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Restaurant

The Tate Modern restaurant is temporarily closed until further notice

Tate Modern, Bankside, London, SE1 9TG

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Level 9 Restaurant is Tate Modern’s premium dining location in a contemporary, architectural space. The food is modern European with a strong emphasis on British ingredients.

The menu changes regularly, reflecting the availability of seasonal ingredients and is flexible welcoming those that want a three course meal and the visitor needing a quick plate.

Head Chef, Jon Atashroo, leads an incredible team who love to produce amazing and unforgettable food. As well as the seasonal à l carte, exhibition themed set menus are presented.

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© Jade Nina Sarkhel

a plate of beef cheek

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a plate of Cod

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Picture of cauliflower dish

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Pphotograph of diners in Tate Modern's Restaurant

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photograph of bottles at Tate Modern Restaurant

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Photograph of the view from Tate Modern's restaurant

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Picture of two cocktails

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Picture of man pouring tea

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Drinks

The bar, with stunning views over St Paul’s and towards the Shard is open for non-diners serving a wide range of drink from Tate’s own coffee to wine and an extensive range of gin.

Our wine list that is modern and eclectic while also featuring classic bottles from Tate’s cellars. Tate has long been famous for its wine cellar, built on the reputation of the Rex Whistler restaurant’s award-winning list that focuses on the classic wines of Europe.

Tate Modern Restaurant’s wine list draws on the same core values of low margins and rare aged wines but its emphasis is on the less well-trodden areas of Europe and the New World.

Planning an event?

This is one of 16 unique spaces available for hire in Tate Modern. To view our other venues and for more details take a look at our corporate events page or email corporatehospitality@tate.org.uk.

Admission information


To allow everyone to keep a safe distance, the Tate Modern restaurant is temporarily closed until further notice.

Opening times

Location

Blavatnik Building, Level 9

Accessing the restaurant via the stairs might be quicker than using the lifts

Tate Modern
Bankside
London
SE1 9TG
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