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.
|Average main course||£20.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£30.00 per diner|
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Tom's Kitchen at Somerset House
- +44 (0)20 7845 4646
Top 5 reviews of Tom's Kitchen at Somerset House
Love Somerset House it is my fave place in London. Thought I'd pop in and grab a Pimm's with it being a lovely afternoon. £10!! For one Pimm's? That is a rip off, it wasn't even a good one, barely any fruit or mint. Come on?!! Very disappointing more
I had a business lunch meeting here once..
I ordered the
The staff was courteous, polite and very nice. more
A very simple, basic place to grab breakfast or brunch. Wooden tables and chairs. Nothing fancy at all. We ordered side rocket (arugula) salads and they were so salty we could not eat them. The pea soup was lacking flavor and had an overwhelming mint flavor. The eggs Benedict are prepared with bacon rather than ham and were wonderful. The chips (fries) ironically had no salt on them and are... more
Beautiful restaurant in an incredible building.
We went for the London Restaurant Festival menu and between us tried everything - all of it was great. Especially the Croquettes and the Beef & Guinness Casserole.
Lovely service where they brought us everything we needed without any fuss.
I think it could be even better for lunch. So may have to give this a try. more
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