Restaurant awards

Every year we run two award schemes. The first is the Good Food Guide Readers' Restaurant of the Year Award, celebrating great food and good service at restaurants, pubs and cafés throughout the UK.

 

Readers' Restaurant of the Year Awards

Members of the public are invited to nominate their favourite independent dining establishments in their local area by submitting a Good Food Guide postcard or nominating online. The nomination period for the Good Food Guide Readers' Restaurant of the Year 2015 is now closed, look out for the 2016 awards in the new year.

Everyone who nominated a restaurant for the Award, whether by post or online, was entered into a prize draw to win dinner for two - the winner of this years prize was Hazel Harrison.

There are 10 regional award winners who now all feature in The Good Food Guide 2015.  The overall winner of Readers’ Restaurant of the Year Carters of Moseley was announced at The Good Food Guide launch event earlier in the month, you can read about them here.

 

Editors' Awards

We also present a number of Editors' Awards, which are revealed when the Good Food Guide is published each year. These awards are conferred on restaurants and industry professionals who have particularly impressed The Good Food Guide editors in any given year. 

2015 Regional winners announced

Find out who came tops in our Readers' Restaurant of the Year awards

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The UK's Readers' Restaurant of the Year 2015: Carters of Moseley

Carters of Moseley named UK's Readers' Restaurant of the Year by the Good Food Guide

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2015 Editors' Awards

The editors of the Good Food Guide are delighted to confer the following awards on the following restaurants and chefs who have shown excellence in their field.

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Information for Restaurants

Download the postcard artwork for your diners to send in their nominations, and read the Good Food Guide's nomination criteria as well as some restaurant FAQs

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