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Contemporary Chinese restaurant Tattu is calling time on those January blues with a host of special events lined up for February to celebrate Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day.

CHINESE NEW YEAR

This year marks The Year of the Pig – the twelfth sign in the zodiac calendar. In Chinese culture, pigs are the symbol of wealth and are blessed with good fortune in life. Tattu will be marking the new year with a celebratory sharing menu that takes inspiration from traditional new year’s feasting. 

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Dishes include spicy Szechuan Iberico pork wontons and a honey-glazed baby chicken served with miso, sesame and sweet potato. The dessert is a Gift of Oranges – inspired by new year’s tradition. It comprises a zesty orange trifle, chocolate and orange truffle and a refreshing orange sorbet.

Guests can also raise a glass to the new year with the Red Envelope cocktail – the perfect accompaniment to any celebration, priced £10. A selection of prizes will be hidden in some of the lucky red envelopes, from a bottle of Champagne to a £100 gift voucher.

Tattu’s Chinese New Year menu is priced £50 per person and will be available for parties of two – eight people from Sunday 3rd – Saturday 9th February 2019. Book online at www.tattu.co.uk.

VALENTINE’S SCREENINGS

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On Sunday 10th February Tattu will welcome its Valentine’s Screenings to Leeds’ private dining room, featuring a selection of romantic films each paired with a three-course menu and dessert cocktail. The menu includes Hearts and Roses dim sum and a traditional Chinese snowflake cake dessert with raspberry, coconut and white chocolate. Screening times:

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1pm – Hitch

4pm – When Harry Met Sally

Tickets priced £40 per person and must be booked in advance. Call 0113 245 1080 to book.

VALENTINE’S DAY

For those in the mood for romance, Tattu will be serving its winter à la carte menu on Valentine’s Day with a limited-edition sharing dish and cocktail available between 14th – 17th February. The dish is a plum Sake-glazed Peking duck served with vermicelli fritters, cucumber and spring onion, priced £48 for two to share, while the Good Night Kiss dessert cocktail blends Pinot Grigio, hazelnut liqueur and gingerbread, with a white chocolate and strawberry foam, priced £10. 

To book please visit www.tattu.co.uk

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