Celebrate spooky season with Tattu’s sensory Halloween dining experience

Pumpkin Dumplings and Trick or Treat tipples.

Introducing Skullduggery: the brand new spooktacular luxury dining concept from Leeds’ award-winning contemporary Chinese-fusion restaurant.

Halloween is just around the corner, and if you haven’t found a way to celebrate it yet then we have got just the event for you.

Tattu has unveiled its latest sensory dining experience, and it’s set to be the spookiest one yet.

Inspired by the Tibetan belief that human and ghost worlds overlap, from Friday 27 – Tuesday 31 October 2023, guests can dine on a menu overflowing with culinary and cocktails treats to honour the Halloween spirits.

Pumpkin dumplings from Tattu.
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Known for it’s astonishingly beautiful interior, Tattu will be given a ghoulish makeover with its iconic blossom trees cast in a ghostly green.

Tattu’s executive chefs have cooked up a range of spellbinding dishes fit for any witch or wizard. From Pumpkin Dumplings with shredded duck, hoisin and chilli to the Wilting Blossom Dessert with white chocolate and cherry.

Of course all of these dishes go perfectly with the special Toxic Koi Fish Bowl, a wicked concoction of Prosecco, coconut and cherry.

Other cocktails mixed together in the Tattu cauldron include the Deadly Dismay of Crystal Head and the four Trick or Treat tipples, mystery potions overflowing with dry ice and vibrant colours. You’d be a fool not to try one…if you dare.

Taking place on Saturday 28 October is the unmissable, one-off event ‘Skullduggery’. Here guests can celebrate Halloween in style, with a Skullduggery set menu complete with three waves of Tattu’s acclaimed small plates.

The interior of Tattu in Leeds with green blossom trees.
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Opt for free flowing champagne or be brave and add the Trick or Treat cocktails to the bill. After dark there will be DJ sets and live music to really get the party started.

So what are you waiting for? Raise a glass to the ghosts and the ghouls at Tattu this Halloween, it promises to be spooktacular.

For more information, take a look at Tattu’s website.

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