But even though the pounds are coming off, restaurant supervisors have promised not to reduce food and drink quality. “Despite the current economic trend to cut costs we will not lower quality”, comments Robin Bidgood, CEO of Tate Catering, “It is our ethos that all ingredients are seasonal, and provenance will never be compromised by cost. Head Sommelier Hamish Anderson has selected wines to complement dishes on the menu at Rex Whistler Restaurant at Tate Britain available for just £3.00 for one glass of wine or £5.00 for two.”
Head Chefs at both Rex Whistler Restaurant at Tate Britain and Tate Modern Restaurant are offering excellent value 2 and 3 courses menus that you can rest-assured utilise the finest ingredients available for the season.
Rex Whistler Restaurant at Tate Britain is offering a set menu of 2 courses for £15.95 or 3 courses for £19.95. Highlights include Game terrine with peach chutney, Pan fried sea bass with red cabbage & fennel salad and Chocolate tart with berry compote. Head Sommelier Hamish Anderson has selected wines to complement dishes on the menu that are available for just £3.00 for one glass of wine or £5.00 for two. The historic restaurant at Tate Britain has one of the most spectacular interiors in London with the specially commissioned mural,The Expedition in Pursuit of Rare Meats by British artist Rex Whistler covering all four walls.
Tate Modern Restaurant is offering 2 courses for just £14.95 and 3 courses for £18.95. Potted Cornish mackerel, sweet mustard and dill, Penne pasta, roasted pumpkin & pine nuts with lemon Parmesan pangrattato and Pineapple upside down pudding with milk ice cream all make appearances on the menu. Tate Modern Restaurant offers stunning views of the River Thames and St Paul’s Cathedral and has a more informal, continental ambiance. Visit online at www.tate.org.uk