Get your chopstay ready because Tattu – purveyors of contemporary Chinese cuisine – will be opening a fifth restaurant this winter, bringing its daring interiors, colorful cuisine and unique dining experience to Londonâ¦
The independent restaurant group is set to launch its first London establishment on Denmark Street in early 2022. And it looks like it will be an experience to be savored.
Londoners can sample Tattu’s contemporary Chinese-inspired cuisine – crispy black vinegar and cilantro pork belly, or Szechuan rock shrimp or chicken shumai with truffle for example – created by executive chef Andrew Lassetter in a dramatic and modern setting.
Housed in the soon to be opened Now Building near Tottenham Court Road station, tThe 220-seat site will offer customers a panoramic view of London from the building’s roof and terrace.
Award-winning interior design studio Joyce Wang Studio created the interior of the restaurant by merging “beautiful design and sensory exploration”.
The Now Building, from immersive media and entertainment organization Outernet London, is fast becoming a new hospitality, entertainment and cultural destination in the heart of the city.
Outernet London Building, Denmark Street, Tottenham Court Road. Photo: Outernet London.
It will feature the world’s largest wrap-around screens, including a four-story digital canvas, a 2,000-seat live events hall, apartments, restaurants and bars.
The family business Tattu opened its first restaurant in Manchester in 2015. New locations followed in Leeds, Birmingham and Edinburgh.
For more information visit tattulondon.com