- Level 2 Café
- Level 4 Espresso Bar
- Level 7 Restaurant and Bar
Level 2 CaféThis is the largest place to dine. It is on the same level as the river Thames and has glass walls so you get great views. This is very child-friendly: there is a buggy park, child menu, highchairs, plus crayons and paper provided. Also there is a nice wide aisle for buggies or wheelchairs. Full table service provided. Menu includes wheat-free breakfast options. 12.5% service is added to your bill.
Level 4 Espresso BarThis is a self-service café. Queue and get your coffee and sandwich then choose to sit either side of the café where tables and chairs are provided, or go out onto the viewing platform. This is the best place to take photos of St. Paul's Cathedral as you are high up, directly opposite and there's no glass wall.
Level 7 Restaurant and BarThe restaurant gets most popular in the evenings so do book in advance and let them know if you want a window table to see across to St. Paul's Cathedral. The menu is a la carte and the waiting staff are very helpful.
If you just want a drink, there's a bar for alcohol and soft drinks, plus they also serve tea and coffee.
If you would prefer to eat elsewhere, locally there are a selection of eateries behind Tate Modern on Sumner Street. There is also a Pizza Express next to Shakespeare's Globe, close to Tate Modern along the waterfront.