The White Horse Richmond: A Proper Neighbourhood Local

The White Horse Richmond: A Proper Neighbourhood Local

Jorge, Daniela, Jack, Jonny and James

The perfect place to pop in for a pint, enjoy a delicious meal or enjoy an evening’s entertainment with friends and family

There can’t be many pubs which celebrated National Fudge Day. Or National Lobster Day. Or, even more temptingly, National Cherry Turnover Day. One Richmond hostelry where glasses were raised – and complimentary treats enjoyed – was The White Horse in The Alberts.

‘Tuesdays are now Celebration Nights,’ smiles Manager, Jack Davis. ‘Every day seems to have a celebration, however obscure, attached to it, so I thought it would be fun to mark them. On National Rice Day we served mini-arancini during the evening, on National Lobster Day it was lobster bisque and on National Fudge Day… well, let’s say that went down well with the regulars.’
White Horse Pub Richmond TW10
Having worked for Fuller’s for nine years, Jack took the reins at The White Horse in June. He completed the brewery’s training scheme and has previously managed The Old Packhorse in Chiswick and The Stonemason’s Arms in Hammersmith. ‘I’m delighted to be here. This is a community-driven pub with a family-friendly atmosphere. The bar and kitchen team is excellent, we have all the Fuller’s ales and craft beers and the menu features daily specials and hearty Sunday lunches with two and three-course set options.’

On Wednesdays Jack has introduced Steak & Wine nights. ‘We serve five premium cuts and the more beef a table orders, the less the cost of their wine,’ he explains. ‘For example, if a table of four all choose an 8oz sirloin they would save £20.’
White Horse Pub Richmond TW10
The White Horse is also renowned for its popular Open Mic nights (Sundays) and, always a highlight, the weekly Adventure Quiz (Thursdays). Jack himself used to attend the Quiz before he became the Manager. ‘There are tasting rounds, speed rounds, walk-around-the-pub rounds and fantastic prizes. It’s always very well-attended, so it’s better to book in advance.’

The White Horse’s Christmas menu is available and areas of the pub can be reserved for private parties (the maximum seated capacity is 50 people). ‘As a neighbourhood pub, we try to cater for everyone,’ says Jack. ‘Customers will receive superb service and a warm welcome.’

The White Horse
Worple Way, The Alberts,
Richmond, TW10 6DF
+442089402418
whitehorse.richmond@fullers.co.uk
https://www.whitehorserichmond.co.uk
White Horse Pub Richmond TW10
Jack Davis – Manager
White Horse Pub Richmond TW10
Jonny Backhouse – Chef
The White Horse
Worple Way, The Alberts,
Richmond, TW10 6DF
+442089402418
whitehorse.richmond@fullers.co.uk
https://www.whitehorserichmond.co.uk
White Horse Pub Richmond TW10
White Horse Pub Richmond TW10
White Horse Pub Richmond TW10
The White Horse
Worple Way, The Alberts,
Richmond, TW10 6DF
+442089402418
whitehorse.richmond@fullers.co.uk
https://www.whitehorserichmond.co.uk


The White Horse
Worple Way, The Alberts,
Richmond, TW10 6DF
+442089402418
whitehorse.richmond@fullers.co.uk
https://www.whitehorserichmond.co.uk


The White Horse
Worple Way, The Alberts,
Richmond, TW10 6DF
+442089402418
whitehorse.richmond@fullers.co.uk
https://www.whitehorserichmond.co.uk

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