Restaurant uses Scottish beef from Simon Howie
Scottish butcher Simon Howie’s specialist cut of beef shin tower will feature on the menu for Glasgow restaurant Ubiquitous Chip’s world first Ingr3dients, a unique sensory experience combining food and ground-breaking digital art.
The evening will combine a four course special menu of finest Scottish produce created by chef Colin Clydesdale, with a remarkable event using interactive technology, 3D animations and projections, including a 3D Highland cow.
Simon Howie said: “All our beef is produced in Scotland from specialist beef herds which are grass fed in summer and wintered on natural feeds. Shin might be one of the less familiar cuts of meat on the animal but, properly prepared, it is transformed into a delicious dish with a special texture and flavour all its own.
“Created by craft butchers with traditional skills, I’m delighted that our beef shin tower will add to the sense of occasion in what looks set to be an extra-special event.”
Ingr3dients, devised by Carol Wright, Neil Butler, Alasdair Gray and Debs Norton, runs at Ubiquitous Chip from Monday – Thursday from 7th – 31st March.