Independent fine dining restaurant, Land, have been highlighted as one of the best vegetarian and vegan restaurants in the UK by the Michelin Guide.

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Run by co-owners and Head Chefs Adrian Luck and Tony Cridland, Land is a modern, plant- focused, fine dining restaurant based in Birmingham’s Great Western Arcade. ‘Inspired by the land’, the restaurant takes inspiration from around the world, showcasing the very 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 eight courses.

The Michelin guide said “Cauliflower is paired with gochujang, and squash with masala, at this modern vegetarian restaurant with a discernible Asian influence. As you can guess from the name, the produce of the land is at the heart of the menu, with a highly seasonal approach taken to ensure its quality. Grab a seat at the raised rear table to see Head Chefs Adrian and Tony at work, helping those natural ingredients to shine using influences from across the globe. An intimate spot with sleek modern design, Land is nestled within the grand Victorian-era Great Western Arcade in the heart of Birmingham.”

Adrian Luck and Tony Cridland, co-Head chefs of Land said “We are so grateful to have been included in Michelin Guide’s list of best vegetarian and vegan restaurants in the UK. It is an honour to sit alongside some of the top restaurants in the country. Thank you again to the Michelin Guide for our mention and to all our customers for their continuous support.”

You can read the full guide here gastronomy/5-great-vegetarian-vegan-restaurants-in-the-uk

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