Craft Dining Rooms, situated in the Birmingham International Convention Centre, has launched a new Dine At Home offering for the summer, created by Chef Andrew Sheridan.

Sherdian, who rose to fame on the BBC's Great British Menu, has created a menu that's 'big on creativity and bold in flavour'. Dishes featured so far include: ox cheek pie with vegetable crumble, and sticky toffee tart with banana caramel.

The menu changes weekly and orders for the weekend in question must be placed before 5pm on the Wednesday.

A selection of beers, wines & spirits is also available to purchase. Collection is available and delivery within a five-mile radius.

For more information and to order, visit: weare-craft.co.uk

Craft is planning to reopen the restaurant for al fresco dining in July. Diners can enjoy a set menu, afternoon tea with Champagne or a cocktail (£30), or the cheese & charcuterie board with a bottle of wine.

Commenting, Group Chief Executive Officer Sam Morgan said: “We’ve spent many, many weeks reviewing our procedures to ensure that it’s safe to open in July, and I'm confident we can do that. Tables will be spaced two metres apart, hand sanitisers will be readily available and capacity levels will be monitored by staff to ensure there's no over-crowding. Of course there will be contactless payments, and food will be served with single-use items that can be disposed of. For added reassurance, we have also introduced state-of-the-art technology to discretely monitor people's temperatures.”

Guests will be able to book the garden pods and tables on the outside terrace area. Head to the website to make a booking from 11 July onwards: weare-craft.co.uk