Is Manchester spoilt for choice when it comes to ultra chic restaurants? It seems so now that Tattu has opened its doors to the savvy sophisticated city of Manchester.
This brand new opulent and richly decorated Chinese restaurant has joined the ranks of Spinningfield’s finest dining creations in the City Centre of Manchester. Tattu Restaurant and Bar, Gartside Street, 3 Hardman Square, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3HH is lavishly unique and a hugely indulgent contemporary Chinese restaurant in the heart of this plush neighbourhood of Manchester. The design concept is quite extraordinary and takes its inspiration from body art, i.e. tattoos – the idea that the venue could reflect the ethos of ‘permanently unique.’ And without doubt Tattu interior is a sight to behold.
This truly beautiful venue is breath taking and has been labeled as Manchester’s most stunning new establishment yet and diners can expect a first class and highly exclusive dining experience. The ground floor hosts the main bar area and the decadent décor will invigorate your senses and the food will tantalize your taste-buds. The bar is strewn with maritime rope lighting, glass skull globes and rose lights adorn the two huge anchors that dress the front windows. Luxury leather seating provides the perfect laid back yet sophisticated area for exclusivecompanyescorts.co.uk/cheshire-escorts the most relaxed and sumptuous dining and drinking in Manchester. There is also a private dining room located on the ground floor to welcome those who prefer a more intimate and discreet way of enjoying an evening of extravagance with finest food at the fore.
The design elements not only play host to the intricacies of detailed tattoo design but also cherishes the traditional oriental theme, with black booth seating, exuberant black fret screening and a four metre magnificent cherry blossom tree which takes centre stage in this breath taking Manchester Chinese restaurant. The upstairs venue boasts 94 covers, with the continued theme of hand twisted maritime rope which adorns the ceiling and ostentatious pendant lighting creating an overall effect which is sincerely sumptuous and totally sexy.
Tattu’s interior is simply incredible and the owners, brothers Drew and Adam Jones have created a gloriously unique, exciting and incredible place to eat drink and be merry. The attention to detail is astounding, which is exactly what the siblings had planned. They were aware of the huge brands and players monopolizing the Manchester social scene and wanted to offer something quite rare and exclusive to compete with the big boy restaurateurs in Manchester.
The menu is mouth watering and extensive offering modern Chinese cuisine, using only the finest ingredients. Diners can choose dishes such as Dim Sum, Angus Fillet Beef, Black Cod and Foie Gras Gvoza, which have been designed and inspired by Head Chef, Pedro Miranda, who has worked in Hakkasan, a highly acclaimed Michelin-starred restaurant.
Dining out at the Tattu is an experience to savor. It is impressive and a most welcome arrival for Manchester citizens and visitors alike who enjoy nothing less than a feel of hedonist sophistication in this super city of Manchester.