During the last few years I’ve visited Opus Restaurant numerous times and have always been impressed by their passion and belief in the locally sourced produce they obtain from the area surrounding the restaurant. The Source Dinner series held over the course of the year highlights this. In particular for Vegetarians the Vegetarian Source Dinner in July is a real highlight and a must do on my foodie calendar.
Worcester Produce from Pershore, Worcestershire provide the vegetables, fruit and produce for that dinner and the link is now deepened with the new introduction this month of a seasonally changing Vegetarian menu which uses their produce all year round.
Opus’ vegetarian dishes have always been stunningly made, taking seasonal produce and making accessible and tasty dishes that showcase this ethos off to its maximum.
See below for examples from their last Source vegetarian dinner.
The new Opus Restaurant vegetarian menu replaces for veggies the A La Carte menu, by offering a dedicated menu that changes monthly to reflect the produce on offer from the farmers.
There is also a Vegan option on each course.
It is available for lunch and dinner.
The A’La Carte is still available for non vegetarians who can now choose from both menus.
The winter Vegetarian Menu is listed below.
For the A’La Carte menu and Market Menu which is retained see below:
The Market Menu is also available offering two courses for £20 including a Vegetarian Starter and Main Course (price includes home baked bread and tea or filter- coffee) see above link for details.
I’m looking forward to trying the new Vegetarian menu soon and for me this cements Opus as one of the best places for vegetarians to visit in Birmingham.
Review of Vegetarian Source Dinner with Worcester Produce:
Opus leads the way on sustainability:
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Opus Restaurant, 54 Cornwall Street, Birmingham, B3 2DE.
The next vegetarian source dinner with Worcester Produce is on Friday 19th August 7pm costing £65 for five courses.