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It all began in Reykjavik, Iceland back in 1981 when Chef Tomas A. Tomasson or Tommi as we know him opened his first burger restaurant called “Tomma borgarar”. Tommi’s Burger Joint opened it’s first restaurant outside Iceland in Marylebone, London in 2012. It was voted the best burger in London by the Independent in 2013. You can now enjoy a Tommi's Burger in various european cities.
Found by chance. Had the steak burger with added bacon and cheese. Staff were excellent - burger even better! One of the best burgers I've ever had. First place to ever ask how I wanted my burger done. Thanks.
We called in at lunchtime- busy vibe to the place - looks like a lot of happy diners.
Got a table by the door- great service- very friendly staff. Ordered burger deal x2 with cheese + a gluten free option (which is the burger wrapped...in lettuce but would have preferred a gluten free bun) and sweet potato fries.
Food came quick hot and very tasty - good quality burgers - a good choice of dressings and stuff.
Good price - we left happy!More
We popped in before going to a matinee performance and wanted something quick.
Simple menu and fair price for the area
The food was good, although I did ask for well done buyer and it was served pink inside. (Same for my companions)
Fries were...crispy and plentiful
To be fair I should have returned the burger to be cooked to my liking , but was on a tight schedule and it still tasted okay.
Would pop in again if in the area and wanted a quick good value mealMore
My thanks to Victor and the Rafa,the guy who found my card wallet in an adjoining road and then put in some effort to track me to repatriate my cards back to me.
If this is what these guys do for a total stranger, not...even a customer, you can only imagine the care they take with customers.
Thank you sincerely for your honesty and care...bless you guys.
Now that I have my cards back I thought the least I could do is try them out.
The veggie burger is decent although I'm more of a fan of halloumi and portobello mushroom burgers.
Atmosphere is good,quaint.More
Popped in based on reviews and thought it'll be a good place to try.
The menu was light on choice, all on an A5 sheet. We went for the vegan special (over £11 each) and the classic with added bacon and cheese.
The taste of...the food was ok. Nothing special. Portion size was smaller than expected.
Ambiance was good but just expected more, something different from the rest of the other burger joints in the area.
Has potential to be a great burger joint.More
I've been diasppointed by a number of supposedly premium burger chains, so I was feeling fairly cynical when I tried Tommi's - but the burger was actually really good, and cooked just right.
If you can get one of the window seats it's a great...spot to watch Soho doing it's thing too.
Wasn't too impressed with the fries, and the really simple menu wasn't communicated that well. But I'll go back.More
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