Tommi’s Burger Joint has closed its Chelsea site, leaving the Iceland-founded concept with two London sites remaining, MCA understands.
The 1,277sq ft, ground-floor and basement site, on 342 King’s Road, is being marketed by Miles Commercial on a 10 year lease.
Tommi’s, which is led by Ingvi Tomasson, son of founder Tommi, recently pulled out of three Deliveroo Editions kitchens, making way for Oowee Diner in Canary Wharf and Dip & Flip in Whitechapel.
Meanwhile Homeburger, the concept backed by Zing Zing founder Josh Madigson, has joined Zing Zing and ZZ Green at Battersea Editions.
Tommi’s has one site outside London, in Oxford Westgate, and previously told MCA it was aiming to open 25-30 sites in the UK, with 60-70% in the greater London area and the rest in major cities.