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I always find it a real treat to dine at Tattu Birmingham, its quite possibly the most atmospheric dining experience in the city, successfully blending traditional Chinese elements with the contemporary; so I jumped at the chance to experience their new Imperial Sunday Roast.

A feast fit for Royalty

The decor, adorned with intricate patterns, hanging lanterns, and breath-taking cherry blossom trees certainly sets the scene for any dining occasion. Known for their innovative and contemporary take on Chinese cuisine, I was intrigued to experience their new Sunday dining creations.

We began our afternoon with an aperitif and chose to indulge in the quite theatrical Celestial Dragon. This delightful smoking concoction (designed for two) combines premium Belvedere Smogory Vodka with hibiscus tincture and a hint of citrus, a zingy cocktail that set the tone for the opulent meal to come.

The atmospheric setting at Tattu

We were then presented with a thoughtfully curated trio of dishes, including Chinese Barbeque Chicken – subtly flavoured with chili and sweet soy, a delightful Char Siu Iberico Pork – marinated and roasted to perfection in Tattu’s signature char siu sauce and the Aromatic Roast Duck – succulent duck perfectly seasoned with fragrant spices. We were also treated to, for me, the star of the show, Caramel Soy Beef Fillet – a premium beef fillet, served with a delicious caramel soy glaze, which literally melted in the mouth (available for an additional £10 per person).

Chinese Barbeque Chicken, Char Siu Iberico Pork and Aromatic Roast Duck

Complementing these mains were a wide selection of side dishes including soft and fluffy steamed bao buns, fresh and vibrant broccoli, crispy shallots delicately seasoned with ginger and salt & pepper, and an extremely moreish spicy take on roast potatoes, prepared to perfection with garlic, chilli and five -spice.

Side dishes including soft and fluffy steamed bao buns

Tattu boasts an extensive and thoughtfully curated wine list featuring a diverse selection of wines from around the world. We were expertly guided through the menu and opted for a big, rich, and robust red in the Malbec/Cabernet Privado Family Blend from Argentina, which made for the perfect pairing.

The Celestial Dragon & The Imperial Sunday Roast is served

We concluded our culinary journey on a sweet note with the delightful Asian Pear Sticky Toffee Pudding, infused with cinnamon and vanilla and the sumptuous Dragon Egg, made with velvety white chocolate, creamy coconut, passionfruit and mango for a tropical twist – just sublime.

Tattu Birmingham’s Imperial Sunday Roast is a feast fit for royalty and a captivating twist on the traditional Sunday lunch, thoughtfully curated to provide a tantalising array of flavours.

The white chocolate Dragon Egg

The restaurant immerses you in a world where gastronomy meets artistry with impeccable service, making for a memorable and exceptional dining experience that surpasses expectations.

The menu is available at Tattu Birmingham for £32.00 per person, and for those looking to savour the finest flavours, guests can upgrade to Tattu’s signature dish – the Caramel Soy Beef Fillet available for an additional £10 per person.

The Imperial Sunday Roast is served between 12pm to 6pm every Sunday. For more information and to book visit tattu.co.uk