Tattu to Leeds
29th June 2017
Tattu Chinese restaurant based in Manchester, and led by brothers Adam and Drew Jones, has opened a sister site in Leeds. The pair have opened the restaurant at a 5,500 square foot ground-floor unit in the Bond Court development creating 80 jobs.
The 180-cover, split-level restaurant also has seating, while Tattu executive chef Clifton Muil has created three new dishes inspired by Yorkshire produce – Yorkshire beef puff dim sum, Kimchi crab cakes using Whitby crab, and Yorkshire pork ribeye steak.
The site also features a cherry blossom tree adorned with white petals in tribute to Yorkshire’s white rose.
Adam Jones said: “The dining scene here in the city is expanding rapidly, there’s some really exciting operations opening with a lot of interest from London outfits too. We saw an opportunity to be part of that growth and we’re looking forward to joining other establishments in the city to offer something completely different.”
30 Jun 2017 / George Shaw /
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