|Monday - Thursday||12:00 - 23:30|
|Friday - Saturday||12:00 - 00:00|
|Sunday||12:00 - 16:00|
|Budget||Reasonably Priced (£30 - £40)|
|Nearest Station||Fulham Broadway|
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The Tommy Tucker is the pub we (the boys behind it) would choose to call our local. A cornerstone of SW6, The Tommy Tucker is a stylish take on the traditional British Boozer we all know and love – and a home from home to relax and have fun in. The seasonal menu reflects the clever, conscientious and deliciously colourful dishes critically acclaimed Head Chef Claude Compton has become renowned for. Open for lunch & dinner, the food and drink at The Tommy Tucker will both satiate and surprise with Claude’s spin on the traditional pub classics and carefully selected, adventurous drinks list including home-infused gins and bourbons. The Tommy Tucker also boasts a conditioned cellar for wine aficionados to store and sell their own wines.
If their previous triumphs, Claude’s Kitchen and Amuse Bouche, are anything to go by, Tommy Tucker is bound to be a winner and a welcome addition to the South-West London cuisine scene. Though their prior creations had a very classic feel about them, Timmy Tucker has a distinctively trendy look and feel – this is evident in the décor and the menu. The design is one of the most impressive, yet simplistic around, and the street-food menu evolves with trends and delivers some of London’s most beloved dishes. There are meaty dishes for the carnivores, healthy options for the fitness-freaks, and bar snacks for the lightly peckish. Cocktails will include home-made infusions, and a carefully selected wine list is present for a well-rounded bar. It seems Tommy Tucker has something for everyone.