1st floor bar set up for private dining
As its name suggests, Tom Aikens’ brasserie-style offering in Chelsea is more informal than its older sister. Split over three floors, Tom’s Kitchen has two private dining areas, suitable for drinks receptions, small launches and business dining. The first floor houses a bright 40-seat space with its own bar, holding 60 for stand-up receptions. One floor up, the more intimate second room accommodates 22 seated guests. French-leaning menus feature the likes of steak tartare, cassoulet and chateaubriand alongside some hearty British classics, but the format for group dining is adaptable. Private-room hire is free and, for informal occasions, parties of up to eight can book into the ground-floor brasserie.
Tom Aikens is opening a Tom’s Kitchen in Canary Wharf. The casual restaurant, deli and bar will open in April 2013.
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