Available lunch & dinner Mon-Fri (Mon-Sat at Canary Wharf & dinner Sun at Chelsea) until 30 April 2019, subject to availability. Dishes from a set menu & subject to change. Includes VAT, excludes service.
The highly-acclaimed British chef, Tom Aikens, showcases his flagship Tom’s Kitchen restaurant in Chelsea. Following an extensive refurbishment, Tom has introduced an exciting new menu offering seasonal British small plates, perfect to be shared with family and friends.
The sharing-style menu at Tom’s Kitchen Chelsea will constantly evolve, allowing Tom and his team to make the most of the short seasons of some of Britain’s finest produce, such as asparagus, rhubarb, mushrooms and game. From the menu, small plates such as Cumbrian beef tartare with black garlic aioli, new season turnips and puffed rice and charred celeriac, cured duck breast and hazelnuts, will be followed by sharing dishes including charred squid, rocket and watercress salsa verde, and spatchcock Norfolk quail with peanut sauce, pickled sweet cucumber and buttermilk.
Those looking for comfort food dishes and Tom’s Kitchen classics will be able to choose from fish pie with cider, leeks and parsley crumb; chateaubriand with onion tart and peppercorn sauce; and TK 7-hour slow-cooked shoulder of lamb hot pot.
With a focus on where food comes from and how it is grown, Tom’s Kitchen is dedicated to using UK-based suppliers and local producers, and this is celebrated in both the new menus and the redesigned space of the Chelsea restaurant. Fresh produce and thought-provoking photography of suppliers is proudly displayed to tell the story of the seasonal, local and ethically sourced ingredients used across the Tom’s Kitchen menus, and an open kitchen brings the energy and passion of the chefs into the dining room.
Find Tom’s Kitchen London a 10-minute walk from both South Kensington and Sloane Square Tube stations.
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2 February 2019
Excellent from arrival to departure
12 January 2019
Great food, service and value for money. Good size portions.
10 January 2019
food and service very good,value excellent.
6 January 2019
Nice service. That’s the only thing that was good Food was very poor and terrible terrible value. This place is Expensive, overhyped and disappointing I would give the food 0stars if there was an option to
2 January 2019
We’ve had good stuff at Tom’s Kitchen in Chelsea before. Not this time and we won’t be going back. 30 minute wait to get a menu. Tiny, overcooked portions of hake arrived for 2 of us, devoid of garnish and a homoeopathic amount of the promised sauce. Grudging replacement provided. Long wait for puddings ensued, and at best laissez faire front of house. No apology, no accommodation on the bill and full ‘discretionary’ service charge levvied. Don’t go.
30 December 2018
Lovely service and excellent food. Would recommend.
21 December 2018
First visit and the service was attentive without being intrusive. Had a great dining experience every course was cooked to perfection. I had the chicken liver parfait for starters, pork belly for main and chocolate fondant for dessert.
21 December 2018
I've been here before, a couple of years ago and had the 2/3 course menu deal with prosecco for £20/25, booked though bookatable, and it was tasty and reasonable so tried it again. We sat down and asked for the deal menu which they gave us but only after a bit of a discussion, as it wan't marked on the booking, not a great start. I had the bresola which was nice but a small portion, my wife had the pate which again was nice. The mains were a let down though. I had the belly pork, one small piece with no crispy skin and sauerkraut which was a little too acidic and my wife had the mushroom risotto which was overcooked, had bits of grit (from the mushrooms presumably) and a little tasteless. The ambience was good and the service ok, but the food was decidedly average with schoolboy errors on the cooking, no crispy skin on the pork belly and overcooked risotto.
20 December 2018
Great service and delicious food, but very noisy, so if going with older parents or grandparents, insist on a table at the edge of the restaurant.
18 December 2018
The atmosphere is great, really good food and service. Tuna tartare is delicious and the meat as well
Star Deal - 2 courses & a glass of prosecco £20 or 3 courses & a glass of prosecco £25 per person