Blossoming: the new look Tattu
Contemporary Chinese restaurant group, Tattu, has revealed a preview of its Edinburgh interior, with patrons set to dine beneath hand painted traditional Chinese artwork and an arching tunnel of its signature blossom installation.
Tattu Edinburgh will pay homage to the relationship between ‘traditional and contemporary’; complete with a Chinois-style interior that features intricate wooden fretwork, antique furnishings and chinoiserie fabric panelling partnered with polished marble walls and reflective finishes to provide a modern twist.
Opening this autumn, the 140-cover split-level restaurant will occupy the ground and basement level of the new Mint Building on West Register Street.
The Edinburgh menu will include a number of exclusive dishes developed by executive chef, Andrew Lassetter and his team. Tattu Edinburgh will also offer a dedicated lunchtime menu.
Founded by brothers, Adam and Drew Jones, Tattu’s Edinburgh opening is the family-owned restaurant’s first in Scotland, and fourth in the UK; joining sites in Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham.
Managing director Mr Jones, explained: “As a cosmopolitan city where ‘traditional meets contemporary’, Edinburgh completely resonates with Tattu and the kind of unique experience we want to create for our diners.”
He continues: “The offering in the city is incredibly diverse and contains some amazing operators. We hope that Tattu will be a welcome addition to this exciting dining scene with our twist on modern Chinese cuisine.”