Journey Through China with Tattu: Anhui

After our last sell-out Szechuan event with contemporary Chinese restaurant Tattu, the third instalment of our Journey through China will guide guests eastward to the province of Anhui.

By Steven Pankhurst | 26 March 2018

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Guests will experience a six-course tasting menu paired with two cocktails, comprising of six exclusive dishes not available on any other menu. Each dish has been created by head chef Jon Green and his team to demonstrate the traditional cooking methods and ingredients found in the eastern province.

Anhui or Hui cuisine is best known for its use of wild herbs, from both the land and the water found in three main regions – the Yangtze River, Huai River and the southern Anhui region. Braising and stewing are the most popular methods of cooking and stir-frying is much less common in this part of China.

The menu for this event features a traditional Anhui pork stew which has a beautiful depth of flavour, followed by the Luzhou roast duck dish which, while not as common as Peking duck, is considered a delicacy across China. Tattu’s use of herbs and seasonings in the Forager Salad is a real tribute to the native flavours that you would find in Anhui.


Tattu x Manchester’s Finest Journey through China: Anhui

6 courses
2 paired cocktails
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Date: Thursday 19th April 2018
Time: 7pm
Cost: £39 per person

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This is a set menu designed specifically for the tasting event which we advise to be enjoyed in full by guests. Any dietary requests or allergies should be made known to Tattu by emailing a minimum of 48 hours prior to the event so they are able to advise if they can provide alternative options to suit your requirements.

Limited spaces available.

Tattu, Gartside Street, 3 Hardman Square, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3EB
0161 819 2060