1 August 2014

Tommi's Burger Joint Chelsea

342 King’s Road, London SW3 5UR

£20.00 Burgers Chelsea
  • Wine: £15.00
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 11.30am-10.30pm Sun 12N-9.30pm

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Following on from the success of Tommi’s Burger Joint in Marylebone, this second London branch will be familiar territory for fans of grown-up junk food joints (think Meatliquor or Herman Ze German): food served in plastic baskets with greaseproof paper, a quirky, cool interior (classic album posters, industrial materials dressed with fairy lights) and relaxed but efficient service. The twist here is that Tommi’s was founded in Iceland, meaning refreshing imported beers and ice cream. The burgers themselves use sweet glazed buns to cradle perfectly tender, if slightly under-garnished patties. A generous and varied array of condiments is a highlight, with choices such as mango and chilli BBQ sauce alongside old favourites. Factor in hefty servings of fries and free daytime filtered coffees and Tommi’s equals fun and good value.

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  1. Tommi's Burger Joint Chelsea

    342 King’s Road, London SW3 5UR
    Overall rating:
    Jason P.

    Wonderful juicy burgers at Tommi's Burger Joint


    • Food & Drink: 8
    • Service: 8
    • Atmosphere: 7
    • Value: 7

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  1. I loved our visit to Tommi’s Burger Joint just off Marylebone High Street (the first of the Icelandic burger chain in the UK from a guy called Tomas Tomasson). After a slightly unfulfilling dinner at Lyle’s in Shoreditch, we decided to cross town for a quick burgery snack at their new shop in Chelsea. The small ground floor dining room was a cutely designed space; lots of fairy lights with a mix of high stools and seats. As it was rather busy we took a pew in one of the booths in the basement which was a cold and echoey space; the roar of the drunken Chelsea boys was the soundtrack to our visit which wasn’t hugely pleasant...
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  2. Published : Wednesday, 26th March 2014

    The Cutlery Chronicles :: tommi's burger joint

    To the person who said, ‘London can never have too many burger purveyors’ I say, ‘Be careful what you wish for’. Still, they continue to pop up everywhere like a teenage breakout. The burger trend - that feels like it’s been with us since BC times - shows little sign of abating. What’s nice about Tommi’s Burger Joint is that it’s anything but a bandwagon-jumper. The name above the door is that of Tomas Tómasson, the entrepreneur with a small five-strong chain in his homeland of Iceland (one of which I have eaten at - the country knows how to do fast food), an existing site in Marylebone and now this new opening on Kings Road...
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  3. Tommi’s Burger Joint follow up their immense success in Marylebone with a second site on the Kings Road. Can the Icelandic Burger men repeat their whopping popularity with the well heeled residents of Chelsea? Chef Siggi and the Kitchen team dialling in the equipment Chef Siggi and the Kitchen team dialling in the equipment Tommi’s Burger Joint opened it’s first UK branch just 18 months ago in Aug 2012. Unknown outside their native Iceland it was the first foray abroad for Tommi Tómasson’s burger shack...
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