Monday 10am - 5pm
Tuesday 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 10am - 5pm
Thursday 10am - 10:30pm
Friday 10am - 10:30pm
Saturday 10am - 10:30pm
Sunday 10am - 10:30pm
Afternoon Tea 2:30pm -4:30pm, booking required
- Disabled Access
- Free WiFi
- Outdoor Seating
- Families and Children Welcome
About Tatha Bar and Kitchen
With spectacular views across the River Tay, Tatha Bar & Kitchen brings delicious family dining to Dundee's waterfront
The all-day menu has something for everyone at any time of day; from brunch to lunch to dinner (and a scone or sharing platter in between) there is something for everyone.
Kenny, our head chef, operates a scratch kitchen which means that the dishes will be created fresh daily to ensure the journey from farm to fork will be as short as possible.
For a relaxing drink after work, our dedicated bar serves cocktails, wine, beer and fizz. From Thursday to Saturday the restaurant will be open until late and during summer months the Terrace will be open for dining.
Experience a delicious afternoon tea while enjoying the spectacular views over the River Tay. Our afternoon tea consists of freshly made savouries, scones and delectable sweet treats all served with unlimited tea in the beautiful surroundings of Tatha Bar & Kitchen at V&A Dundee. Afternoon tea will served at the Tatha Bar & Kitchen between 2.30pm – 4.30pm daily. Reservations are essential and should be made online here.
Lovely setting with fine food at a surprisingly, but welcome good price. Extra points for being family friendly without compromising quality of experience
Excellent ambience with splendid view over the river. A relatively simple menu but delightfully produced, and served very professionally.
Would come again.
Lunch was lovely. Table by window gave us excellent views over the river.
Best place for lunch in Dundee. Spectacular venue and view. Scrumptious food modestly priced. Friendly efficient staff.
Easy to book, nice friendly welcome, shown to table by the window. Having already studied the menu online, the selection was almost made but the soup of the day option got the vote. Excellent soup and probably a meal in itself but space was found for a well-presented main course. Dundee beer topped off a good lunch.
The team yesterday were young , quite friendly but seemed inexperienced as we had to wait a wee while before someone came to take our order. My friend & I had the sharing plate which was ok - just enough food for 2-however they did forget to put on the hummus. The restaurant was clean & views spectacular
Lunch was very disappointing. Two Beetroot and feta salads with ZERO beetroot and a minuscule amount of feta. So £9 for salad leaves??? !!! Little or no apology from staff Also difficulty getting staff attention despite them standing chatting. The restaurant was a quarter full so wasn’t that busy. I have been before - despite being a wee bit expensive, it has been good, but definitely not on Wednesday.
Lovely afternoon so couldn’t get a nicer venue.
Excellent service and food with stunning views
will return many times I suspect. reasonably priced but surprisingly refreshing modern presentation of traditional food dishes. Very relaxed and pleasant atmosphere and good service. An excellent informal lunch stop to add to Dundee's many new food venues. A changing city this is!
Mussels were cold with too much fennel. Flat white was bitter. Service was slow even when not busy.
This was my second visit and it was just as good as the first. I had the Devilled Mushrooms which was a very tasty dish. My friend had the Special of the Day which was Gnocchi with haggis and a creamy mustard sauce - also excellent. As before friendly staff and a very pleasant lunch spot.
As a lunch experience, it was over priced. One gets the feeling that one is being charged for the venue, in addition to the food. There seemed to be a lot of staff - more than one might expect. Having worked in the industry I've experienced busier venues operating more efficiently with less staff.
My mussels were warm not hot. My wife’s chicken wrap was uninspiring. Overall the food was average at best and for a venue such as Tatha was not what we expected. The view was the best thing about our visit
An interesting menu, just a bit different, with a very pleasant atmosphere and a great setting. Reviving!
Lovely views (despite Dennis), great food and delicious wine. Smiling, charming waiting staff.
Disappointing that the first three things we ordered were not available: - Becks Blue non alcoholic beer for my husband who does not drink - Harris gin - Slim line tonic No excuse really I'm afraid. Otherwise lovely food as always and excellent service. Despite the above, we will be back!
Poor service - 8/9 staff visible but after the initial greeting & showing to the table, no-one came to ask if we wanted a drink before our meal. Despite staff knowing we had a child with us, no-one offered crayons for colouring in & we had to go to the Bar to ask. We sat for around 10 minutes before anyone came to take our food order & when the food finally came - although it was tasty - it was tepid. Has no-one ever heard of heating up the plates????? We told the waitress who said "Oh...was it"...and that was the sum total of her interest. Tip: Don't bother asking about the food/service etc if you are not prepared to do anything about it.
Very good service
Good service but a number of ithe local beers on drinks list were not available.
Good menu and tasty food. Very nice cava and all reasonably priced Great views.x
Pleasant meal with tasty food on offer. Would have liked more options for main course. Slightly draughty in the restaurant due to the closeness of the door out to the terrace.
Good food at reasonable prices. Unbeatable river views.
Very pleasant atmosphere and friendly and efficient service.