Tom’s Kitchen Chelsea - Private Dining
Founded by celebrated chef Tom Aikens, Tom’s Kitchen Chelsea offers two beautiful areas available for private hire, in addition to offering an exclusive hire option of hiring the whole brasserie.
Accommodating from 10 to 40 guests for seated dinners, and up to 60 guests for standing receptions, each space provides a cosy environment suitable for a range of events, from birthdays to anniversaries, press launches to wedding receptions, corporate events to cocktail parties – even kid’s parties (Monday to Friday only).
The team have a wealth of experience in planning and hosting events no matter what the size, providing a bespoke service; from restaurant tours and menu tastings to advice on styling your event.
The menus are traditionally British, offering seasonal dishes all created using locally sourced ingredients. Suitable for sit down dinners, sharing style gatherings, canape receptions or afternoon tea, the selection of menus suit a variety of requirements and event styles.
Perfect for group dining party sizes of:
Up to 10 Guests, 10 to 20 Guests, 20 to 30 Guests, 30 to 50 Guests, Over 50 Guests
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Private Dining Rooms & Capacities
|Room/Event Space||Seated/Standing Capacity|
|First Floor Private Dining Room||40 Seated / 60 standing|
|Second Floor Private Dining Room||22 Seated / 35 standing|
|Exclusive Hire||60 seated / 100 standing|
Food Menus & Party/Group Dining Offers
This Venue serves the following cuisines: BritishView The Group/Party Menu
Although this venue offers private dining, there are no specific Private-Dining.co.uk packages or deals listed at present.
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