This American-style diner focuses on traditional-style burgers, cooked with a charcoal flavour and with all the trimmings: lettuce, tomato, chopped onion, mayo, ketchup and mustard. This relaxed venue along Chelsea’s Kings Road is the younger sibling of the successful Tommi’s in Marylebone.
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Tommi's Burger Joint Chelsea
342 Kings RoadChelseaLondonSW3 5UR
- +44 (0)20 7349 0691
- Public transport:
- South Kensington, Underground
Tommi's is like GBK's cooler, hipper, younger cousin that finds dodgier, more exclusive places to hangout that GBK and his friends don't get to go to because they're always getting pissed on the High Street. I know there a lot of you that think GBK sucks, that it cannot even come close to comparing to Byron's, so before we go having any meltdowns, chill, this is not about the ongoing Yelp feud...more
One star for the most amazing shakes ever. One more star for pretty great music and ambiance.
One star for good fries.
But why are the burgers always really raw in the Center?! I like my burgers rare but this is crazy. Too raw. Much too raw. Makes the texture squishy and weird.more
Loved this Icelandic burger joint. The choices are fairly standard - veggie burger, steak burger or beef burger. Add cheese, bacon, cocktail or bearnaise sauce. Choice of shoe string potato fries or sweet potato fries.
The fresh brioche bun was unsweetened which was nice. The patty was cooked medium rare and was juicy and flavorsome enough to complement the simplicity of the tomato, lettuce,...more
I loved my visit here last night! Came with a friend, we both had the deal which was £9 for a burger, fries and a soda. I also got a glass of white wine, and had cheese and Béarnaise sauce extra. I asked for it rare and it came deliciously pink. Wonderful food! They also deliver! The venue inside was really cool as well. I'll be back!
I do wish they had wifi however.more
Reykjavik, Marylebone, Chelsea. After Tommi's Burger Joint successfully established a permanent restaurant in Marylebone, they joined fellow Scandinavian Brand Joe and the Juice on King's Road in Chelsea.
They might have some competition just a few doors down, but I am confident that with their lovely Icelandic vibe and the great and simple menu, they can draw in a nice crowd in this part of...more