Mushroom tacos, Arbroath smokie tart, buffalo steak and popcorn shrimp are just some of the delights awaiting diners when Dundee’s V&A museum opens next month.
The Tatha Bar and Kitchen, located upstairs in the new museum with a balcony overlooking the River Tay, has released its menu ahead of the grand opening on September 15.
And diners can expect a true taste of Tayside, with brewers, fishmongers and farmers from Dundee and Perth all being brought on board as suppliers.
Dundee brewery 71 Brewing will be providing two main beers – Mandarina Sky and 71 Lager.
Duncan Alexander, managing director of 71 Brewing, said it was a “once in a lifetime” opportunity to be enlisted as a beer supplier.
He said: “The V&A called our catering company eight months ago. There was a conversation around being the supplier for quite some time.
“It feels like we are being included as part of the city’s regeneration. It is an opportunity that doesn’t come about very often.
“It is great to be able to associate ourselves with something like this.”
Iain Campbell, of George Campbell & Sons fishmongers in Perth, is also looking forward to being part of the local supply line-up.
He said: “It is superb and a privilege to be contacted by the V&A.
“It is good to see they are going down the local route with the products used. I think the Perthshire salmon with Dundee gin looks particularly good.”
Tatha Bar and Kitchen will be open during museum hours, seven days a week. Reservations start from September 27.
The menu was launched on the same day the V&A released new drone images of the museum to mark one month until its opening.
Philip Long, director of V&A Dundee, said: “We are thrilled to be preparing to launch the first dedicated design museum in Scotland, and to reveal a remarkable new piece of architecture by Kengo Kuma.
“The new museum is at the heart of a truly incredible city.”