Eat at Manchester’s restaurant inspired by body art? 5 things to do today at TATTU Restaurant, Manchester
Tattu is a contemporary Chinese restaurant which takes its inspiration from body art!
Food is designed and prepared exquisitely by Head Chef Clifton Muil.
Here are 5 things to do today at this ground breaking Manchester Chinese restaurant.
Have a drink in the downstairs bar or head straight upstairs to the dining area. The whole of TATTU has a luxury feel with dark and sophisticated decor that stuns. The decor really is impressive!
At lunchtime choose from the Dim Sum menu or the A La Carte menu if preferred. We decided to go for the elaborate Dim Sum selection. The seating area upstairs range from round tables to hidden booths – almost luxury prison like. The pink rose tree that we were sat under was just spectacular.
Choose from two, three or four Dim Sum. The four piece is priced at £22. There are also a selection of side dishes too. Portion sizes are more than adequate and you will be impressed with the attention to detail of all dishes. TATTU’s dishes are credibly vibrant and colourful and the flavours are intricate without being too over powering. These pictures we think speak for themselves.
Enjoy a drink from the bar whilst eating your amazing food. There are good quality wines on offer by the glass in addition to beers, cocktails and other spirits. We opted for red and white wines and a gin and tonic.
Hire the downstairs private room for a function you might me having. This luxury room separate from the main downstairs area had its own bar and toilets. Perfect for a birthday or to impress clients.
TATTU Manchester is out to impress and is galloping in front of other restaurants in Manchester in our opinion. Go to TATTU to impress or be impressed.
Tattu Restaurant and Bar
3 Hardman Square
Phone: 0161 819 2060