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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