Cuisine: British, Modern European
Price Point: Mains from £20-£30
Tom Aikens has been turning heads since 2008 when he became the youngest British chef ever to be awarded two Michelin-stars at the tender age of 26.
His mini-chain Tom’s Kitchen may focus on comfort classics such as mussels in garlic sauce and burgers with triple cooked chips rather than haute cuisine, but his trademark obsession with quality ingredients from British suppliers is unmistakable.
During the week, the light-filled, airy dining room buzzes with suits entertaining clients over cocktails or picking up satisfying salads to go from the deli counter. On Saturday mornings, the suntrap terrace is a favourite with local lovelies sipping fresh smoothies.
With two young daughters himself, Aikens knows how to make families feel at home. Tuck into brunch classics such as eggs benedict fragrant with truffle shavings while your tots are kept occupied in the toy room, and take full advantage of the fact that children up to the age of 10 can eat for free on weekends.
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