Review: Tom’s Kitchen, Chelsea


Tom’s Kitchen offers a quintessentially British menu the heart of Chelsea. The restaurants cosy and rustic charm makes it a winner with all guests looking to relax over great food or a drink in the heart of the city. Tom’s also offers three separate private dining areas, accommodating between 10 and 40 guests for seated dinners and up to 60 events for standing receptions.


Tom’s Kitchen, 27 Cale St, Chelsea, London SW3 3QP.

The Vibes?

With an open kitchen and intimate but not too claustrophobic dining area, there was a pleasant mix of customers, ranging from locals, tourists, families and dates, Tom’s kitchen had a relaxed vibe with reasonable prices for the area. The Newly refurbished curved marble top bar is the perfect location to have lunch or after work drinks with friends.

We Ate?


Fig salad with onion relish. 

Chargrilled Jumbo Prawns with courgette spaghetti.


Fillet Steak and mash with a puree of parsley and green onions.

Roast Cornish Hake with shitake mushroom puree.

Private Hire:

The Blenheim Suite (2nd floor)

Up to 22 seated

The Drawing room (2nd floor)

Up to 8 seated

First Floor Dining Room

Up to 40 seated/60 standing

Exclusive hire

Up to 50 seated/100 standing

Our Thoughts?

Located a stones throw away from south Kensington and Sloane Square stations, this easy going brasserie in the heart of classic London offers great British cuisine that doesn’t break the bank.

Check out Tom’s Kitchen in our BlackBook here