Michelin-starred chef Tom Aikens' restaurant at Somerset House serves British dishes such as Daylesford seven-hour confit lamb with balsamic onions and mash, sea bass meunière with black olives and tomatoes, and truffle chips with parmesan.
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Tom's Kitchen at Somerset House
Great menu, great service, and a very reasonable price!
Before Christmas, some friends and I met up in London for dinner. Rather than go to somewhere I've been before, I suggested somewhere new for everybody, and after walking passed Tom's countless times and being seduced by the smells, I booked us a table.
We started with a round of drinks, my Bullit Old Fashioned was nice and strong, but...more
"Let's go for brunch, Charlotte"
YES! But let's find somewhere where you can book, I don't want to wait 45min on a SUNDAY MORNING.
Tom's Kitchen was the only place that had room for 5 and that was convenient for our little group. Having heard of it on a certain reality TV show, I kinda wanted to start off my day with a Bloody Mary too.
Tom's Kitchen is a weird place. It feels like a posh...more
An overpriced and over cooked small hamburger with some crappy slabs of bacon on it and tasteless, cold "chips" -- a waste of money. The only thing that was fairly good here was the service. The wine was alright but it had better be at that price. You're paying for the location, but the atmosphere here is nothing to write home about. The worst of it is, after spending way too much here, I left...more
Tom's Kitchen is such a weird place for me. The venue is awesome and the hostess and servers really friendly. There are some amazing views out the window as the Somerset House is right on the Thames. And it's a gorgeous old building to be having a meal in. The inside isn't overly luxurious, and it's quite comfy, warm and welcoming.
There were six of us for a 6:30 booking, and by 6:45 we were...more