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Harden's says

The first European branch of an upscale South African all-day cafe and evening cocktail bar group has landed in the new Battersea Power Station restaurant hub. Specials include a pork schnitzel fried in cornflakes, healthy salads and in-house twists on familiar cocktails.

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Have you eaten at tashas?

3 Prospect Way, London, SW11 8BH

What the Newspaper Critics are saying

Evening Standard

Jimi Famurewa confessed that it took a trip to Sydney in January to convince him of the attractions of the Antipodean brunch.

“And now I have fallen pretty hard for Tashas — a Battersea-based, first UK outpost for restaurateur Natasha Sideris’s South African café chain and a place that is meticulous in composition, breezy and generous in effect, and dusted with enough intangible, southern hemisphere magic to turn even the terminally brunch-averse into true believers.

“We finished with a dessert so good it was basically hilarious: a flawless, miniature tarte tatin, ethereally rich, inlaid with sticky pecans, and served with a racy, pourable measure of cognac caramel. 

“Brunch may not be your bag; the mere thought of the portmanteau might enrage you. But I cannot see a universe where most of us will not be charmed by the gloss, rigour and sun-warmed generosity of Tashas.”

Jimi Famurewa - 2024-02-21

Prices

Traditional European menu

Starter Main Veggies Pudding
£10.00 £15.50 £0.00 £12.00
Drinks  
Wine per bottle £0.00
Filter Coffee £0.00
Extras  
Bread £0.00
Service 10.00%
3 Prospect Way, London, SW11 8BH
Opening hours
Monday8 am‑10 pm
Tuesday8 am‑10 pm
Wednesday8 am‑10 pm
Thursday8 am‑11 pm
Friday8 am‑11 pm
Saturday8 am‑11 pm
Sunday9 am‑10 pm

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