Bristol Good Food Awards 2013: The Winners

Angela Mount compered the evening...

Angela Mount compered the evening…

 

The winners of the 2013 Bristol Good Food Awards were announced on the evening of Sunday, June 30th at a gala dinner at the Marriott City Centre hotel. Over 400 guests enjoyed a three course meal cooked by City of Bristol College catering students under the direction of Chris Wicks – a great chance for those working in the food and drink industry in Bristol to spend some time together, outside of the kitchen!

Both the producers’ and the restaurant/pub/cafe/deli awards were presented on the night, with the full list of winners below…

 

Best Local Producers

 

Best Local Cheese: Westcombe Dairy

Best Oils & Sauces: Stainswick Farm

Best Local Confectionery: Guilbert’s

Best Local Bakery: Mark’s Bread

Best Local Preserves: Snowdrop Cottage Fine Foods

Best Local Charcuterie: Native Breeds

Best Local Pies: Pieminister

Best Local Cakes: East Bristol Bakery

Best Local Condiments: In A Pickle

Best Local Spirits: Bramley & Gage

Best Local Farm Shop: Manor Farm

Best Local Grower: The Community Farm

Outstanding Contribution To Sustainability: The Better Food Company

 

Restaurant/pub/cafe/deli awards…

 

Best Deli: Arch House Deli

Best Breakfast: Rosemarino

Best Supporter Of Local Produce: The Ethicurean

Best Modern European: Flinty Red

Best Tapas: Bravas

Best Express/Takeaway: Friska

Best Mediterranean: Lido

Best Seafood: RockFish Grill

Best Family Friendly: Giraffe

Best Chain: Côte

Best Vegetarian: Maitreya Social

Best Al Fresco: Lido

Best Burger: The Burger Joint

Best Café Food: Bocabar

Best Indian: Namaskar Lounge

Best Chinese: Wongs

Best Front Of House: Rosemarino

Best Pub Food: The Kensington Arms

Best Sunday Lunch: The Victoria Park

Best Fine Dining Wine List: Second Floor Restaurant at Harvey Nichols

Best Wine List: Riverstation

Best British: The Star & Dove

Best Italian: Rosemarino

Best French: Wilks

Best Asian: Surakhan

Best Newcomer: Bravas

Best Ambassador For Bristol Food: Josh Eggleton, The Pony & Trap/Eat Drink Bristol Fashion

Lifetime Achievement Award: Barny Haughton

Best Chef: Toby Gritten, The Pump House

Best Restaurant: Casamia

 

So there we have it – the Bristol Good Food Awards winners for 2013. A useful list of places to bear in mind when booking a meal out! What are your thoughts? Any surprises in this list?

 

 

 

 

 

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