 16 minute walk

3 Osteria

Walk a few minutes from the stadium (not too far from The Eel Pie) and you’ll come across the warm terracotta exterior of this Italian restaurant and a giant picture of Punch. It’s attention grabbing to say the least, and how could you resist the toasty glow and delicious aromas of Italian food? Read a review of Osteria Pulcinella 

Brocca Antica

Address: 139 St Margaret’s Road, Twickenham, TW1 1RG
Walking distance: 16 minute walk

5 Brocca

Where can you find jazz, blues, a gallery, fine wines and tasty morsels? With exposed brick and a rustic feel, Brocca Antica is a cosy nook in Twickenham; a place to rejuvenate over linguine and a cocktail, pizza and a pint or anything else from the medley of classic Italian dishes on the menu. Read a review of Brocca Antica 

St Margaret’s Pub & Dining 

Address: 107 St Margaret’s, Twickenham, TW1 2LJ
Walking distance: 20 minute walk

6 St Margarets

A St Margaret’s institution – you can’t possibly visit Twickenham without popping in to the St Margaret’s Pub. If it’s a burger you’re craving then you certainly need to get this establishment on your radar. How does an Angus burger with Bloody Mary ketchup sound? Think huge chandeliers dripping from the ceilings, London chic with suburban charm and just for good measure, it’s right across the road from theTwickenham Film StudiosRead a review of St Margaret’s Pub & Dining 

Tide Tables

Address: Beneath Richmond Bridge, Riverside, Richmond, TW9 1TH
Walking distance: 30 minute walk

7 Tide Tables

A riverside idyll, Tide Tables is a vegetarian cafe and restaurant located underneath Richmond Bridge. It’s a chilled out hideaway and a top spot for some leisurely lunch before those 5pm kick offs. It’s organic, veggie and Fairtrade and one of my favourite places on our Twickenham round up. Read a review of Tide Tables 


Address: 128-130 Heath Road, Twickenham, TW1 4BN
Walking distance: 14 minute walk

8 Kamares

If you are an indecisive diner or grabbing a group meal Kamares will best suit with its huge range of dishes, from Italian to Greek, steak to souvlaki. Just like restaurants you find in the Mediterranean everything here is freshly cooked to order and made from deliciously fresh produce. Read a review of Kamares  (edit)

Dominic Stroud

Dominic Stroud

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