Plant-focused fine dining restaurant in Birmingham City Centre makes it into Michelin Guide

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The Birmingham plant-based restaurant’s menus are developed seasonally in order to highlight the best quality ingredients on offer at the time

A plant-focused independent fine dining restaurant in Birmingham City Centre is the latest local venue to be included in the Michelin Guide.

Located in the Great Western Arcade, Land, opened in 2019. Run by co-owner and Head Chef Adrian Luck - who is self-taught - and Tony Cridland, Land is a modern, plant-focused, fine dining restaurant.

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The chefs take inspiration from around the world to showcase the best seasonal produce in their dishes. Land’s menus are developed seasonally in order to highlight the best quality ingredients on offer at the time, with tasting menu options of either five or six courses. The current menu includes socca, celeriac, kohlrabi and more.

The Michelin Guide describes it as “an intimate restaurant set in the Great Western Arcade in the heart of the city”. They recommend visitors “ask for a seat at the raised rear table overlooking the open kitchen to watch the chefs at work” and note that “the seasonally evolving set menu offers modern vegetarian dishes with Asian influences and a creative edge, with wine flights also available”.

Adrian Luck and Tony Cridland, co-Head Chefs of Land, said: “We are so grateful to have been recognised by the Michelin Guide this year. It is an honour to be mentioned amongst some of the top restaurants in the country and we would like to say a huge thank you to both the Guide and to our customers for their support. This will certainly put a spring in our step for 2023.”

A five course tasting menu costs £38 while an eight course menu starts from £45.

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You can make your reservation on Land’s website. The restaurant joins 19 other eateries from Birmingham and surrounding areas on the Michelin guide. New additions to the guide are made last Wednesday of every month and the additions are marked with “New” written on them.

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