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The Tommyfield

185 Kennington Lane, London, SE11 4EZ +44 2035512060

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Average
Main course: £10
Food spend: £30
Opening hours
Open from 11:00 to 24:00, Monday to Thursday. Open from 11:00 to 01:00 on Friday and Saturday. Open from 12:00 to 22:30 on Sunday.

A nice place to meet friends over a bottle of wine. Had a roast at the end of the day, and asked for rare but it was well done.

coco463 21 January 2013
from London

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Critically acclaimed by The Times, Harden’s and Time Out, The Tommyfield blends contemporary and classic British cuisine. Holding live comedy events, there is also an excellent selection of real ales and award-winning English wines.

Collaborating with a local farmer to bring diners the finest and freshest meats, The Tommyfield menu features a wealth of indulgent favourites like barbeque ribs with hand cut chips, along with a mouth-watering braised lamb shank with clapshot & pickle red cabbage. Other comforting favourites include the winter vegetable lasagna and sumptuous pan fried sea bass with roasted fennel & lentil and a red wine sauce. There is also an excellent roast menu available, as well a selection of dishes for the little ones.

With comfy sofas, leather banquettes and crackling fireplaces, The Tommyfield restaurant in Kennington epitomises a rustic pub. Offset with high ceilings and sleek beams, the cosy yet classy Tommyfield is renowned as a well-rounded place to dine.

On a vibrant Kennington corner, The Tommyfield restaurant in London is a 7-minute walk from Kennington Tube Station. Kennington Park is an 8-minute walk away.

The Tommyfield

185 Kennington Lane, London, SE11 4EZ

Contact +44 2077351061
Reservations +44 2035512060
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  • (((** 21 January 2013 by coco463 from London

    A nice place to meet friends over a bottle of wine. Had a roast at the end of the day, and asked for rare but it was well done.

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