Compared to Lisa Vanderpump’s other restaurants (SUR and Pump), the food and cocktails at Tom Tom are actually pretty good. But everything at this spot is still pretty terrible. The tandoori chicken is just grilled chicken on top of room temperature pita, and the sliders are 95% hamburger bun. The cocktails are weak and uninventive, and the steampunk/clock aesthetic just kind of feels like you’re on the Snow White ride at Disneyland. None of this even matters though because if you’re here in the first place, it's to watch not-famous people pretend they are famous. And that’s all the nourishment you need.
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