Thomas Burberry London

Thomas’s. Photo courtesy of Burberry.

This week, Burberry followed in the footsteps of designers like Ralph Lauren, Versace and Chanel by opening up its first restaurant. Thomas’s, located on Regent Street in London, is named after the brand’s legendary founder. The elegant space exudes a refined Art Deco aesthetic with monochrome marble floors, lantern chandeliers, and dark wooden furniture. “[We] wanted to create a space where our customers can spend time relaxing and enjoying the world of Burberry in a more social environment,” Burberry’s Creative Director Christopher Bailey said. Ingredients on the “breakfast to dinner” menu are proudly British, sourced from UK farmers and artisans. Dishes include cured salmon with scrambled eggs (£13), lobster and chips (£25), and classic afternoon tea with scones with clotted cream that are fresh off the Aga (£32). The cafe also features a monogram space so Burberry customers can have their leather goods personalized while they sip coffee, as well as a gifting area — complete with quite possibly the most luxurious ribbons in London — which sells highly givable Burberry goods, from home furnishings to dominoes, stationary and luggage tags. Thomas’s is open seven days a week at 121 Regent Street, London, W1B 4TB