Pursing lips around London thanks to their lush plates and palate pleasers, the folks behind Amuse Bouche and Claude's Kitchen present their latest city venture, The Tommy Tucker.
A gastropub intended by its creators to be the place that visitors 'would choose to call their local', The Tommy Tucker is set to shine on the foodie front. Toting everything from buttermilk rabbit bites and Jerusalem artichoke to smoked beef short-rib and their 'Big-Mack' with mackerel and chorizo, The Tommy Tucker aims to 'bridge flavoursome street food pizazz with Claude’s Michelin kitchen experience'.
It's not only the food that takes a markedly unique approach, while classic beers and spirits will be doing the rounds, guests can expect the likes of home-infused gins and bourbons, experimental concoctions and a cellar that will even house wines from local traders, with a transparent Tommy Tucker mark-up price.
- Happily Affordable ££
- Background Music
- No queues normally
The Tommy Tucker, 22, Waterford Road, SW6 2DR
Fulham Broadway (Tube)