• Tate Modern Level 6 Restaurant

    Tate Modern Level 6 Restaurant

One of the best views in London
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The restaurant on level 6 at Tate Modern offers a menu based on high quality, seasonal produce together with an exciting wine list focusing on innovative producers.

Relax with friends over a glass of wine in the bar, or plan a special occasion lunch or dinner. 

Young British Foodies 

Every Friday and Saturday evening from 7 November – 6 December Tate Modern Restaurant are proud to be offering a menu specifically designed around produce from the winners of this years competition. The awards ceremony was held at Tate Britain earlier this year and showcases innovators and entrepreneurs from the food and drinks industry.  

Three courses including a welcome cocktail and Tate Coffee is priced at £47.50.

Wine and beer matches chosen by Hamish Anderson will be available at an additional cost. 

Bookings by telephone only: +44 (0)20 7401 5103 

We look forward to seeing you in November. 

Menus

Drinks

Afternoon tea

Afternoon tea is served in the Restaurant Friday to Sunday, bookings are welcome. A selection of cakes, scones and leaf teas are available from the bar Monday to Thursday.

Christmas 2014

We are now accepting group bookings for Christmas for parties of 6–25 people.
To enquire, please contact us on +44 (0)20 7887 8888 or tate.modernrestaurant@tate.org.uk

Opening times

Lunch

  • Monday–Friday 12.00–15.15
  • Saturday–Sunday 11.30–15.15

Afternoon Tea

  • Monday–Thursday closed
  • Friday–Saturday 15.00–17.00
  • Sunday 15.00–17.30

Dinner

  • Monday–Thursday closed
  • Friday–Saturday 18.00–21.15
  • Sunday closed

Bar stays open all day

Corporate and private events

The restaurant can be hired for events.

Contact us

Call +44 (0)20 7887 8888
Email tate.modernrestaurant@tate.org.uk

Awards

imbibe magazine Wine List of the Year 2013 logo

The Tate wine list was awarded the Public Attraction List at the Imbibe Wine List of the Year Awards 2013, in association with Champagne Louise Rodederer.