Tom's Kitchen, Birmingham

Classic brasserie seating at Toms Kitchen.

The central bar breaks up the elegant dining space.

Flexible space for private dining.

Offsetting its contemporary surroundings with a homely, heritage feel, Toms Kitchen is a 120 cover restaurant that blends brasserie-style elegance with the warmth of a convivial kitchen.

Located in The Mailbox, in the heart of the city, Tom’s Kitchen Birmingham is the sixth restaurant, bar and deli to open under renowned British chef Tom Aikens. Exceptional seasonal produce is at the core of the concept, which is why you’ll find walls lined with candid portraits of Aiken’s suppliers.

Artfully positioned displays of wine, meat and cheese help keep the ‘product to plate’ ethos front and centre, as does the large open kitchen, where diners can enjoy the theatre of chefs at work.

A central bar breaks up the dining space, framed by a vast steel gantry that creates both impact and intimacy. Luxe touches, such as the Emperador marble bar counter and bespoke brass chandeliers, add polish.

Brick bond tiles, wood-panelled walls, expansive banquettes and oak parquet flooring lend the space a modern-classic feel that’s in keeping with the menu of upscale comfort food, British favourites and seasonal specials.

Large group dining was comfortably designed into the venue.

Brasserie-style elegance was created throughout.

The deli at Toms Kitchen.

Leather high stool bar seating.

Warmth is designed into the space with yellow and timber tonnes.