You know that post-Christmas slump that starts to sneak in early January? Well we think we’ve found the perfect (gin and) tonic at Tattu.
Since opening its doors in Birmingham in 2019, this super-chic Chinese restaurant has become a firm favourite of city diners looking for show-stopping food in an equally show-stopping setting.
Here’s a few reasons why TATTU will warm you cockles after the turkey and tinsel are long gone:
As a thank to its customers there’s 30% off food from January 1 through to January 31 (* T&Cs and exclusions apply – check details with Tattu). Book online using code TATTU30 in the booking notes section. It would be rude not to!
An utterly unique experience and expertly crafted menus brimming with contemporary Chinese cuisine take you on a culinary journey from East to West. Szechuan Rock Shrimp; Shanghai Black Cod; Seven-Spiced Seared Tuna or Wok-Fired Chicken. We can see your mouth watering from here! Make it social with modern sharing plates – known as Waves – and there’s a vegetarian tasting menu too.
Situated in what was once the basement of the Grand Hotel, the décor explores the ancient philosophy of Yin Yang, blending contrary forces to create harmony. The main restaurant downstairs represents Yin, with its feminine flourishes and a striking canopy of cherry blossom (yes, you can imagine how many Insta feeds that’s appeared on). The Yang is showcased throughout the ground floor with wooden fretwork and granite walls.
One look through the drinks menu and we know one thing for sure; you’ll be spoilt for choice. There’s more signatures mixers than you can shake a cocktail stick at, from the temptingly named Peep Show Bellini to the must-try Tattu Twinkle. The restaurant’s most popular order is Skull Candy, served in a smoking skull, while Chestnut Flip celebrates Chinese ingredients that represent sharing and good fortune.