Tom, Dick and Harry's
There is also a lounge bar area complete with baby grand piano, counter dining at the bar and an al fresco terrace for people-watching.
Bottomless prosecco or rose brunch: £20
Bottomless prosseco or rose brunch for 90 minutes.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 6 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 6 people
Starts: 16 November 2018
Ends: 28 February 2019
Availability: Sat 10:00-15:00
Steak night, date night: £45
Cote de boeuf to share, bearnaise and fries.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 8 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 8 people
Starts: 16 November 2018
Ends: 28 February 2019
Availability: Mon 17:00-21:00
See availability for 1,000 point tables
Sun 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Mon - Wed 12:00PM - 3:00PM 5:00PM - 10:00PM
Thu 12:00PM - 3:00PM 5:00PM - 7:00PM 8:30PM - 10:00PM
Fri 12:00PM - 3:00PM
Sat 10:00AM - 12:00PM
T,D&H is a welcome addition to Loughton.
We went on Saturday lunch. The room is pleasant: it was day time, so nice and bright. The staff were welcoming.
I went safe on the menu with the house burger which was very pleasant. The patty was good , the brioche bun was fine. My moan was with the chips; rather anaemic looking skinny fries which would have benefitted from a few more minutes in the fryer. At £16 they are not going it away, but it was a shame about the chips.
A friend had the tuna which gave me plate envy: it looked great and I wish I had gone with that.
I liked the draft beers available.
I would be happy to go there again.
Food is good but a bit more variety on a specials board would be good. Plus the piano player is good. But he does NOT need an amplifier. It’s too noisy When you have to shout athe person sitting next too you it’s too noisy. I have spoken with other people who have been there and we all agreed the amplifier should go.
I had been to the restaurant previously for dinner at the weekend when there was live music and enjoyed it. However lunch time was very disappointing. I expected a lunchtime menu but it was the same menu as dinner and it worked out very expensive for lunch. No chicken dish on the menu and the mushroom lasagne was more like a bowl of mushrooms with a very thin layer of a pasta. I certainly wouldn’t go back for lunch.
Too noisy - couldn’t hear friends and they couldn’t hear me and the restaurant wasn’t even full. . Too slow - only had one course because waitress and waiters were nowhere to be seen. Had to ask for someone to take our order. Then had to chase them up for our meal. Didn’t order desert as it took ages to get the main meal. Ordered extra hot coffees and came up Luke warm so sent them back. Heard such good things about this restaurant from my son and other people but was very very disappointed. Also it was a very Limited menu.
We went on a Wednesday so the restaurant wasn’t full but it still had a nice buzz about it. Music was background meaning you could talk and be heard.
The staff were attentive but not overly so which was good.
The food was great we all enjoyed it
I would definitely recommend a visit ...
Everything about the evening went well from the minute we arrived at the restaurant to the minute we were leaving highly recommended
Service was very poor. We had a long wait before we were served. As our mains were served my dinner was taken away without explanation. When it returned a few minutes later I noticed I hadn’t been given a Yorkshire Pudding (I had roast beef) . I had to ask for a Yorkshire which was then brought on a side plate without apology or explanation. We weren’t offered sauces and I had to catch a waitress’s eye to ask for horseradish. No-one came back to check that we were happy with the meal. We waited 30 minutes for our empty plates to be cleared away and then had to ask another passing waitress for the dessert menu. We had so many different people serving us at different points (at least 6 waiters/waitresses) it seemed like everyone thought someone else was responsible for our table.
Food was ok, nothing special but perfectly acceptable.
Really enjoyed our meal, food was excellent and waitress was lovely but whole Sunday afternoon experience was spoilt by an extremely rowdy group of ladies who were standing up, singing and shouting ( obviously drunk) who because they were so loud it meant we couldn’t as a table hear each other speaking at normal levels. I understand a restaurant can’t help who books but my issue was that the management didn’t approach these ladies to ask them to perhaps calm down or respect the other diners which I feel was poor managerial service. I would have been perhaps more tolerant had it been a Saturday night but 3pm on a Sunday was not appropriate. This will now influence wether I go back or not.
A lovely restaurant, the staff were very professional yet friendly. They had a piano player which created a nice atmosphere on a Sunday afternoon. The food was delicious. We would recommend TDH and look forward to coming back child-free to taste the cocktails
Shame about a small proportion of the clientele, even though it's a child friendly restaurant the couple sat on the table next to us were pretty rude about our toddler being there.
Very expensive. Noisy but probably because it was a Saturday night.
Had s really lovely meal at TDH food was wonderful.
The restaurant is lovely, really nice ambiance, the manager and bar manager were great but our server was a tad over eager took a drinks order before I had even sat down. The roast was ok, roasties and yorkies has been re heated so were dry and my both of my boyfriends glasses of wine were warm. Cheese selection was a bit bland, would go back but maybe for just a cocktail at the bar.
Menu online needs to be updated as prices differ (more expensive) in the restaurant.
The service was really friendly and atmosphere great, especially when the singer started. Food was really nice and good portion sizes
Food was amazing can’t fault it anyway. A great pianist playing throughout. Service however was slow. Was greeted by an enthusiastic waiter who was helpful however the floor staff were slow at responding.
