Film feasts, jazz nights, scrumptious weekend brunches
Opened by Michelin starred chef Tom Aikens in 2006, Tom’s Kitchen Chelsea – one of five dining establishments owned by Aikens in London – is located in a townhouse on the former site of The Blenheim pub.
As popular for it comfort food as it is for its relaxed and informal atmosphere, this modern British brasserie, open from breakfast to dinner, is ideally situated an easy 10 minute walk from South Kensington and Sloane Square in the heart of Chelsea. In addition to its cozy dining room, Tom’s Kitchen also boasts two private second-floor dining rooms for drinks parties and canapé receptions.
If possible, try to plan your visit to coincide with one of Tom’s always-fun theme nights. Offerings include movie packages featuring a special cinema-themed menu with tickets to the nearby Curzon Cinema, live jazz nights featuring the talented Peter Werth’s Jazz Crew, as well as sports themed events during Wimbledon, the European Championships and the Olympics.