Chef Patron Richard Turner, of his eponymous Michelin Starred restaurant, Harborne Birmingham, has today announced that he is going to return to his roots, focusing on accessible cooking for his loyal customers.
Turners restaurant is a small 26 cover restaurant , one of the smallest restaurants of its level in the Uk, that has held a Michelin Star since 2009. “Many of our customers travel from right across the UK and we receive a huge amount of positive feedback directly and in the media, all being very supportive. My passion from over 30 years of cooking remains sourcing quality seasonal ingredients and creating balanced simpler dishes,
Continuing “My customers increasing tell me they want to dine with us more often and in a more relaxed atmosphere. The trend towards tasting menus and the formal service inhibit such. So, I have decided to create a more relaxed experience for my customers, dropping Tasting Menus, with a simplified a la carte menu, which will maintain the focus on quality just on a more accessible basis.”
“We will be opening for more hours, serving the best ingredients available, at accessible prices.” Continuing “Customers just want great food, value and a friendly welcoming service, it’s a simple as that. I love cooking and look forward to the renaissance of my restaurant following our annual closure in august .”
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