Birmingham’s Bar Opus has launched a bi-monthly dining tutorial led by its chef Unda Pop, taking guests through the process of composing a stunning centrepiece.
The class centre on the quality of the products that are used – reflecting Bar Opus’s values.
Unda’s Saturday Kitchen, when Unda will show you how to create three perfectly formed dishes.
This hour-long masterclass, which is limited to six people, includes a Bellini and you can also enjoy a 10% discount if booking lunch afterwards.
The classes cost £25 per person and take place every fortnight. The next class takes place on December 23.
Irene Allen, director of Bar Opus, said: “We’ve always prided ourselves on the end product – whether that is a stunning cocktail or a beautiful main course. We know that it’s the quality of the individual ingredients that really count.
“It’s always our first consideration, so it means a burger is never just a burger, our fish and chips are always out of the ordinary, while a steak sandwich is elevated to something really special. It’s about feeding the soul as well as the appetite.
“As an independent restaurant, we go out of our way to source the very best ingredients and whenever we can we look to local producers, farmers and suppliers.
“Supporting independents in the city and surrounding area and playing our part in the drive for sustainability are important to us and it’s what we celebrate every day.”
Bar Opus – locate at 1 Snow Hill Queensway, Birmingham B4 6GH – is also offering bottomless brunches.
Available from 11am-3pm, you can book a two-hour slot and enjoy a bottomless tipple of your choice – from Buck’s Fizz and Bloody Mary to lager and ciders – while enjoying a delicious dish such as eggs Benedict, full English or even veggie chilli.
It is also still serving its popular afternoon tea with premium gin-makers Hendrick’s.
To find out more
To book or to find out more about the masterclasses, bottomless brunch and afternoon tea, visit www.baropus.co.uk or call 0121 289 3939.