First Look at Tattu's New Spring/Summer Menu

Tattu Restaurant & Bar is set to launch its latest menu for spring on Tuesday 4th April, along with a new express-style dining experience called Taste of Tattu.

By Steven Pankhurst | April 3rd '17

Tattu Restaurant & Bar is set to launch its latest menu for spring on Tuesday 4th April, along with a new express-style dining experience called Taste of Tattu.

The new à la carte menu, developed by executive chef Clifton Muil and his team, includes fresh additions such as a Shanghai dumpling, sweet soy sticky short rib, Cantonese style chicken and a delicate honey roasted Chilean sea bass.

Shanghai Dumpling

Sweet Soy Sticky Short Rib

Cantonese Style Chicken

Honey Roasted Chilean Sea Bass

Designed for those looking for a unique lunchtime or early evening express-style menu, Taste of Tattu features a selection of the restaurant’s best-selling small plates combined with innovative dishes from the wok and stunning desserts, available in a two or three course option priced £19.50 or £24.50.

Taste of Tattu

Diners will be able to choose from delicious small plates including chilli salt baby squid, beef satay or salt and pepper aubergine, followed by a main dish served with either steamed rice or noodles from a selection including Kung Po chicken, crispy shredded chilli beef or sweet and sour pork. The menu concludes with a choice of three indulgent desserts – yin and yang, banana fritter or fortune cookies and cream.

 

Yin & Yang Dessert

Taste of Tattu aims to deliver all the quality and creativity of Tattu’s à la carte menu, for guests looking for a quick lunch stop, a bite to eat before an evening out, or a weekend treat accompanied by one of Tattu’s newest cocktails.

Executive chef, Clifton Muil, said: “This latest menu is one we’re really proud of and have worked extremely hard to develop. The team has created a selection of new dishes for both the à la carte and Taste of Tattu menus that celebrate traditional Chinese flavours, capturing them in the unique and contemporary style that we have become known for in Manchester. This menu will also launch at our second venue in Leeds later this spring, and we’re confident that guests will enjoy the new offering along with addition of seasonal specials we will be bringing to guests each week.”

Taste of Tattu will be available alongside the new à la carte menu at lunchtimes from 12 – 3pm and early evening from 5 – 6pm Monday to Thursday, as well as from 12 – 5pm Friday to Sunday, from Tuesday 4th April.

Tattu, Gartside Street, 3 Hardman Square, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3EB
0161 819 2060
www.tattu.co.uk