Located in the heart of Manchester’s gleaming business district, Tattu is an Instagrammer’s dream. Think penumbral lighting, body art-inspired cocktails and a full size cherry blossom tree with hand sewn silk petals. You’d be forgiven for expecting such opulent surroundings to outshine the food. Not so.
This ‘contemporary Chinese’ restaurant revels in equally artistic and playful dishes – such as Peking duck buns and kimchi crab cakes. It’s not cheap, a main of their signature, umami-rammed Yuzu black cod will cost you over £30, but the very decent lunch menu (two dishes for £13, three for £18, four for £22) is sure to impress dim sum devotees.
- Private dining room
- Good for seafood
- Fine dining or fancy