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Tom's Kitchen was a restaurant on Cale Street in London's Chelsea. It opened in November 2006 and was Tom Aikens' second restaurant as proprietor.

In October 2008, Tom's Kitchen and the Michelin-starred Tom Aikens in London's Chelsea were acquired by TA Holdco Ltd, after being put into administration.

The restaurant closed in early January 2020, with Aikens citing "extremely challenging market conditions" as the reason for the closure.

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