Bristol Good Food Awards 2012: restaurants, delis & cafes shortlist announced

 

Well done Guide2Bristol on painstakingly counting over 8,000 votes for the upcoming restaurant, deli and cafe categories of the 2012 Bristol Good Food Awards! According to the team, nearly 300 businesses were nominated in total, and these have now been whittled down to 93 in 24 different categories.

Throughout May and June, independent judging of each category will take place, to determine the overall winners. The judging panel consists of Head Judge Angela Mount and her team of Xanthe Clay (Telegraph), Fiona Beckett (Guardian), Mark Taylor (Evening Post), Nick Gregory (Flavour), Thane Prince (Good Food Channel), Barbora Stiess (Devilled Egg Kitchen Academy), Emily Knight (Bristol Bites), Lorna Knapman (Love Food Festival), Dan Vaux Nobes (Essex Eating) and Gemma Screen and Becci Sargent (Bristol Foodie).

The shortlisted businesses in each of the categories are as follows:

 

Best Restaurant

The Pony & Trap

Casamia

The Muset by Ronnie

The Pump House

Souk Kitchen

Lido

Prego

Flinty Red

Goldbrick House

The Second Floor Restaurant, Harvey Nichols

 

 

Best Family Friendly

Za Za Bazaar

The Swan Hotel

Pizza Express

Wagamama

The Lounges

 

 

Best Seafood

Fishers Restaurant

The Rockfish Grill

Noa Japanese

The Olive Shed

Loch Fyne Bristol

 
 

Best British

The Cowshed

The Clifton Sausage

The TownHouse

The Albion Public House & Dining Rooms

The Square Kitchen

 
 

Best French

Brasserie Blanc

Cote Restaurant

Bell’s Diner

Glassboat Restaurant

Hotel du Vin

 
 

Best Asian

Noa Japanese

Surakhan

Simply Thai

Water Sky

Teohs

 
 

Best Chinese

Water Sky

Dynasty

Mayflower

Zen

Wongs Chinese Restaurant

 
 

Best Indian

Brunel Raj

4500 Miles from Delhi

Rajpoot Restaurant

Raj Bari

Kohi-Noor

 
 

Best Italian

Rosemarino

Prego Italian Bar & Kitchen

San Carlo

Piccolino Italiano

Marco’s Olive Branch

 
 

Best Vegetarian

Maitreya Social

The Thali Cafe

Falafel King

Biblos

Poco

 
 

Best Pub Food

The Ship Inn Alveston

The Kensington Arms

Robin Hood’s Retreat

The Lazy Dog

The Victoria Park

 
 

Best Sunday Lunch

The Ship Inn Alveston

The Cowshed

The Albion Public House & Dining Rooms

The TownHouse

The Pump House

 
 

Best Chef

Josh Eggleton (The Pony & Trap)

Matthew Pennington (The Ethicurean)

George Kostka (Ronnies)

Chris Wicks (Bell’s Diner / Berwick Lodge)

Marcus Lang (Hotel du Vin)

Freddy Bird (Lido)

Peter & Jonray Sanchez-Iglesias (Casamia)

Louise McCrimmon (Harvey Nichols)

Ronnie Faulkner (The Muset by Ronnie)

Kai Taylor (The River Grill)

 
 

Best Chain

Cafe Rouge

Bella Italia

The Lounges

Bottelinos

Cote Restaurant

 
 

Best Wine List

Jacks Bar & Brasserie

Bordeaux Quay

Piccolino Italiano

The Clifton Sausage

The Kensington Arms

 
 

Best Fine Dining Wine List

Muset by Ronnie

Hotel du Vin

Flinty Red

Berwick Lodge

The Second Floor Restaurant, Harvey Nichols

 
 

Best Buffet

Za Za Bazaar

Cosmo

Shanghai Nights

4500 Miles from Delhi

Flavourz
 
 

Best Burger

The Burger Joint

The Urban Wood

The Lounges

Warren’s Gourmet Burger Company

The Kings Arms

 
 

Best Cafe Food

A Cappella

Tart

The Pear Cafe

Primrose Cafe & Bistro

Papadeli

 
 

Best Deli

Chandos Deli

Papadeli

Arch House Deli

Southville Deli

The Mall Deli

 

 

Best Breakfast

Rosemarino

Lido

A Cappella

The Lounges

Lockside

 
 

Best Alfresco Dining

Spyglass

The Botanist Bristol

Bordeaux Quay

Riverstation

The Olive Shed

 
 

Best Newcomer

Za Za Bazaar

The Old Bookshop

The Gallimaufry

Harvey’s Cellars

The TownHouse

 
 

Best Supporter of Local Produce

The Ethicurean

Lido

Bordeaux Quay

The Cowshed

The Better Food Company

 
 

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