- Main course: £20
- Food spend: £30
08 January 2018
Blending simplicity with big, bold flavours, Tom’s Kitchen Birmingham is open seven days a week, serving British favourites and comfort food classics in a relaxed and informal brasserie setting. Location in The Mailbox, the city’s number one shopping destination, the restaurant is open for lunch, dinner and their famous weekend brunch.
Seasonality is key to the bespoke Tom Aikens menu, with dishes such as roast fillet of sea bream with braised chicory and a heritage tomato salad, and breast of duck with a shiitake mushroom risotto. From the grill come juicy burgers and steaks served with triple-cooked chips, whilst vegetarian dishes include a courgette dukkha, fennel and turmeric salad, and a curried carrot risotto with fermented carrots. For dessert, the menu includes raspberry millefeuille with raspberry sorbet, as well as an indulgent chocolate & peanut butter marquise.
Brunch at Tom’s Kitchen features gourmet twists, with signature dishes including seasonal berry pancakes, truffle eggs Benedict or Tom’s full English. A varied kids’ menu is also on offer, served at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
In addition to the restaurant, the bar welcomes diners from the restaurant, as well as guests wanting to drop in for an after-work beer or pre-dinner cocktail, offering a selection of craft beers, cocktails, and wines from around the world.
Find Tom’s Kitchen Birmingham within The Mailbox, a 5-minute walk from Birmingham New Street station.
Tom's Kitchen - Birmingham
The Mailbox, 7 Commercial St, Birmingham, B1 1RE
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Customer reviews for Tom's Kitchen - Birmingham
((((( 15 January 2018 by PB1234 from Birmingham
Food was excellent (especially the venison). Slight delay between starters and main course, but manager dealt with it fantastically without any need to complain. Recommended
((((( 15 January 2018 by Angela Burns from Birmingham
Great location, easy to park in the Mailbox and quick access to the restaurant. Food excellent and good choice. Toilet facilities could be better - one shared toilet for whole of restaurant
(**** 11 January 2018 by Karen Rondeau from Birmingham
This is the fourth time we have dined at Tom's Kitchen and up until the visit, the reviews have always been a gleaming 5-star. However, I took good friend and other guests on this occasion (60th Birthday Celebration) and all three had the Curry Sea Food Pie. However, all three stated there was little to no flavour in their sea food pies and added extraordinary amounts of salt and pepper. When we raised this with the staff (after we finished), he brought out a small bowl of what was suppose to be added to the sea food pie and asked each person to taste it. All agreed it was brimming with flavour - flavour that was sorely missing. At that point, I was expecting the manager to offer a discount on the offending three dishes - anything to make up for the disappointment of the 60th birthday celebrations. Especially the birthday person - it was their first time at Tom's Kitchen and I don't think they will want to return.
((((( 8 January 2018 by Lee from Birmingham
((((( 7 January 2018 by Gary ward from Birmingham
From start to finish our meal was excellent. The staff were very welcoming and informative, Ollie our waiter was excellent.
((((( 5 January 2018 by Rachel Griffiths from Hereford
A lovely welcoming resturant. The food was beautiful . The main was exceptionally good . The cod dish was as good if not better than any dish I had on a holiday in formentera last year . A great dining experience.
((((( 3 January 2018 by Simon from Birmingham
From booking on the morning, to getting a great table, we thoroughly enjoyed a late lunch at Tom's Kitchen. The service was spot on, and we had a range of fussy eaters who all found something tasty. My son declared the Sausage and Mash as the best ever, and he knows his Sausage and Mash.
((*** 2 January 2018 by Tracey from Worcestershire
I was unimpressed with the overall experience of Toms kitchen. The food was average at best, we asked to have lamb steak served with mash instead of the stated bulgar wheat salad, told no and to order mash as a side order!!! I’ve had a more flexible approach to dining from a Wetherspoons, I was not impressed. The setting is nice although the restaurant was cold due to the open plan setting. In summary, Birmingham has some amazing eateries, I’d suggest to continue to search these out....
((((( 1 January 2018 by Louise Hardage from Birmingham
Wendy helped coordinate a very special dinner. Wonderful service.
((((( 1 January 2018 by Clare Yates from Cannock
Had starter sharing board and main lamb sharing dish delicious would recommend
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