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The Tate’s seventh floor restaurant offers stunning views from seven floors up and an experience that’s as accessible and welcoming as the gallery itself. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide the vistas, while families, art nerds and tourists supply the buzzing background chatter. Dinner (Fri and Sat only) offers a brief but considered menu of impressive dishes with a modern British theme – Norfolk asparagus with pickled wild mushrooms and parmesan shavings, say, or simple grilled plaice with caper and brown butter. Lunch offers more of the same, with the addition of mezze plates for sharing. All profits support the gallery, so you need have no qualms about simply calling in for a drink at the bar: the wine list has plenty of bottles under £30, but it’s the all-British beer selection that wins our vote.
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As members of Tate we tried the members room first but with our 4 year old granddaughter realised the ‘family friendly ‘ Kitchen restaurant would be better. We were invited to sit and our granddaughter was given crayons and Kids menu to draw on .- all good so far . We ordered and then waited and waited over 40 mins for a bowl of pasta and our “ Halloumi and courgette cake”. It was warm not hot and had obviously been sitting somewhere waiting to be served . It came on a small bed of salad and was fairly tasteless and certainly one could not taste any halloumi.At £15.00 it felt like a total ripoff. They did apologise for the long wait and gave us a 10% discount so tried to rectify the bad experience but they still need to rethink if advertised as family friendly and really needs better management in the kitchen .
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