Contemporary Chinese restaurant Tattu has launched its latest menu today (Tuesday 3rd October) for autumn/winter, including three seasonal sharing menus for Christmas. 

Featuring 15 new dishes from dim sum through to dessert, this latest menu is described as the restaurant’s ‘most progressive’ to date, with a range of dishes that encapsulate the best ingredients of the season, playfully utilised to create food that celebrates the best in Chinese cuisine. New to the dim sum selection is a black cod and asparagus steamed dumpling with prawn, edamame and squid ink, as well as a chicken Xiao long bao. 

Small plates include mouth-watering Peking duck bon bons served with hoisin, cherry and sesame, and chicken satay lollipops with a peanut, honey and coconut dipping sauce. 

For main course, a new yuzu black cod dish blends the flavour of the Asian yuzu fruit with squid ink to create a rich, sweet purple dipping sauce. The Szechuan lobster is fiery new dish featuring traditional Szechuan seasoning that pairs perfectly with the succulent lobster meat.

A baked Lotus flower served with lavender, yuzu and honey and a show stopping chocolate Dragon’s egg with chilli and passionfruit make the new dessert menu something to savour. 

Alongside the new dishes, Tattu has also created a new cocktail list inspired by the food menu with serves designed to complement each dish. From the refreshing Elixir of Life featuring Jinzu gin, elderflower and vanilla, to the punchy Art of War which blends whisky, cherry and orange, there’s a cocktail for every taste.

Clifton Muil, executive chef at Tattu, said: “This is by far our most adventurous menu to date. We’ve really pushed ourselves to continue to take traditional Chinese flavours and use them intelligently to deliver unique plates of food that will excite customers, create conversation and bring them together in a shared dining experience. We’re very much looking forward to welcoming guests and hearing their feedback in the coming weeks.”

The new a la carte menu is available daily from 12pm. There is also a new dim sum lunch menu, served Monday – Thursday from 12pm – 3pm and Friday – Sunday from 12pm – 5pm, as well as the Taste of Tattu menu served Saturday – Thursday from 12pm – 3pm and 12pm – 5pm on Fridays. 

Tattu Restaurant and Bar  29 East Parade  I  Minerva House  I  Leeds  I  LS1 5PS

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