The celebrated English restaurant brand, Richoux, was founded in London as a patisserie and confectioner in 1909 by two French émigrés. The original Edwardian shop was located in Baker Street and after the interruption of World War II it reopened as the Richoux Tea Room near Portman Square.
In the early 1970’s the ownership changed and new outlets began to open. As time went on, Richoux became the group of restaurants that it is today, frequented by Londoners, visitors and many a well-known face.
Step into any Richoux and be greeted by friendly, knowledgeable staff. Then order what you like, when you like, be it traditional English breakfast, a three course meal, classic afternoon tea or a simple snack.