Tatha Bar and Kitchen at V&A

by - October 24, 2018


After a few busy visits to the new V&A we decided to book a table at Tatha for our next trip. During the opening weekend, we spotted some vegan cakes in the canteen style cafe which is downstairs in the museum. The queue for there has always been super long so it was nice to have a chilled out lunch planned at the restaurant.
Choice:★★★Staff Knowledge:★★★★
Value for Money:★★★★Overall:★★★★☆
We decided to share a few dishes as it all sounded so yummy! We had two sharing platters - Cannellini Bean and Leek Antipasto which came with broccoli pesto, red pepper jam, beetroot and sourdough, and the East Coast Pea Hummus which included olives, roasted walnuts and tapenade with more sourdough. We did end up with a lot of bread! The sharing platters were delicious with lots of flavour and textures but the flatbread was our favourite. From the brunchy\lunchy section of the menu, the flatbread was loaded with roasted cauliflower, tapenade, pistachios, macadamia nuts, avocado and olives. Despite having a mountain of food for just three of us, we couldn't resist trying the chocolate avocado cake for dessert. It looked amazing with its pistachio nut brittle and sprinkle of popcorn, but the menu had said popcorn ice cream so we're not sure what happened to that. It was tasty but quite pricey at £7. The savoury food was better value, as the portions were more generous so we couldn't finish it all. Tatha has a lovely calm atmosphere with its simple colour palette and stylish surroundings, perfect for a treat when you're visiting the V&A. It's so great to see such an important location offering vegan options in Dundee.
1 Riverside Esplanade, Dundee DD1 4EZ
10.00-17.00 Mon-Wed | 10.00-late Thu-Sun
https://www.vam.ac.uk/dundee/info/tatha-bar-and-kitchen

Menu Key:
Vegan options marked on main menu
Suitable for Little Vegans:

Dog Friendly:
No
Accessibility:                        
Pram and wheelchair accessible via lift.
Top Tip:
Book in advance.

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