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Tattu announces expansion into London

Rupert Bentley-Smith


Independent restaurant group Tattu has confirmed its expansion into London and will open its fifth site at Outernet’s The Now Building located in the heart of the city on Denmark Street this winter.

Established in 2015, the group opened its first restaurant in Manchester’s Spinningfields district, followed by sites in Leeds, Birmingham and Edinburgh, offering contemporary cuisine inspired by traditional Chinese flavours and ingredients, curated by executive chef Andrew Lassetter.

Work has now commenced on Tattu London’s landmark 220-cover site, which will offer guests an elevated dining experience with panoramic views of the capital from its position on The Now Building’s spectacular rooftop and terrace.

Joyce Wang and her award-winning international luxury interior design practice, Joyce Wang Studio, based in London and Hong Kong, has developed the design concept for the restaurant which will be an evolution of the brand’s unique ethos, fusing beautiful, meaningful design with sensory exploration.

The Now Building will feature a first of its kind public atrium containing an immense four-storey high digital canvas. Bruce Gillingham Pollard represented both parties in securing a deal that demonstrates great confidence in the bounce back of hospitality in central London.

Richard Metcalfe, Group COO of Outernet Global, said: “The vision for Outernet is to boldly embrace the creative expression of Denmark Street and its rich history of culture, art and music. We wanted to provide a platform to celebrate leading independent brands that share that sense of expression and individuality. Tattu encapsulates this completely.

“The restaurant group brings a unique approach to dining, offering guests an impeccable interpretation of the art of hospitality. It’s built an impressive reputation in the UK for consistently pushing both culinary and design boundaries and we cannot wait to welcome Tattu to Outernet London.”

Please speak to Rupert Bentley-Smith for all Outernet enquiries and Thea Rowe for all Tattu enquiries.

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