This is Tatyan Cheungs second restaurant, the first being in the Roman town of Cirencester in Gloucestershire, established for over 10 years now. The new restaurant is situated within the original city wall, just through St. Johns Arch and opposite the magnificent Edward Everard building. The restaurant used to be Hunts and the décor has remained in fine French dining style.
Tatyans in Cirencester is renowned for its quality of food and consistency of service. It also boasts a list of fine wines from the classic regions of France (Tatyan travels there frequently to sought) and an European ambience courtesy of the Osborne and Little collection.
And now Tatyan has brought all this to Bristol. The menu is selective, with the emphasis on freshness and healthy ingredients. The cooking - authentic Chinese encompasses dishes from Peking, Szechuan and Canton. Service is friendly and attentive, and to suit the occasion, be it a light pre-theatre dinner or an evening banquet, while the wine list incorporates some of the best growers in Burgundy, well known producers from the Loire and a host of petits chateaux producing outstanding wines from Bordeaux.
So if youre after authentic Chinese food, fine French wines and attentive service in a pleasant surroundings, Tatyans is the place.