Live music was lovely with piano and singer, Sunday roast good
I booked this Sunday for lunch with my son. We enjoyed a lovely meal. It was good to hear live music, although this was a little loud. food was exceptional. It was a very cold day, so I would request a table away from the door next time.
Overpriced for drinks and average food.
Service too pushy.
Possible problem with the drains as the smell in the toilets was very unpleasant.
Would not recommend.
I visited with girl friends in December and loved the food, atmosphere and service.
Decided to treat hubbie in his birthday and take our daughter, who is fussy. They both loved the place fir the exact reasons I did.
We’ve booked in to take the in laws when they visit as we know they’ll love it to.
Great to have such a brilliant restaurant in our area now. It’s nit the cheapest but their menu caters for the real foodies and you only get service of this standard in the top London restaurants.
Not my first time going to Tom Dick and Harry's and won't be my last. I've never been disappointed with anything they have to offer. The cocktail list is genius Lots of Tom's, Dick's and Harry's cocktails, it's a must, even if you just want to read through it. Love this place and thoroughly recommend it.
Great place! Very friendly staff, excellent food and awesome wine list.
Thought it was a bit expensive for what it was food was ok but nothing special thought it was trying to be up market and it’s not
Lovely Sunday lunch - not cheap at £20 per person for Roast Beef but it was absolutely delicious. We also enjoyed listening to James Sayer on the piano. The staff were very helpful and the restaurant had a lovely feel about it.
We visited TD&H’s for a catch-up of 4 ‘oldies’ in between Xmas & New Year.
We had a very warm welcome & the service throughout our visit was excellent.
Live music was provided by Danny Mills a talented pianist & singer with an engaging personality.
The food was freshly prepared, very tasty & served promptly.
We would definitely recommend this restaurant.
A busy Christmas Eve service so immediate service / welcome a bit slow but it didn’t matter, the place was full. Great buzzy atmosphere. Smaller menu but it worked perfectly. I had the venison and it was spot on, mashed potato very smooth and veg cooked lovely. Reasonably priced good Malbec. Live music was a nice touch as the whole restaurant spontaneously joined in the singing at many points. Very happy to have this restaurant a few minutes stroll from my home.
Excellent restaurant. Great good. Great service. Value for money
I’d been looking forward to going here for a while as it looks cosy and inviting from the outside. It was overall not bad, but pretty mediocre. Nothing special. The squid starter was excellent and I had a burger which was very good. However, my companions both had steak which was chewy and not very nice at all.
A very lively atmosphere and great food! Fab live piano music and very friendly staff! We will be back
Lively Saturday night meal with a friend, quite noisy piano music but lovely Christmassy atmosphere. Good service and friendly waitress, food was very nice, I had a lovely sea bream dish. £87 for 2 people / 2 courses & couple of glasses of wine seemed a bit pricey, but we enjoyed it and will go again.
I was pleasantly surprised and found Tom, Dick & Harry's to be near-on "fine dining". I really liked the small plates, called Niblini's or something - really nice, and good value. The kids loved the burgers and mac|&cheese. Its great for family dining and I would imagine the place gets a good crowd in later in the evening. The live music was great (and not too loud, contrary to other reviews).
Will be going back sooner rather than later!
Good location and wine list, unfortunately the food was very disappointing and not what we would expect at this price point.
The piano player made the day for us, he was amazing! And what a lovely surprise to have him play and sing....outstanding!
A limited menu but the food we ordered was very tasty! Couldn’t see the pianist from most areas in the restaurant which was unfortunate. Ask for a table away from the door!
Booked a table at the last minute for a business lunch. Restaurant was very quiet - which was good for us as we were in a rush and we received immediate attention. Menu was small but to me this is a good sign. It normally means that what's on offer is done well and is fresh. As this was a short lunch our orders were just for main courses with a few sides. We had some wine by the glass. Overall, the food was very good. Innovative dishes that looked good and were tasty. The restaurant is very well decorated - the xmas decorations were up and they were very tastefully done. All in all - I was impressed and this is definitely a place I will use more often.
it was lovely time food was delicious and stuff are really polite and helpful. The restaurant decoration is House of Hackney Wallpaper and so nice to be there I highly recommended to go and have dinner They have Piano too.
Food was OK although not the best. My friend got the burger which did look delicious. Service was great! I would go back again however my food choices wouldn't have me craving for more
The service was too slow waited far too long for drinks with about 4 or 5 bar staff chatting laughing and tasting drinks whilst we waited. Food was slow to arrive but okay. Music was good
Far too loud. Can’t hear the person next to you. Even one of the staff said how ridiculously loud it was. Terrible acoustics. Get pianist to dial it down a notch. Service wasn’t great either.
Nice food and service but music miles too loud so made any conversation impossible
Food is good & cocktails are lovely. Decoration & ambience very nice. My only criticism is the noise level! There is live music at the weekends but this live music is far too loud - it should just be background music. Our party of 4 were unable to speak to each other unless we shouted. In the end we finished our meals and left - it would have been nice to have stayed a bit longer but due to the noise we couldn’t. We mentioned this to the manager of the night & he agreed with us stating it was ‘killing them’. Please do something about it then as you are an otherwise lovely restaurant! Take a leaf out of nearby Smiths or decide what clientele you want to attract - you are no longer NuBar attracting the under 30’s or are you??