The chef is adding a third London site to his restaurant collection

Tom Kerridge is no stranger to the pub game; he owns The Hand and Flowers in Marlow, the only two-Michelin-starred pub in the UK, as well as The Coach and Butcher’s Tap and Grill, also both in Marlow. Now he’s bringing the latter to London, to join Kerridge’s Bar & Grill at The Corinthia and Kerridge’s Fish & Chips in the Harrods Dining Hall.

The London outpost of Butcher’s Tap and Grill will be in Chelsea, taking over the old Queen’s Head site, and it’s being completely redone with new additions including a hardwood bar, booth seating, vintage flooring and an open kitchen complete with meat-ageing fridges. Kerridge has said the Chelsea pub will be a spin-off from the Marlow original rather than being a direct copy, so it’ll be primarily a drinking pub with a British-centric food menu. We don’t have exact dish details yet but we’re expecting cuts of meat, burgers and hotdogs using beef from HG Walter and Dovecote Farm, duck from Longland Farm and Suffolk Texel lamb, so stay tuned for more.

Opens November 2023
27 Tryon St, London SW3 3LG