Award-winning Chinese restaurant coming to St Andrew Square

Published: 30 May 2018

Tattu agrees 20-year lease with Chris Stewart Group for 4,680 sq ft of space in The Mint Building, which makes up half of The Registers.

An award-winning Chinese restaurant chain is to unveil its first Scottish eatery at a £85 million Edinburgh regeneration project being developed by Chris Stewart Group.

Location is key for us...Edinburgh is a fascinating city steeped in heritage and culture with a thriving dining scene...

Adam Jones, Managing Director, Tattu Restaurants


Tattu agreed a 20-year lease with the property investor, developer and operator for 4,680 sq ft of space across the ground and basement levels of The Mint Building.

The Mint Building makes up one half of The Registers, a mixed-use development on the south-east corner of St Andrew Square due to be completed next year.

Tattu, which also has restaurants in Manchester and Leeds and has another in the pipeline in Birmingham, plans to open in Edinburgh in late spring 2019.

Stephen Denham, for CSG, said: “We are delighted to have attracted the restaurant to The Registers. It's a great fit for the style and quality we want to achieve for the development...”

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