2015 Bristol Good Food Awards winners announced

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After thousands of public votes and several weeks of judging, the results of the 2015 Bristol Good Food Awards were announced at an £85 per head gala dinner at Bristol Grammar School on the evening of Sunday, June 21st.

Guests – food and drink businesses from across the Bristol area – were served a sharing menu created by Freddy Bird and students from the City of Bristol College, which included mains of roast Welsh saltmarsh lamb with harissa and almond and a nut pilaf, as well as cinnamon-rubbed Norfolk quail with aubergine and peppers.

The presentation of the awards saw Casamia crowned as Best Restaurant once again, while Toby Gritten of The Pump House was named Best Chef, and No Man’s Grace on Chandos Road Best Newcomer.

The full results of the awards, organised by Guide2Bristol, read as follows.

Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs and Delis Awards 2015 (Sponsored by Arthur David, and supported by Wine and Spirit Education Trust)


Best Restaurant (Sponsored by Arthur David)



Best Chef (Sponsored by Workbrands)

The Pump House – Toby Gritten


Best Newcomer (Sponsored by Sanderson Weatherall)

No Man’s Grace


Best Fine Dining Wine List

Harvey Nichols Second Floor Restaurant


Best Wine List (Sponsored by Wine & Spirit Education Trust)

The Library


Best British (Sponsored by John Sheppard)

The Pump House


Best Italian



Best French

Wilks Restaurant


Best Asian

Sticks and Broth


Best Indian

Tikka Flame


Best Pizza

Flour & Ash


Best Front of House (Sponsored by Wine & Spirit Education Trust)

The Swan at Nibley


Best Vegetarian

Café Kino


Best Gluten Free

The Canteen


Best Alfresco



Best Burger



Best Cafe Food (Sponsored by Insight Retail Consulting)

Brew Coffee Company


Best Breakfast

Bakers & Co


Best Supporter of Local Produce (Sponsored by Arthur David)

The Canteen


Best Modern European



Best Tapas



Best Express/Takeaway

Bagel Boy


Best Mediterranean (Sponsored by Enotria)

Souk Kitchen North St


Best Family Friendly (Sponsored by Cabot Circus)

Windmill Hill City Farm


Best Chain (Sponsored by EasyPreOrders)



Best Deli

Divino Deli


Best Seafood

Wallfish Bistro


Best Pub Food (Sponsored by Pyramid Catering Equipment)

The Gloucester Old Spot


Best Sunday Lunch

The Rummer


Best Steak (Sponsored by John Sheppard)

The Ox


Best Fish and Chips

Argus Fish Bar


Outstanding Contribution to Sustainability (Sponsored by Deliveroo)

Boston Tea Party


Best Ambassador for Bristol Food (Sponsored by Wogan Coffee)

Josh Eggleton – The Pony & Trap / Eat Drink Bristol Fashion


Bristol Good Food Awards Local Producers (Sponsored by Almondsbury Garden Centre, supported by Pam Lloyd Food Marketing and PR)


Best Local Cheese



Best Local Charcuterie

Capreolus Fine Foods


Best Local Pies



Best Local Condiment

In A Pickle


Best Local Preserve

Heavenly Hedgerows


Best Local Oils and Sauces

Bath Harvest


Best Local Bakery

Marks Bread


Best Local Cakes

East Bristol Bakery


Best Local Confectionery

Zara’s Chocolates


Best Local Non-Alcoholic Drink

Lovely Drinks


Best Local Cider

Worley’s Cider


Best Local Beer

Wiper and True


Best Local Wine

Dunleavy Vineyards


Best Local Spirit

Bramley and Gage


Best Local Grower

The Severn Project


Best Local Meat

Stream Farm


Best Local Butcher

Rare Meat Butchers of Southville


Best Local Farm Shop

Lye Cross Farm

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