Birmingham foodies will be able to taste the wild fruits of the sea and learn more on sustainable fishing at a seafood dinner this month.
As the Midlands’ most sustainable independent restaurant, Opus in Cornwall Street is connecting diners with its key suppliers in a series of Source Dinners.
The latest is a dinner with M&J Seafood on Friday June 17 from 7pm.
There will be a five-course dinner made with M&J’s fresh produce from the coastal waters around Britain.
Diners will also get a masterclass on how to clean, fillet and debone different fish like a pro.
Tickets cost £75 per person.
Meanwhile, the restaurant hosts a Father’s Day meal on Sunday June 19 from 12pm.
Dads will be treated to a three-course lunch cooked by executive chef Ben Ternent and his team.
The menu includes slow-cooked belly of pork stuffed with black pudding and roasted Devon cod with clams and chorizo.
Three courses, including tea or coffee, is £32.50 per person.
Go to www.opusrestaurant.co.uk to find out more.
Sister establishment Cafe Opus at the Ikon gallery in Brindleyplace hosts a Father’s Day lunch on the same day.
Dishes from the modern British menu start at £7.95.
Call 0121 200 2323 to find out more or to book any of these events.