Tommi’s takes to Chelsea for second Burger Joint

By Luke Nicholls

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Tommi's Burger Joint re-opened its site in Marylebone as a permanent restaurant in the summer
Tommi's Burger Joint re-opened its site in Marylebone as a permanent restaurant in the summer
Tommi’s Burger Joint, the pop-up-to-permanent Icelandic burger restaurant, is doubling up in the capital with a second venue opening on the King’s Road in Chelsea in January.

The new, __-cover restaurant will offer the same menu as the original site in Marylebone; with British burgers cooked on an American gas grill, garnished in the classic diner style. It joins fellow burger buffs Byron and BRGR.Co on the King’s Road.

Produce is sourced from within the UK, with meat from HG Walter butchers in Barons Court and bread from Millers Bakery. Tommi’s Chelsea will also continue to embrace the brand’s Icelandic heritage by serving Icelandic beer, Viking, alongside wine, regular beers, and home-made milkshakes made from Icelandic ice-cream.

The intimate, American-style diner, which currently has six sites across Iceland, is the creation of entrepreneur Tomas Tómasson, who has launched nearly 20 restaurants and hotels in his native Iceland, including the Hard Rock Cafe.

A week after re-opening the Marylebone site as a permanent restaurant, the group’s director Robert Aron Magnusson told BigHospitality that expansion was ‘definitely on the cards’.

“We’re always looking at options,” he said. “We have the financial means to do so, it’s just a case of the right site becoming available.”

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