Dry January 2024: This January, Tattu Leeds welcomes 2024 in with a non-alcoholic partnership with Everleaf. As part of their ‘Winter Romance’ offering, Tattu has created four vibrant booze-free cocktails, also available throughout February. Perfect for anyone who is looking to follow through with their no-alcohol intake a little longer.
For a sparkling treat, the Inauguration cocktail made with Everleaf Mountain, Wild Idol and cherry is the perfect alternative to the classic bellini while the Forbidden Forest with orange, passion fruit and ginger ale takes visitors on a tropical journey.
The Radiance cocktail is made with Everleaf Mountain, blood orange, apple and jasmine, and the Marine Mist, with agave and lime, is a take on the popular Margarita, ideal for tequila lovers. Indulge in a series of non-alcoholic cocktails at Tattu Leeds this January.
Restaurant: With a menu designed to be shared, Tattu is the perfect destination for gatherings with loved ones. Featuring dim sum, raw dishes, small plates, grills and seafood plus a host of vegan and vegetarian options, Tattu’s menu offers something for every palette. Standouts include crispy shredded beef fillet, Shangai black cod, seven spiced seared tuna and, of course, Tattu classic, wok-fired angry bird – a signature chicken dish served with roast chilli peppers and sesame honey soy.
Desserts have an icy twist. The Frozen Cherry Blossom dessert has been beautifully reimagined to reflect the Great Snow. Topped with icy blue candyfloss and balanced on a delicate chocolate trunk, the dessert is grounded in a light chocolate mousse and presented on a dry ice bed that cascades over the table as you dine.