Our menu offers something for every time of day. From brunch to lunch to dinner, and a scone or sharing platter in between, there is something for everyone.
Our head chef operates a scratch kitchen which means that the dishes will be created fresh each morning and the journey from farm to fork will be as short as possible. We will cater for different dietary requirements and have a children’s menu to refuel the wee ones.
On Thursday 14 February, join us for a special valentines evening menu.
We are delighted to work with some fantastic local suppliers, including Dundee's own 71 Brewing. Suppliers from across the region include: Fisher and Donaldson, Simon Howie, George Campbell & Sons, Puddledub, Graham’s Dairy and Jannetta’s Ice Cream. We will also proudly serve Dundee Gin and MacKays Marmalade.
The brunch and lunch menu will include smoked Perthshire salmon royal, devilled mushrooms and chargrilled chicken bagel.
There will be plenty of sharing plates to take you from lunch to dinner, including beetroot hummus, Loch Leurbost mussels and hot smoked Loch Etive trout.
As night falls, the evening menu will include larger plates, offering main dishes such as steamed sea bream and Moroccan duck leg. You can also enjoy a tapas style dinner by selecting multiple sharing plates.
For a relaxing drink after work, our dedicated bar serves cocktails, wine, beer and fizz along with a delicious array of light bites. From Thursday to Sunday, the restaurant and outside terrace will be open until late.
Book your table
We would recommend making a reservation ahead of your visit.
Restaurant opening times
Sunday to Wednesday
Food: 10.00 – 16.00 | Drinks: 10.00 – 17.00
Thursday to Saturday
Food: 10.00 – 16.00 and 18.00 – 20.45 | Drinks: 10.00 – late
For more information call: +44 (0)1382 411 633
Food and Drink Vouchers
Share a dining experience that foodies will savour. Give someone special the chance to sample the seasonal, locally-inspired menus of the Tatha Bar and Kitchen or Living Room Café, all while enjoying spectacular views of the River Tay.