Celebrating the new season with some really artistic dishes, the much-anticipated Winter menu has just launched!
Looking ahead to the new season, the brand spanking new winter à la carte menu from the guys down at Tattu is a proper treat.
The menu has been developed in partnership with executive chef Andrew Lassetter and has beautifully tapped into the current climate with its inspiration.
The new menu has been designed to tell the wonderful tale of the Chinese Waterfall Legend, which will be the first thing you’ll read in their beautifully designed winter menu.
The tale’s image of power, individuality, resilience, and perseverance has been the inspiration for the new season during these challenging times “Each of us made our own journey upstream, we have all shown our strength, and we look forward to celebrating this together”…
Vibrant, colourful and delicious, there’s 11 new and returning old favourites.
But what should you order?
To kick off…
Szechuan Rock Shrimp (£10)
Served with carrot, sancho pepper and tangy pickle, this is the perfect starter to get you going.
Tuna Sashimi Wonton Cup (£12.50)
A fresh combination of fresh tuna, sesame soy and avocado served inside these super-cute wonton cups. Perfect to share, or to gobble down all to yourself – it’s your choice really.
Shredded Lamb Buns (£20 to share)
Ok now this one is to share. Shredded braised lamb shoulder with chilli and oyster sauce arrives accompanied by sticky dates and these heavenly, fluffy, cloud-like Bao Buns. Drooling.
Hamachi Kiwi Sashimi (£11)
With soy mirin, dragon fruit and and chilli salsa, where else are you going to get that kind of dish in Manchester?
From the large plates…
Vegan OK Glazed Tempeh (£15)
She’s a beauty. With padron peppers, cape gooseberry and grapes.
Japanese Black Wagyu (£74)
For when you’re feeling fancy. Returning to the Winter menu is Tattu’s signature Wagyu with green beans and truffle sesame soy.
On the side…
Beetroot and Candy Rice (£6)
Look how pink it is! Deliciously tangy and sweet with spring onion, orange and black pepper.
From the desserts…
Tang Yuan Doughnuts (£9)
Served with black sesame, raspberry and ginger, these little fluff balls are honestly to-die-for.
Chocolate and Hazelnut Pagoda (£12)
Make sure to leave room for this one because she’s rich and she’s indulgent. This pud takes inspiration from traditional Chinese architecture, which seems like such a shame when you’re digging your fork into it. Stacked brownie layers with vanilla, almond and espresso caramel… say no more.
Skull Candy (£10)
Because there’s nothing wrong with a classic. Tattu’s famous smoking skull. Vodka, bubblegum and strawberry.
Yin Yang Espresso Martini (Coming Soon)
Developed to pair with the rich flavours from the Winter à la carte menu, expect to find this beauty and her friends launching in two weeks! Excited doesn’t cut it.
For you guys who prefer to dine at home, or possibly just fancy an alternative date night, look no further because you can now order the Tattu Experience to your home! Their incredible click and collect service in Manchester provides the full 360° experience, in true Tattu style. Enjoy a selection of their most loved dishes, new menu additions, their classic cocktails (which arrive in the cutest little bottles) and even a QR code that’ll link you to an exclusive playlist of Tattu’s resident DJ mixes.
Orders can be placed online only at tattu.co.uk where diners can select an option of contact-free delivery with Deliveroo or click and collect from their nearest Tattu restaurant.