This February, Tattu, the modern Chinese restaurant group, are thrilled to announce their celebrations for Lunar New Year with showstopping specials and entertainment across their Tattu Edinburgh restaurant.

From Friday 9th February, Lunar New Year, one of the biggest dates in the Asian cultural calendar, Tattu will light up in an extravagant style celebrating the Year of the Dragon. Tattu have created a series of one off dishes for the occasion, with the intention of symbolising good luck, strength and health.

The excitement will conclude with a Lantern Festival on Saturday 24th February, when all Tattu restaurants will invite Chinese Lion Dancers to close out the two weeks of jubilation. There will be both Lion dancers and DJ’s weaving around the restaurant floor, setting the vibe for an unforgettable evening.

The Herald:

Diners can expect to enjoy a variety of unique dishes on the Á La Carte menu including: the ‘Pecking Duck Money Bag’ with hints of orange and chilli or the ‘Smoked Mushroom Moneybag’.

Guests will also be able to sample an exclusive decadent dessert inspired by the zodiac animal, in honour of the celebrations. The Year Of Dragon will be made with a tasteful cashew butter fudge, honeycomb and marshmallow and will be served in a distinctive, beautifully decorated glass.

The Herald:

Alongside the new menu items, diners will have the chance to try the Dragon's Breath cocktail with Bobby’s Gin, ODD Hibiscus, Lemongrass and Pomegranate, cementing Tattu’s status as the go to destination for theatrical mixology.

The Lunar New Year Offerings will run from 9th February to Saturday 24th February across all Tattu sites, with the Lantern Festival taking place on the 24th February 2024.

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Tattu Edinburgh
18 W Register St, Edinburgh EH2 2AA