Explore the multi-award-winning chef’s London eateries
The youngest British chef ever to be awarded 2 Michelin stars, Tom Aikens has an impressive culinary CV. With sites across London, each Tom’s Kitchen embodies the ethos of his cooking – hearty dishes from fresh, local produce.
Tom’s Kitchen HMS Belfast
The first floating addition to the Tom’s Kitchen fleet, this one has found a home aboard the iconic HMS Belfast. Served with one of the best views in London, piled-high sharing platters, craft beers and inventive cocktails make up the all-day menu.
Tom’s Kitchen St Katharine Docks
Rivaling HMS Belfast for views, Tom’s Kitchen St Katharine Docks looks out over the boats in central London’s only marina. Seasonal food is the order of the day, with local produce packing the brunch, lunch and dinner menus. Tom’s full English, the Cumbrian rump steak, and chocolate & peanut butter marquise e are all must-try favourites.
Tom’s Kitchen Chelsea
In the heart of Chelsea, this Tom’s Kitchen is suitably stylish. From the open kitchen come the likes of roast duck breast with shiitake mushroom risotto, roast fillet of sea bream with braised chicory, and Tom’s signature burger, whilst weekend brunch is not to be missed.
Tom’s Kitchen Canary Wharf
Home to a restaurant, bar and deli, Tom’s Kitchen in Canary Wharf brings comfort food, craft beers and cocktails to the Docklands. Mussels in cider, truffle eggs Benedict, and a classic Sunday roast are all highlights.