Take a look inside Birmingham’s brand new Tattu Restaurant

Modern Chinese restaurant, Tattu, has announced it will open the doors to its third venue in Birmingham city centre in January 2019, as works progress at the new site on Barwick Street.

The split-level restaurant will occupy a charming space within the historic Grand development, serving its renowned Chinese-inspired cuisine, taking traditional ingredients and classic flavours, combined with new ideas and cooking techniques. The result is a distinctive and contemporary take on the much-loved style of food, with innovative dim sum and delicious sharing plates that encourage an interactive dining experience. 


Tattu Birmingham will also offer a dedicated lunchtime menu, Taste of Tattu, providing guests with a premium express lunch of two or three courses priced at £23 or £28. The menu features a selection of the restaurant’s best-selling small plates combined with innovative dishes from the wok and grill alongside its stunning desserts. The special menu will run daily and delivers all the quality and creativity of Tattu’s à la carte menu.


Diners can indulge in a selection of Tattu’s signature dishes such as Beef Fillet and Caramel Soy and the delicate Saffron Black Cod. New menu additions, developed by executive chef Andrew Lassetter and his team, include Chilli and Sesame Roasted Scallops served with Chinese sausage, crushed edamame and mint, as well as an Asian Pear Crumble with green apple, almond and a pink custard.


Chilli and Sesame Roasted Scallops
The brothers behind the family business, Adam and Drew Jones, are incredibly excited about the regeneration of The Grand development recognising its place within the city’s rich history. Tattu Birmingham is the first restaurant in the group that’s located within a heritage space and this has played a key role in creating a unique concept for the site. With a strong focus on stunning interiors, the brothers are embarking on what will be their most detailed and bespoke fit out to date. Managing Director Adam Jones said:
Each Tattu restaurant has its own identity and style that takes customers on a sensory journey as they dine. We recognise the historic importance of The Grand to the city and wanted to reflect that in our concept.
There will be a two-week soft launch period with 50% off food for a limited number of tables. For more information on how to attend and official opening dates, sign up here.
The site will also create a total of 80 jobs for the city with recruitment now underway for all positions including front of house, kitchen and bar. For details on how to apply, click here.

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