Tate Modern is launching new food concept, Pure Filth, with “nutritiously decadent cuisine”
Nutritionist Rosemary Ferguson and Chef Gizzi Erskine are launching their a Pure Filth pop-up!
Taking over at Tate Modern this Autumn over three weekends, a fresh new food concept delivering nutritiously decadent cuisine, over three weekends this Autumn, in Level 1 of the Blavatnik Building, Tate Modern.
Pure Filth offers “healthy food for hedonists”. Challenging the maxims that fast food cannot be healthy, and healthy food cannot taste great, it aims to balance decadent lifestyles with delicious and nourishing cuisine.
Dishes and juices packed with flavour use nutritional science to target different areas of wellbeing.
The Brunch to Drunch menu includes Beetroot bun with a choice of black bean patty. Plus milkshakes either chocolate, strawberry or banana are all made with vegan, dairy free booja booja ice cream!
Open 10am-9pm Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th November, 10am-9pm Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd December and 10am-9pm Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th December.
You can book tickets for Pure Filth + Modigliani online here.