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What's on

  • To mark the Year of the Rat, we’re set to host a season of spectacular cultural celebrations running from January 24th until February 8th.

    As well as welcoming a new lunar year, we’re extending our celebrations to mark the traditional Chinese Lantern Festival which symbolises the wish for a bright future.

    Indulge in a selection of special dishes inspired by traditional new year’s feasting, including Chinese Barbecue Chicken with chipotle, sweet soy and picked cucumber (£17) and Red Pepper Lamb Cutlets with Chinese five spice butter and sesame (£25).

    You’ll also be able to raise a glass with a limited-edition cocktail – the delicious Lucky Shui. A Tattu-inspired white lady made with gin, homemade Chinese vermouth and lemon (£11).

    And for an experience to remember ahead of the Chinese Lantern Festival, we’ll be hosting a traditional lion dance performance for you to enjoy whilst dining in the evening on the below dates in all of our restaurants:

    Tattu Birmingham (Tuesday 4th February) Book Now
    Tattu Manchester (Wednesday 5th February) Book Now
    Tattu Leeds (Thursday 6th February) Book Now
    Tattu Edinburgh (Friday 7th February) Book Now

    *CNY specials excluded from January Sale offer.

  • Our Taste of Tattu menu is not available during the festive period and will return on 1st February 2020.