Michelin star restaurant set to relocate for summer

Carters of Moseley will be moving to Evesham this summer, to one of its key suppliers.

Chef-owner of the Michelin Starred restaurant Brad Carter will be relocating the team to one of Westlands UK’s glasshouses, and will be surrounded by the produce that the Carters team use daily.

Guests will be able to enjoy a unique 9 servings inspired by the area’s natural bounty and Carter’s ‘ultra-British seasonality’. The move also supports Carters’ sustainable ambitions with the menu containing 75% of produce grown in and around the dining space.

Carter said: “For us, it’s a chance to be creative, think outside the box and take our plates to source – the menu here is complete sustainability – inspired by the herbs, flowers and plants of Westlands UK – in our usual style of complete circle, recycled cooking we will use whole shellfish, whole animals and seasonal fruits to create one off unique dishes for our time in the glasshouse.

“Think of the warmth in the tomatoes plucked from the vines and the intoxicating smell in the greenhouse they produce. Expect edible flowers, herbs and plants picked and harvested by hand within minutes of eating them, experiencing the optimum texture, flavour and peak freshness of the products in the environment they grow”.

As a family-owned, multi-generational business headed up by Managing Director Martin Boers, Westlands UK operate as a team, with a thoughtful approach at every step of the growing process.

Will Boers who heads up the family-owner, multi-generational Westlands UK, said: “We’re so proud to welcome the highly-regarded Carters of Moseley on-site here at Westlands UK. Brad and I have worked closely together for a number of years and feel this collaboration is an epic match; combining sustainably-grown produce with talented chefs in an inspiring setting can only result in amazing, innovative dishes.”

Carters will be based at Westlands UK from July 19 to September and has been designed by 2G Design and Build.

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