Tom, Dick & Harry’s, a restaurant made to deliver elegant meals to just about every Joe. Whether you’re a Tom, Dick or a Harry, you’ll love tucking into the modern and innovative dishes on the menu, inspired by cuisines from around the world. The vibrant restaurant invites you in with its bright blues, burnt oranges, stylish copper features, tropical wallpapers and industrial brick, and a marble-topped bar, all reflective of what the exciting menu has to offer. Trendy is an understatement.
Stop by for brunch, lunch or dinner from midday most days and keep sipping on signature cocktails until late. Peer into the drinks menu and you’ll find an extensive list of fine wines and exceptional rosés chosen by founder Lee Newton himself. The picturesque cocktails on offer include some time-honoured classics with quirky new names (‘I Liked You Better When You Were Drunk’ and ‘I Demand Some Booze’ are our favourites). The food menu follows through with equally as Instagrammable dishes and fantastic flavour combinations.
Whet the appetite with one of the ‘Nibbleinis’, contemporary small dishes designed by head chef Michael Carter. Try the Tartine of Cornish crab with celery and Isle of Wight tomatoes or the fried crisp Cornish squid which is seasoned with salt, pepper, smoked chili and lime. For mains, dive into dishes such as the wild mushroom and truffle lasagne with rocket and parmesan or the Tomapork with a honey and Szechuan pepper glaze, served with grilled baby gem and pineapple chutney. Bruch serves up some daytime delights with pancakes, mussels and Scottish salmon fishcakes making a feature.
Tom, Dick & Harry’s really is for every kind of diner with events, specials and live music on the cards. Check out the bottomless lunches and brunches on Fridays and Saturdays respectively and be sure to save some space on Sundays for a traditional roast joint served with all the trimmings and carved right at the table. You’ll even get to take home a doggy bag with any leftovers (mind you, with a roast joint this good, you’ll need to practice some serious self-restraint) and a simple chef-approved recipe to bring them back to life at home. There is also a three-course menu for the little foodies in the making and if their mains are devoured, children are treated to a free dessert.