Hosting a season of spectacular cultural celebrations, contemporary Chinese restaurant Tattu is welcoming not only The Year of the Rat but also celebrating with a customary Chinese Lantern Festival (symbolising the wish for a bright future).
With stunning interior takeovers to celebrate Chinese New Year (with The Year of The Rat marking the start of a new cycle in the Chinese calendar) and the introduction of a few special dishes, Tattu has taken inspiration from traditional new year’s feasting.
The bespoke dishes include Red Pepper Lamb Cutlets (£25) – with Chinese five-spice, butter and sesame and the Chinese Barbeque Chicken (£17) – with chipotle, sweet soy and pickled cucumber.
Tattu have also introduced a few limited-edition cocktails, including the Lucky Shui – a Tattu inspired white lady made with gin, homemade Chinese vermouth and lemon (£11).
There will also be a special traditional lion dance performance taking place on the 5th of February for guests to enjoy whilst they dine!
Tattu Restaurant and Bar, Gartside Street, 3 Hardman Square, Spinningfields
0161 819 2060