Round off your next trip with our very own Tate coffee and a slice of something sweet in our Members Room
Nestled around the Rotunda at the heart of the gallery, the Members Room at Tate Britain provides a contemplative space that's sure to help you relax after an exhibition.
The unique space was closed to visitors in the 1920’s and was later home to the Director’s office as well as Tate’s Library & Archive. It was then transformed into the glorious Members Room that we know today.
The beautiful space was only made possible with the help of Tate Members who contributed a remarkable £1 million towards its incredible transformation.
It is a space that warrants the cost of membership alone.
Ellis Woodman, The Telegraph
Members get a 10% discount in the Djanogly Café until normal access to the Members Room is possible.
In support of the Salmon: A Red Herring exhibition by Cooking Sections, we have removed farmed salmon from its menus across the UK. We have also created a menu inspired by CLIMAVORE, Cooking Sections’ long-term project exploring the relationship between how we eat and the climate emergency caused by human activity.
- Soup and Salad – £10
- Soup, Salad & CLIMAVORE Beer – £12.50
- Nettle, leek and kelp soup, smoked seaweed oil
- Roasted carrot, spelt casarecce and kale salad with sea lettuce and walnut pesto
Tate Eats has worked with Cuillin Brewery on Skye to create a sessionable Seaweed IPA. (abv – 4.8%)
Sugar Kelp from Loch Sligachan is added to the brew while local, crushed oyster shells were used to “fine” (clear) the beer. Seaweed is added at the end of the brewing process a sweet Unami flavour to the beer providing a counterpoint to the bitterness of hops.
Available Saturday and Sunday 9.00–12.00.
- Buttermilk Pancakes, Forest Berry Compote, Crème Fraiche, Toasted Almonds – £6.95
- Spiced Chorizo Butter Beans, Piquillo Peppers & London Sourdough – £7.95
Both served with Coffee or tea