Dining in a restaurant. It’s a concept we’ve long forgotten at this point, but it exists, and it’s returning really soon. Better brush up on our social skills, I suppose. And while most restaurants consist of your typical tables, chairs, other people, and waiters – Tattu Leeds goes all out on the experience, transporting you on a trip to the Far East with their extremely creative decor.
Home to a huge cherry blossom tree that sits prominently within the restaurant, guests can dine under the pretty-in-pink petals, which loom over almost every table creating an impressive air of Asia.
Pink neon and industrial-style pendant lights set a romantic-hued atmosphere, making the venue the perfect place for a special date night after months of bickering over which takeaway to have at home.
On the menu, you’ll find fine Chinese-inspired dishes with a contemporary twist – including favourites such as their caramel soy beef fillet, Thai-style monkfish, sashimi, and our personal favourite, crispy duck pancakes.
The restaurant prides itself on its unique and exciting approach to Asian grub, which has proven such a success, they’ve grown in four cities in just six years.
But it’s not just the Far East wonderland inside that Tattu has on offer. Guests can also enjoy the beautiful outdoor terrace, which captures the summer sun and features sleek, modern design – with the floral theme meandering its way outside, too.
It’s the perfect place to explore their lengthy cocktail menu on a hot summer’s day, which infuses traditional Asian flavours with classic cocktails such as the bellini, the negroni and the martini.
Situated on East Parade, Tattu Leeds is accepting bookings now for their May reopening, and you can snap up a table to try their incredible food for yourself here.
[Featured image: Tattu]