Fine dining restaurant and local street food vendor will host a one-off evening on 14 March featuring six collaborative courses
On Tuesday 14 March, Birmingham-based plant based restaurant Land and local Texan street food vendor Andy Low ’N’ Slow will collaborate to create a special 6-course menu, taking place at Land’s premises.
The menu will offer six courses for £60, which will be a partnering of both cuisines but staying true to Land’s plant-based ethos.
Located in Birmingham’s Great Western Arcade, Land describes itself as a modern, plant-focused, casual dining restaurant. Combining vegan recipes with fresh, seasonal ingredients with a fine dining polish, the restaurant received a glowing review in 2020 from Jay Rayner. Land’s menu uses only the freshest seasonal ingredients, with dishes inspired by flavours from around the globe.
Born in 2013 out of a passion for live-fire cooking and showcasing local suppliers, Low ’N’ Slow has been prominent figure at both Digbeth Dining Club, Hockey Social Club plus events and festivals across the UK. Andy’s dishes specialise in traditional Texas BBQ and modern Mexican cuisine.
“I am really excited to announce that Low ’N’ Slow will be collaborating with Land for one night only! The independent scene in Birmingham is continuing to thrive and I’m looking forward to applying my traditional Texan cooking techniques to a range of plant-based produce.”
Andy Stubbs, chef-owner of Andy Low ’N’ Slow
The Land and Andy Low ’N’ Slow menu is priced at £60 per person and will take place on Tuesday 14 March.
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