The Restaurant at Tate Modern is located on the seventh floor, with spectacular view of the St Paul’s Cathedral and the City. Open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea daily, and for dinning on Fridays and Saturdays, the Restaurant offers innovative menus based on seasonal, carefully sources ingredients.
The equally imaginative wine list is created by Hamish Anderson, who is responsible for the celebrated wine list at Tate Britain. The Restaurant welcomes booking for lunch Monday to Friday and for dinner on Friday and Saturday evenings.
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Tate Modern Restaurant
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Children Facilities
- Childrens menu
EVerything is perfect!!! THe service, the food, the view, the music, the atmosphere... there is nothing negative to point out.
I recommend the Gooseberry and Elderflower juice, the T-Bone or the lamb that you can actually see in my pictures.more
Took a while for the staff behind the bar to serve me, but once they did they were friendly and helpful. The view is great, and the food was nice. Would recommend to anyone who wants to have a simple bite to eat and get a look at the London skyline. Note that most seats are bar stools where you sit at one long, high table along the window, rather than more typical restaurant seating - but...more
Well the Tate Modern has changed. New extension and lots of new places and spots around the building to grab a coffee and a bite to eat. The restaurant that used to be on the ground level at the front has gone and moved to the old buildings top floor where the slightly posher restaurant used to be. It's took us a while to find it and no one understood my questions about where the old ground...more
I really enjoy having lunch here, the food is very good and the view is spectacular. The staffs friendly and helpful with useful suggestions.
I would visit again!more
After a fairly disappointing stroll through the galleries of the Tate Modern (see the separate review), my husband and I decided to stay and have lunch at the restaurant on the top floor ... and it was a surprisingly good lunch!
We had a tiny table one row back from the window seats so the view was spectacular. London has such a wonderful skyline, and we were fortunate that it was a...more