The Globe dishes up a taste of Shakespearian England
Over in Warwick, The Globe is marking the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death by dishing up a taste of Shakespearian England. Head Chef Phill Allott and Bar Manager Chris Hawkes have collaborated with leading chef and food historian Alan Deegan, to create two gourmet dinners on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th April.
Phil has created dishes including Roast Barbary duck with lime and champagne syllabub, pan fried cod with horseradish sauce and foraged field mushrooms, rocket and candied lemon.
Veggie-licious new café
Bang up to date is the new opening of Fusca, a vegetarian and vegan restaurant from the founder of Fresh Rootz street food. Located at 5-6 The Knibbs, Smith Street, this cosy little nook is only open during the day at the moment. The menu is already bursting with veggie goodness with tasty dishes such as Vietnamese veg parcels with a fresh lime green salad and Iightly spiced lentil and asparagus cake with maple roasted root vegetables and Rosemary flower gravy on the menu.
Wine-down in Warwick with new classes
Birmingham Wine School has added a new venue for the classes and is reaching over to Warwick. From July they will host classes at the Warwick Arms Hotel, starting with an Introduction to Wine on 8 July. If you know what you like but want to understand why – then this evening is for you. Guests will taste six wines from around the world, and provide many pointers that will enhance wine appreciation. Wines served with biscuits, bread and cheeses from 7 – 9pm £25 (only eight places remaining).