Once The Blenheim pub, Tom's Kitchen Chelsea is a casual and welcoming restaurant serving comfort favourites, in tune with the seasons, all day, every day, from breakfast through to dinner.
In the heart of London, it's a chic place to meet up with friend for great food and drink.
Where is Tom's Kitchen Chelsea located?
Tom's Kitchen Chelsea is on Cale Street, not far from the hip and happening Kings Road. It's ideally located for those who are shopping in the area, for lunch, dinner or cocktails.
The tube stations at Sloane Square and South Kensington are both a 10 minute walk away.
What cuisine is on offer at Tom's Kitchen Chelsea?
The team at Tom's Kitchen Chelsea stay firmly focused on seasonal produce, making the most of the very best British produce.
What is the signature dish at Tom's Kitchen Chelsea?
Some of Tom's signature dishes have proved so popular, they are still on the menu more than a decade after the restaurant opened, including the 7-hour braised shoulder of lamb with balsamic gravy and mash.
More recent favourites include roast Cornish hake with purée of shitake mushrooms, a mushroom broth and broccoli.
What makes a meal at Tom's Kitchen Chelsea unique?
The open kitchen and the photos on the walls demonstrate the restaurant's commitment to sustainable-sourcing and provenance, with a real focus on using only the very best British suppliers and local producers. The menus also reflect this commitment, with seasonal dishes really highlighting the quality of what is produced in this country.