Due to start trading at the end of the month, Artisan Street Kitchen will feature chefs including Glynn Purnell (Purnell’s), Gareth Ward (Ynyshir) and Aktar Islam (Opheem) for special nights in February and March.
Artisan Street Kitchen will tour Birmingham covering areas including Blackwell, Barston and Bromsgrove but the chef collaborations will see the van park up in Birmingham city centre.
Sheridan’s own a la carte menu includes French onion soup; ham and cheese croquettes; croque monsieur; deep-fried dauphinoise; and French toast with banana and caramel sauce.
All orders are to be made in advance online via the website, where guests will be required to select the location of the pick-up, the collection date and time slot in advance to ‘ensure a controlled and safe collection’.
The menus created with other chefs will be available via a fixed price voucher for three dishes.
The restaurant and menu is themed around the number eight, with each dish paying homage to the number and it chef's ‘culinary journey’ with the two time Great British Menu contestant describing the menu and concept as his ‘whole career in eight courses’.
Sheridan also head up the kitchen at Craft Dining Rooms, also in Birmingham, as executive chef.
Prior to taking the reins at Craft Dining Rooms Sheridan was head chef The Stargazy Inn in Port Isaac, Cornwall.
Sheridan is best known for his stint as executive chef at Sosban in Llanelli, Wales, which was named The Good Food Guide Readers’ Restaurant of the Year for Wales in 2013.