Tate Modern Food and drink

Pure Filth Pop-up

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​Join us as Pure Filth take over the kitchens at Tate Modern

Tate is delighted to be the first to host Pure Filth, a fresh new food concept delivering nutritiously decadent cuisine. Nutritionist Rosemary Ferguson and Chef Gizzi Erskine will be launching their smart Pure Filth pop-up to showcase their delicious healthy fast food over three weekends. To mark the Tate x Pure filth series artist Jake Chapman has created a limited edition of 'lunch boxes.'

What is Pure Filth?

Pure Filth offers 'healthy food for hedonists'. Challenging the maxims that fast food cannot be healthy, and healthy food cannot taste great, it aims to balance decadent lifestyles with delicious and nourishing cuisine. Dishes and juices packed with flavour use nutritional science to target different areas of wellbeing.

We are thrilled to bring Pure Filth's delicious, vibrant food to Tate. Their innovative, clever and intriguing take on healthy eating will I am sure resonate with our guests: this collaboration highlights Tate's commitment to giving visitors unique experiences through food, drink and art.
Hamish Anderson, Tate Catering CEO

What's on the menu?

Sample Lunch/Dinner Menu

Pure-filth Happy Meal:
Beetroot bun with a choice of black bean patty with either beetroot ketchup / sticky bbq sauce / korean spicy tofu mayo

Baked sweet potato fries / greens with lemon, parmesan and almonds / chicory and raddichio with radish, spring onion and mint

Something sweet:
Seasonal apple pie

Chocolate, strawberry or banana, all made with vegan, dairy free booja booja ice cream

Tumeric Dream, Bloat Away and Rainbow Juice

Tate Modern

Terrace Bar

London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit


9 December 2017 at 17.30–21.00

10 December 2017 at 12.30–16.30