Tate Britain Restaurant

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Overview

There are two places to eat at the Tate Britain - the Café and the Restaurant. They are all managed by Tate, for Tate, so purchases directly support the gallery.

The Tate's self-service Café offers a range of freshly baked pastries, good quality sandwiches, light meals, soup, cakes and drinks. The Café is open 10:00 - 17:30 daily.

The Tate Britain Restaurant was decorated by Rex Whistler, whose specially-commissioned mural The Expedition in Pursuit of Rare Meats makes an atmospheric and memorable setting for a meal. Head Chef Richard Oxley has worked at prestigious restaurants throughout the UK. His predominantly British Menus are complemented by the celebrated, and well-prices, wine list.

The Restaurant is open for breakfast Saturday and Sunday 10 - 11:30. Lunch is served Monday to Sunday 11:30 - 15:00 and afternoon tea is served from 15:30 - 17:00 Monday to Sunday.

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Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG

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£26 to £40

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Venue Details & Map

Tate Britain Restaurant

Address
Millbank, London
SW1P 4RG
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7887 8825
Public transport:
Pimlico, Underground

Sample Menu

  • Seared scollops and squid on squid ink risotto with gremolate sauce £6.75
  • Serett's Farm vegetable tartine with fresh herb goat's curd and smoked garlin aioli £6.75
  • Artichoke & asparagus 'Wellington' with hollandaise sauce £14.50
  • Steamed lemon sole with a mackerel & fennel sabayon £14.50
  • Roasted saddle of rabbit with minted broad beans and baby carrots £14.50
  • Strawberyy & Raspberry Ripple Cream Shortcake £5.50
  • Poached Peaches with mascarpone and almond tuile £5.50

Facilities

Access into the Building
Flat routes from parking area to entrance
Catering Facilities
Outdoor dining / Beer garden

Yelp

3 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Tate Britain Restaurant

3.0 out of 5 4 October 2013
by Alex S.

So the current Tate Britain Cafe is under refurbishment, and so they have moved it outside for the time being. And the result is... eh.

It's hard to miss, walk right of the main stance doors and come across a giant tent. Inside, you have a small counter for a bar, a small counter for coffee and a small counter for some treats. There are seats inside the tent (which kind of makes you feel like...more

4.0 out of 5 23 September 2013
by SanioF B.

I don't know if the basement cafe referred to by the last reviewer is still there, but there is now a new cafe inside the entrance hall to the Tate Britain.

It isn't anything particularly special but it is nice enough and I really wanted to mention it for the prices. Often these art galleries and heritage venues price their refreshments like they think we're made of money. For a nice change,...more

4.0 out of 5 2 October 2010
by Kyle T.

After a trek along the Embankment to Millbank a good reward is a bite to eat at Tate Britain's cafe. Either before perusing the art or to relax after there is a wide range of good value food and excellent coffee on offer. It's cheaper than Tate Modern too! It's not too crowded, even on a Saturday like today. Although a member I prefer the public cafe to the members' room as it is more...more

4.0 out of 5 7 December 2009
by Alexandra W.

After a long and tiring browse at the fascinating and beautiful Pre-Raphaelite collection in the Tate Britain (it's a hard life), you may find yourself a bit peckish. Or, if you are like me and got out of bed too late for breakfast, absolutely starving. Well don't worry, downstairs is a cafe which sells some really, really, good grub. It isn't the prettiest or cosiest of cafe's but it is...more

3.0 out of 5 20 November 2008
by Aline D.

In between spending your day meandering through the museum, this is a good place to grab a bite and something to drink. However, being situated underground level means it can get a bit stuffy, and the decor is rather bland. Not a place you'd really want to hang around for long.

However, they do do a lovely tea set with scones, clotted cream and jam - always something I can't resist, as well...more