Tom Aikens opened Tom’s Kitchen in Chelsea in November 2006, just a few hundred yards from Tom Aikens Restaurant, his eponymous award-winning business.
Located in a good-looking townhouse on the former site of The Blenheim pub in the London neighbourhood of Chelsea, Tom’s Kitchen covers three floors and offers brasserie dining, from breakfast to dinner, in a relaxed, informal environment. It also offers two rooms for private dining, drinks parties and canapé receptions on its second floor.
Tom’s Kitchen is a ten-minute walk from South Kensington or Sloane Square Underground station on chic Cale Street on Chelsea Green. It’s a village within a village, with its boutiques and jewellers, launderette and hairdresser, plus an ace fish shop, The Chelsea Fishmonger, a top butcher, Jago, and Jane Asher’s cake shop. The King’s Road is just a two-minute walk away with its endless shopping possibilities and cutting edge art, in the Saatchi Gallery.