Tom's Kitchen

27 Cale St, London, SW3 3QP Directions

Tel 020 7349 0202
   Now closed Open today 18:00 - 22:30

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Tom's Kitchen is a series of restaurants


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Tom's food is awesome

The food is definitely great here - breakfast, lunch, brunch, you name it. The eggs benedict seem to be the star of the place as lots of people opt for them. However, considering the crammed inside and a tad preoccupied staff I have to lower my rating by one star.
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Great Burger

Went for a lunch on a Saturday. Very busy and happening. The menu and food all looked good. Good straight forward fare, which is cooked and prepared extremely well. I ordered the cheese burger, which was as good as a burger can get (except for the truffle burger at the boisdale...which is the best burger in the world!). While eating that, I saw a great dish which was a whole or half chicken brought to the table for you to carve, served with great roast potatoes etc.. Nice idea for those whole can't be arsed to cook a good roast chicken at home.
All in all, a great place to pop in for a high quality, but informal meal and easy time.
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Fab Brunch

Fab place for a chilled out and relaxed brunch. the informal atmosphere is perfect for a catch up with friends over some great food.

The sunday roast's all look amazing and very tempting with large yorkshire puddings however all at my table opted for more traditional brunch choices of eggs benedict with sides of sausages, bacon and some of the best chips ever with some homemade Tom's Tomato Ketchup - yum.

Coupled with some glasses of Pimms & Lemonade this made for a great meal. to round things off we all chose different desserts and no-one was disappointed from chocolate cakes and floating merangues.

Everyone really enjoyed the food and place and would certainly recommend.

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Mammoth disappointment

My wife and I visited this establishment with great expectations - probably too high!(although I do not think that our expectations were unwarranted in view of all the reports that we had read and received from friends who had visited Tom Aitken's restaurants).
We both chose the Gloucester Old Spot pork chop expecting it to be at least as good as that which we had experienced at The House in Islington - but Tom's dish was nowhere near as flavoursome or indeed as large as that at The House - in fact Tom's dish was very average and somewhat tasteless in comparison (and not dissimilar to a standard pork chop), although at least not bad enough to send back.
The bottle of wine that we had was good although overpriced.
Although we were invited to return (to give it another chance and try something different!) we shall not bother as we have other restaurants which we frequent where the quality and/or value for money is far better.
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Lively atmosphere with good food

I recently visited Tom's Kitchen for a Sunday night meal with a group of friends. Although pricey the evening was good fun with great food and good service and I would recommend it.

They seem to have made quite an effort to make the place feel informal with canteen style seating where you share a bench with other diners. Music is also played quite loudly in the restaurant which makes it feel like a lively atmosphere.

The food was served promptly and was excellent. Probably no surprises there given that it is owned by Tom Aiken's. I ordered the steak tartare and a sirloin steak as a main which was probably a bit of a meat overload but both dishes were very tasty.

I would recommend this restaurant to someone looking to eat good food in an informal environment with a group of friends.
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