Black & Green Are New Addition To The Michelin Guide

Opening just 12 weeks ago, the fine dining neighbourhood restaurant in Barn Green, Worcestershire have made the Michelin Guide.

Black & Green is from the team behind Craft, 8 and About Dining which only seats 16 people.

The main man behind the strove at this buzzy, friendly spot, is Andrew Sheridan of Birmingham’s ‘About 8’. Black & Green is like a neighbourhood version of the Craft restaurant at the ICC. Luxury ingredients are included on the imaginative set menu.

The new venture has put a spring into the step of About Dining’s portfolio of restaurants. Black symbolises classical and Green sustainability. The food and drink focuses on a modern interpretation of classical European flavours. Dishes on the weekly menu include A5 Waygu, Short Rib & Cep paired with Bolney Dark Harvest and Sea Trout, Smoked Caviar & Buttermilk paired with Ortega.

You can check out the menu here.

“A bijou neighbourhood restaurant”

The MICHELIN Guide’s inspector called the restaurant “A bijou neighbourhood restaurant with stools set at tall tables and a black and green colour scheme. The short, sensibly priced tasting menu moves with the seasons, using prime ingredients to deliver layers of texture and flavour in imaginative dishes. All guests are served at the same time and most go for the wine pairings. Add in the cheese course for a satisfying meal.”

For November, The Michelin Inspectors’ Favourite New Restaurants shared fifteen new additions to the Guide, ahead of the annual launch ceremony when the Michelin Stars, Bib Gourmands and Green Stars will be unveiled.

Black & Green, 49 Hewel Road, Barnt Green, B45 8NL. Make your booking:

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