The Tate Modern Restaurant in Southwark offers a cool and contemporary space where you can enjoy the very best British cuisine, with some international influences. Any self respecting Londoner will probably already be well acquainted with the Tate, but they mightn’t be aware that there is an amazing eatery at the top of the stunning building which formerly housed Battersea Power Station. What’s more, you get to take in skyline views of Bankside, the Thames and all of London as you dine in style. Check out all the art, then relax with a cocktail and some brilliant British cooking – just ensure you arrive with a reservation to avoid disappointment. Prepare for a feast to remember!
Good food but expensive. Noise level very heigh, must get noise absorbant treatments done before we visit again.
We would have preferred more choice rather than a set menu.When I booked the table I was under the impression it was the one overlooking the Milleneum Bridge, where the food is simpler...didn't know it wasn't open in the evenings. We were in a hurry and the staff responded brilliantly, but we would have liked to have lingered a bit more over the delicious food...( our fault)... Didn't like the decor and a pity windows are not low enough to see wonderful views outside without standing up. Would like to return for a more leisurely meal. Celia Toynbee
Good food but a bit pricey. Service was a bit intrusive as it was quiet - too many different people interrupting our conversation to ask if everything was all right.