The restaurants in Canary Wharf and Birmingham serve British favourites and comfort food classics, whilst the flagship site in Chelsea has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment and introduced an exciting new menu of seasonal British small plates, perfect to be shared with family and friends.
With an emphasis on where food comes from and how it is grown, Tom’s Kitchen is dedicated to using UK-based suppliers and local producers, serving fresh, seasonal, ethical dishes in a relaxed and informal environment. Following an extensive refurbishment, Tom’s Kitchen Chelsea relaunched in spring 2018, with a new menu of seasonal British sharing plates. From the menu, small dishes include Charred celeriac, cured duck breast, hazelnuts and celeriac puree; Fermented mixed grains, sorrel, brown butter and miso; and Charred squid with rocket and watercress salsa verde.
Larger sharing plates also feature, such as the signature TK 7 hour cooked shoulder of lamb hot pot and Chateaubriand with onion tart and Béarnaise. Spread over three floors, the restaurant is located in a beautiful Chelsea townhouse. Following the relaunch, a ground floor bar has become a focal point for both counter dining and drinks, whilst relaxed window seating has also been introduced.
Both the ground floor and first floor dining rooms have been rejuvenated through the introduction of luxurious upholstery and a richer, darker colour scheme, bringing warmth and cosiness to the space and contrasting to the signature white tile finish and wooden panelling. Meanwhile the third floor of Tom’s Kitchen Chelsea boasts two beautiful rooms for private dining and intimate events.