Tatale

A contemporary Pan-African concept restaurant, born in Ghana and developed in London.

Taking its name from the plantain pancake, tatale - a quintessential Ghanaian dish - Tatale celebrates and preserves the rich tapestry of African flavours and cooking traditions, through the ethos of Chop Bars - cherished roadside joints. The restaurant and bar is situated on the ground and first floors, with an outside terrace and balcony - of The Africa Centre - in the repurposed Gunpowder House, a former 1960s office block, in Southwark. 

Featuring dishes and techniques originating from the Continent, all rooted in Ghanaian references by Ghanaian-British restaurateur Akwasi Brenya-Mens. Highlights on the menu include: mashed rice with groundnut, peanut soup and a signature plantain cheesecake dessert. 

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Signature Dishes

Omo Tuo Nkatekwan Sesame - mashed rice with groundnut, peanut soup; The Tatale Signature Chicken Burger 2.0 with buttermilk fried chicken topped with shito chilli, citrus yoghurt, basil oil and Akwasi’s Plantain Cheesecake.


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