Get your chopsticks at the ready because Tattu – purveyors of contemporary Chinese dining – will open a fifth restaurant this winter, bringing its signature bold interiors, colourful cuisine and unique dining experience to London…
The independent restaurant group is set to launch its first London venue on Denmark Street early 2022. And it looks like it’s going to be an experience to savour.
Londoners will be able to sample Tattu’s contemporary, Chinese-inspired cuisine – crispy pork belly with black vinegar and coriander, or Szechuan rock shrimp or chicken truffle shumai for example – created under Executive Chef Andrew Lassetter in a dramatic, modern setting.
Homed in the soon-to-open Now Building near Tottenham Court Road Station, the 220-cover site will offer guests panoramic views of London from the building’s rooftop and terrace.
Award-winning interior design studio Joyce Wang Studio have created the restaurant’s interior fusing ‘beautiful design with sensory exploration’.
The Now Building, by immersive media and entertainment organisation Outernet London, is set to become a new hospitality, entertainment and cultural destination in the heart of the city.
It will boast the world’s largest wrap-around screens – including a four-storey high digital canvas – a 2,000 capacity live events venue, apartments, restaurants and bars.
Family-owned Tattu opened its first restaurant in Manchester in 2015. New sites in Leeds, Birmingham and Edinburgh followed.
For more information visit tattulondon.com