Originally slated as a sixth branch of Brew Cafe, this site is now to become Antipodea, an all-day cafe-bar featuring breakfasts, coffee and lunches familiar to Brew Cafe fans, plus more exotic fare from chefs James Brown and Moran Etedegi (the latter of whom worked with Yotam Ottolenghi). The site - a former post office by Kew station - was previously home to Ma Cuisine (RIP).
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Antipodea Restaurant Diner Reviews
"A welcome addition, can they get the staff?"
"A great addition to Kew village. Some attention to detail required to achieve excellent ratings: (1) restaurant furniture could be better eg bar stools are unstable. (2) when a healthy pudding was requested a blueberry cheesecake was recommended - surely there is a fresh fruit creation on the menu. Having tried dinner and lunch looking forward to breakfast."
"Recently opened so as a local I thought I'd try it out. I can't believe the prices they're charging! I know it's Richmond but jeeezus. How on earth do they justify the prices they charge? I cannot sit there and eat whilst being simultaneously ripped off. Note to the owners, you'll get the tourist trade but you won't see much local business if you charge as you do."
8 am - 11 pm
Last orders: 11 pm