Tattu offers a taste of the alternative this festive season

Tattu Restaurant & Bar is bringing its alternative Christmas dining experience to Manchester this festive season.

Those looking for a Christmas party venue with a taste of the extraordinary can choose from a selection of three and four course set menus featuring the finest Asian flavours.

Ranging from £39 to £69 per person, example dishes from each menu include five-spiced goose served with foie gras and plum; claypot chicken served with Chinese master stock and sour cherry; venison wonton with raspberry, maple and soya, and a wild mushroom hot pot served with black winter truffle.

Bookings can be made for parties of up to 90 people in the main restaurant and bar bookings can made for an informal drinks reception. Tattu’s private Parlour room is ideal for those looking for a glamorous dining experience and is available for bookings of up to 30 covers, or up to 70 for a drinks and canapé reception.

For the biggest night of the year, it’s got to be something spectacular. If you’ve got a night of partying planned, Tattu has an early evening treat available with a special five-course set menu, priced £70 per person. Bookings are being taken until 8:30pm for the earlier sitting.


Later on, the evening will be stepping up a gear to welcome the final Tattu Sessions of the year. This is set to be an evening of extravagance and excitement that will start 2016 in style. The night will be filled with an array of live performances and musical acts, not to mention a beautiful visual display for the big countdown. Tables can be booked from 9:30pm and tickets are priced £100 per person, including sumptuous five-course set menu and half a bottle of champagne each.

To view the menus for Christmas and New Year, please visit: http://www.tattu.co.uk/menus

The venue will be closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day, reopening at 12pm on 2 January 2015.

For more information follow @TattuMCR on Twitter and Instagram.




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