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Tattu Restaurant & Bar

Restaurant & Bar £500k+
Exterior of Tattu, taken from Gartside Street.
View of the Tattu hostess station, which greets guests as they enter the venue.
View from the entrance into the main bar area.
View to main bar, highlighting different seating options and bespoke leather bar chairs by artist Ted Nemeth.
View from main bar, highlighting booth seating and handmade marble table with staircase leading to the restaurant.
View to the right as you enter the restaurant, highlighting skyscraper pendants, second bar and cherry blossom.
View of the secondary service bar and booth seating under the cherry blossom.
View of the main wine store, which features bespoke artwork created by artist Megamunden.
View from the cherry blossom to the glass walkway and kitchen pass.
One of the restaurant's intimate dining booths, highlighting Megamunden bespoke artwork and skyscraper pendants.
A view from the kitchen's pass, showing suspended anchors and full view of the cherry blossom set in the restaurant.
The private bar servicing The Parlour, with glimpses of the 'peep show' wallpaper and bespoke leather seating.
Bespoke leather seating and panelled doors, created by Ted Nemeth, located in The Parlour.
A wide view of The Parlour, including performance booth, bespoke lighting and walnut panelling throughout.

Located within Spinningfields, Manchester’s thriving retail and restaurant district, Tattu is a unique concept restaurant delivering high-end contemporary Chinese cuisine. The restaurant’s interior design takes inspiration from body art and its rich history, showcasing exceptional detail, craftsmanship and a truly captivating menu.

Covering an area of 6,000 sq ft, split across two floors, the restaurant includes a glass-panelled walkway, full-sized cherry blossom tree and a stunning woven ceiling. Tattu is a progressive venue, and a first of its kind for Manchester. Its team of talented chefs has been sourced from some of the most prolific Asian restaurants in the country, with a menu designed by executive head chef, Andrew Lassetter.