This well designed deli and café (Tom is Terrence Conran's son) is simply food-lovers heaven - amazing specially imported cheeses, smoked meats and some ready-to-eat meals which are in a league of their own.
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I'm sorry but price/quality doesn't correspond - the food is rubbish and very expensive indeed.
by Parabolikasur, 26 Feb 2012
Fabulous place, great food, lovely friendly staff. Not to be missed.
by deborah-hammond, 31 Jan 2011
It's an amazing place, full of charm, helpful and happy staff, and first and foremost gorgeous food. Help yourself salad bar is to die for.
by monikakr06, 09 Jan 2010
Locals love Tom's for the institution it is - the delicious warm decor, the hit and miss service, the ten minutes it takes them to make coffee no matter how busy the place is. If you want top notch service and hip, beautiful food go to 202
. If you want a Notting Hill joint, pop into Tom's and take your chances. At the very least, the food will be good.
by savannah w, 26 Oct 2008
This place is about bad food, incredibly bad service and very poor standards. Everything is done with sub-standard staff and sub-standard ingredients. The worst place I have set foot in.
by johndoe000, 02 Sep 2008
It's my favourite place in London. Near to Portobello Road and Notting Hill Gate. You must taste the eggs benedict, as well as all the cakes with a cup of tea. A really nice and warm place.
by Poletta, 24 Apr 2008
What a great find! Fantastic food, great atmosphere... tell all your friends about it!
by magic wanda, 02 Aug 2006
Well worth the visit. I had the eggs florentine, my husband had the egg benedict and our two year old son had the sausage muffin. We all thoroughly enjoyed our meal and will definitely be returning there again soon.
by pkeophaithool (3 reviews
), 24 Jul 2005
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