Tattu Manchester is welcoming the long-awaited change in seasons with a new summer à la carte menu featuring a whopping 17 new dishes and a host of new cocktails.
Launching on Monday 30th April, the new menu will showcase some of the most celebrated seasonal flavours and ingredients, blended with contemporary Asian influences and cooking techniques, that promise to deliver a captivating menu that sits perfectly with the warmer season.
To start, new additions to the dim sum menu include a delicate Sweet Miso Chilean Sea Bass Dumpling with honey, sake and mirin; a Shitake Bao with porcini, garlic and ginger, and a light Summer Spring Roll with prawn and lemongrass.
Small plates are perfect for sharing and this season’s embrace the concept with a stunning Seared Tuna with ponzu, truffle aioli and caviar; a Wild Mushroom San Choy Bao with truffle, garlic and spring onion, and a signature BBQ Sampler Dish to share that includes slices of Honey-glazed Duck Breast, Sticky Beef Short Rib, Spiced Pork Belly and tender Iberico Pork Fillet.
Amongst the new main dishes there is a decadent Whole Lobster served with wasabi gratin, lemon and lime; a Sweet Mango Chicken with pineapple and onion salsa and a Sweet and Sour Iberico Pork with pineapple, banana shallots and dragon fruit, which is set to be a new favourite.
Desserts are not a course to be missed this Summer with Tattu’s new Sweet Chocolate Wontons served with Szechuan strawberry and banana caramel dipping sauces; a Mango and Honey Pudding with pineapple, lychee and oat cookie, plus a new and lighter baked Lotus Flower with lemon meringue, honey and plum.
To complete the new menu offering a stunning range of cocktails have been developed by the bar teams in Leeds and Manchester including the Flight of the Phoenix, inspired by the classic Aviation, made with white rum, poppy and apple; the Butterfly Effect with a magical mixture of vodka, lychee liqueur and butterfly pollen; and Tattu’s take on the classic negroni with a cherry blossom twist.
As part of the new menu launch, guests can expect to see a selection of the new dishes join the Dim Sum Lunch and Taste of Tattu set menu offerings which are perfect lunchtime and early evening dining options:
The Dim Sum Lunch includes two dishes for £13, three for £18 and four for £22, available Monday – Thursday, 12pm – 3pm and Friday – Sunday, 12pm – 5pm.
The Taste of Tattu menu includes a selection of new small plates, main dishes and tempting desserts, priced £22.50 for two courses and £27.50 for three courses, available Monday – Thursday, 12pm – 3pm, Friday 12pm – 5pm and Saturday – Sunday, 12pm – 3pm.
Tattu, Gartside Street, 3 Hardman Square, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3EB
0161 819 2060