Tattu Restaurant (Modern Chinese)
Address: 4 Hardman Square, Gartside Street
Manchester, M3 3EB
Tel: 0161 819 2060
Nearest Station: Salford Central
How beautiful do these cherry blossom trees look and the interiors are here at Tattu?
Earlier this month, I travelled down to Manchester for one night and on that same night. I managed to visit a high-end posh modern Chinese restaurant based in Manchester, Spinningfields.
However, not knowing my way around here seeing so many building works being done up. Arriving here took me a while to find as I went round in circles with ‘Google Map’ telling different directions. Eventually, I asked one of the security officers walking around, who told me directions to find the restaurant.
Opened in 2015, Tattu delivers luxurious, well-presented quality food. The staff here are really helpful and friendly. They tend to talk you through the menu and recommend dishes according to your preference/allergy. When you order a main course it comes with a bowl of rice to share. Also, Tattu has the most incredible looking Asian desserts (I’d recommend trying out the Cherry Blossom!) the way it’s brought out to your table is spectacular. Here you’ll find traditional flavours with modern cooking methods to give you the most unusual dining experience.
Furthermore, Tattu is known for its stunning interior design. Full of colours and the cherry blossom tree they have upstairs in the dining area is a real eye-catcher. The restaurant stretches over two floors. Covered in cherry blossom trees towering over tables along with complimentary purple lighting, creating an almost animated feel. This Asian-style interior is blended with traditional tattoo iconography and framed flashboards mounted above the designated bar.
After reserving my seat beforehand, I managed to get myself a good seat near the cherry blossom tree. Walk into a glamorous dining room filled with luxury interiors, lights and decor. Already, knowing what I wanted to order from their menu and a staff member suggesting what dishes are ‘Halal’ and the popular dishes. I went ahead and ordered their Red Pepper Lamb Chops, which came along with a side choice of rice.
After playing around with my camera and taking a few shots around the restaurant. The Lamb Chops well done, arrived along with my cranberry juice drink. Boy! It tasted so good! Chewy and flavouring from each piece was divine. The presentations of these food were exceptional, as Tattu are known for their presentation and exactly how I like it.
The glass framed iconography pictured below was one of the main features of the restaurant, which stood out the most.
Cranberry juice looked refreshing, but the prices here for dishes or anything were beyond the roof. It’s one of those luxurious dining spots, where you could easily spend up to £100 till you are full. I loved the presentation and the flower glass they had on each table, making it a picturesque and perfect prop to go along with my lamb chop plate. I managed to get a nice pretty flat lay from my camera.
After completing my delicious lamb chops dish, I had a quick look at the gram and google images to see any good-looking desserts. I rarely go to the restaurant and don’t leave without having any dessert. I did eventually find the most picturesque desserts called ‘Cherry Blossom’, which caught many people’s attention.
It was truly heavenly, created with candy floss on top and filled with chocolate and cherries. This came out to my table with floating smoke and a scoop of cherry ice cream on the side. I didn’t know where to start with this dessert, as I tried to catch the best shots whilst the smoke stayed
Overall, at this high-end modern Chinese restaurant, I didn’t have many other dishes as the price was so overpriced and expensive here. Therefore, one main dessert was enough for me as the cost came up to £44. This included service charge, however, the food was absolutely divine and well presented on my table.
I would say it’s worth an experience to see all the nice interiors more than anything, but would only come down for desserts more than anything. You would have to spend up to £100 to be satisfied with your hunger.
The service was good as they provided me with what I needed and asked for. Also, recommended me what was Halal such as the lamb chops and their chicken main courses. The atmosphere was quite lively as most of the place when I arrived was full even at 10 pm on a Monday.
Would I come here again? Maybe, but only to try another dessert or a few other dishes which were halal, but only if it was for a special occasion or on the house as the prices are damaging for your wallets.
Overall experience, I will give this place a rating of 7.6 out of 10.
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