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
I had a business lunch meeting here once..
I ordered the
The staff was courteous, polite and very nice.more
I was really excited when we booked this because of its beautiful location in Somerset House. As a New Yorker who visits London frequently (my husband is a native), I was hopeful the traditional British fare would delight. Plus, we were taking my in-laws for dinner after hosting us for Christmas... I needed something comfortable yet delicious.
Unfortunately none of my wishes were met. Not...more
My first meal in London. Located in the beautiful Somerset House. A unique and scenic setting along the Thames. Beautiful first impression for an American and centrally located if you are staying in Convent Garden / on the Strand.
For lunch I wanted something BRITISH so naturally I ordered the Fish Pie. It was good, hearty, rather rich, filling, well salted. I enjoyed it very much but not...more
Beautiful location in the heart of Sommerset House, very different ambience than the one in Chelsea.
Get the egg benedict (royale is great but a bit salty due to the smoked salmon) and the must ordered French Toast that is the best ever I had!!
Keep coming back to Tom's Kitchen for few years now and quality is still perfect!
The staff is welcoming.more
I cannot comment on the restaurant (because I've not eaten there). However, I have just had a drink at the bar in front of the restaurant. It's open to non-diners. There isn't much seating space - the bar itself, which is in the centre of a very small room that leads into the separate dining area, has a few stools in front of it. And there are one or two small tables and chairs dotted...more