The husband and wife team met under chef Nuno Mendes and credit a shared love of rice as the catalyst for the creation of TĀ TĀ EATERY. The name is inspired by the Mandarin words for “he” and “she” and appropriately their menus look both east and west for inspiration, with a nod to the culinary traditions of their native China and Portugal. Dishes are typically Modern Asian in style, but incorporating European ingredients and techniques, all cooked with a flair and precision befitting their top-class restaurant training.

The project began as a street food stall on London’s Druid St. Market and Broadway market before a series of critically-acclaimed pop-ups at the Newman Arms and Kitchen Table, followed by a year-long stint at Haggerston café Curio Cabal and the latest summer residency at Borough wines Kensal Rise.


From November TĀ TĀ Eatery will start a 4 month residency at Sir Colin Campbell in Kilburn. Expect a TĀ TĀ style menu of small plates, designed to be enjoyed with drinks. Dishes can be ordered individually, or as tapas-style sharing plates. There will be specials on the menu featuring large cuts of grilled meat and fish.


The menu will include Meng and Ana’s characteristically playful take on classics, as well as cult-favourite, the Iberian Katsu Sandwich – a brioche toast sandwich of deep-fried, slow-cooked Iberian pork neck served with Asian slaw. The handmade Toasted Rice Cream, which has been a popular feature on previous TĀ TĀ menus, also returns.-


They will be taking bookings for the upstairs room and can be made HERE

Walk-ins are welcome for the pub space on the ground floor.

Opening day:

8th November


Operation days:

Wednesday to Friday 5:30PM-10PM

Saturday 12PM-3PM / 5:30PM-10PM

Sunday 12PM-8PM