0.5 miles
1 Paradise Road, Richmond, TW9 1RX

Rincón boasts a lively yet casual ambience that’s hard to come by. This stylish restaurant has been wooing customers since it opened six years ago, and it’s not difficult to see why. The name itself translates to nook or corner, with the popular Spanish restaurant occupying a quirky building on the corner of Paradise Road, in the heart of Richmond.

The focus at Rincón is to blend traditional Spanish ingredients with more contemporary elements to provide the very best in Spanish cuisine. The team is truly passionate about tapas, which really comes across in the quality of fare on offer. Highly recommended plates include asparagus rolled with serrano ham, grilled chistorra, and mushroom croquettes, all of which are sure to delight.

Ask the friendly staff to recommend a wine pairing and they’ll be sure to oblige, skilfully picking the perfect vintage from the extensive list of Spanish varietals. No Spanish restaurant is complete without sherry, and Rincón doesn’t disappoint; it boasts a sherry flight featuring a selection of beautiful sweet and dry options to accompany your meal.

The family-run restaurant also plays host to regular events, including live music from local musicians and Spanish wine tasting nights. Be it a birthday, anniversary or simply an excuse to get friends and family together for a delicious Spanish feast, you can rest assured that your event is in safe hands at Rincón.

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