SquareMeal Review of
Tom's Kitchen Chelsea
With branches in Canary Wharf and St Katherine's Docks, Michelin-starred Tom Aikens’ boisterous, stripped-back brasserie side-line now has the makings of a mini-chain. Fans of robust British-inspired grub still congregate at the Cale Street original for bullish classics and seasonal dishes ranging from macaroni cheese, seven-hour confit lamb and shepherd’s pie to beetroot salad with pear and goats’ curd, roast wild duck with celeriac mash and port sauce or pumpkin cheesecake with spiced ice cream. Photos of ‘food hero' suppliers line the tiled walls, and the interior is a masculine (but not overbearing) mix of diminutive, tight-packed tables
and long benches. Despite its clean lines and smart attributes, the place can be let down by braying noise and big bills – although premier-league Chelsea prices don't deter the crowds, who also
pile in for full-English fry-ups (£13.50) and restorative weekend brunch.
Photography credit: David Griffen
Tom's Kitchen Chelsea is recommended for
Free flowing Prosecco for additional £15 when dining from the Brunch menu
Available 1st June - 31st August 2018, subject to availability. Free-flowing served for 1.5 hours. Dishes subject to change. Includes VAT, excludes service.
Weekday Breakfast Menu
This offer is available until Jan 11 2019, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Offer excludes service and includes VAT. Not available in conjunction with other offers.
Weekend brunch menu
This offer is available until December 28, 2018, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Offer excludes service and includes VAT. Not available in conjunction with other offers.