Tommy Tucker, sounds like any old Cockney geezer, doesn't he? Well actually, if you know your rhyming slang, it means ‘supper', which is perfect for a traditional London boozer that is passionate about its food.
The second venture from the team behind critically acclaimed restaurant Claude's Kitchen, means that the venue will be serving up more than your average pub grub. Serving up to 80 diners, the pub offers both lunch and dinner options alongside some premium wine and beer options and home-infused gins and bourbons. You can expect fresh, seasonal menus that use adventurous flavour combinations like Wood Pigeon with a bitter leaf chop salad, berries and lavender.
It's easy for the food to take centre stage, but the founders of the Tommy Tucker: Claude Compton, Jim Morris and George McCabe have created a place that they are proud to call their local. More than just a gastro pub, this place aims to beunique with a strong food and drink offering that is ultimately seen as a traditional pub.
22 Waterford Road, London, SW6 2DR