Cafe Rouge

Café Rouge was launched in Richmond, London, in 1989 by Karen Jones and Roger Myers, foodies on a mission to recreate real French food and wine in a Parisienne bistro style setting. Rouge was also the fave hangout for Bridget and friends in ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’, the novel that helped make the restaurant into a household name. 

The interior designs of Thanet restaurant pay homage to French fashion. Features include a wall of beautiful shoes in the style of Louboutin; whilst iconic black and white images of oh so chic French models adorn the wall. A stunning wine glass chandelier to the rear of the restaurant adds a unique and quirky touch. An open plan kitchen is the focal point for the restaurant; and guests can watch as the chefs prepare the traditional French dishes for this 198 cover restaurant.

The covered, spacious outside terrace area, allows for guests to enjoy the French favoured style of dining Al Fresco all year round. There is also free wifi, step-free access and accessible toilets. 

The restaurant serves breakfasts, lunch, dinner and a range of drinks. 

Facilities

  • Accessible toilets
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Free car parking
  • Free wi-fi