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The winners of the National Restaurant Awards, announced at a ceremony at the Hurlingham Club on Monday evening, are chosen by the UK’s top chefs, restaurateurs and food writers. Organized by Big Hospitality (an online news publication for the hospitality industry) with Estrella Damm as main sponsor, 200 industry experts vote for their best dining experiences over the past 18 months across the British Isles, taking into account not only the food, but also the staff, atmosphere, music, design and price.

This year, for the first time, the public was also asked to vote for their favorite restaurant in the UK. The resulting first Food Lovers Award went to another Welsh restaurant, Beach House in Oxwich, where chef Hywel Griffith offers Michelin-starred casual dining overlooking the sands of Oxwich Bay on the Gower Peninsula .

The full list

Estrella Damm National Restaurant of the Year: Ynyshir
Best restaurant in England: Moor Hall
Best restaurant in Northern Ireland: Ox, Belfast
Best restaurant in Wales: Ynyshir
Best restaurant in Scotland: Inver, Argyll & Bute
Chef of the year, sponsored by Ritter Courivaud: Simon Rogan, Umbel Restaurant Group
Restaurateur of the Year, sponsored by Entegra: Dan and Natasha Smith, The Fordwich Arms and The Bridge Arms
Chef to Watch, sponsored by Belazu Ingredient Co.: Spencer Metzger
Opening of the year, sponsored by OpenTable: BiBi
One to Watch, sponsored by Woods Foodservice: Lisboeta
The Sustainability Award, sponsored by Estrella Damm: Where The Light Gets In, Stockport
Gastro Pub of the Year, sponsored by Estrella Damm: The Angel at Hetton, Yorkshire
The Service Award, sponsored by Liberty Wines and Rathfinny Wine Estate: The Ritz
Wine list of the year, sponsored by Bibendum Wine: Noble Rot Soho
List of cocktails of the year, sponsored by Tito’s Handmade Vodka: KOL
Food Lover Awards: The Beach House Restaurant, Oxwich
Lifetime Achievement Award: Ruth Rogers, The River Café

Britain’s 100 best restaurants, according to the Estrella Damm National Restaurant Awards (in descending order)

100. Endo at the Rotunda, White City, London
99. Lady Pic, London
98. Benares, Aldgate, London
97. The Palmerston, Edinburgh
96. Northcote, Langho, Lancashire
95. Muse, Belgravia, London
94. The Blind Pig, York
93. Chishuru, Brixton, London
92. Aizle, Edinburgh, Scotland
91. Tallow, Southborough, Kent
90. The Little Map Room, Edinburgh
89. Sargassum, Margate, Kent
88. Opheem, Birmingham
87. The Old Stamp House, Ambleside, Cumbria
86. Trivet, London Bridge, London
85. Beef, Belfast
84. Undine, Edinburgh
83. Orasay, Notting Hill, London
82. Hide, Mayfair, London
81. Cottage in the Wood, Malvern, Worcestershire
80. Moseley Carters, Birmingham
79. Paul Ainsworth At No 6, Padstow, Cornwall
78.Mana, Manchester
77. Joro, Sheffield
76. Decimo, King’s Cross, London
75. Cafe Deco, Bloomsbury, London
74. Rochelle Canteen, Shoreditch, London
73. The Quality Chop House, Clerkenwell, London
72. Raby Hunt, Darlington, County Durham
71. Gymkhana, Mayfair, London
70. Alchemilla, Nottingham
69. Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill, Mayfair, London
68. The Dorchester Grill, Mayfair, London
67. Bridge Arms, Canterbury, Kent
66. Summer House, Cambridge
65. Osip, Bruton, Somerset
64. Kudu, Peckham, London
63. Hélène Darroze at the Connaught, Mayfair, London
62. Frenchie, Covent Garden, London
61. The Man Behind the Curtain, Leeds
60. Trattoria Brutto, Farringdon, London
59.SOLA, Soho, London
58. Etch, Hove, East Sussex
57. Elystan Street, South Kensington, London
56. The Seahorse, Dartmouth, Devon
55. The Clove Club, Shoreditch, London
54. Erst, Manchester
53. Allegra, Stratford, London
52. Hjem, Hexham, Northumberland
51. Evelyn’s Table, Soho, London
50. Originally from Browns, Mayfair, London
49. Francois House, St James’s, London
48. Pine, East Wallhouses, Northumberland
47. The Sportsman, Seasalter, Kent
46. ​​Silo, Hackney Wick, London
45. Pollen Street Social, Mayfair, London
44. Parker’s Arm, Clitheroe, Lancashire
43. Frog by Adam Handling, Covent Garden, London
42. The Guinea Grill, Mayfair, London
41. Bright, London Fields, London
40. The French House, Covent Garden, London
39. Sat Baths Restaurant, Nottingham
38. 40 Maltby Street, Bermondsey, London
37. Gordon Ramsay Restaurant, Chelsea, London
36. Stash, Haggerston, London
35. Mangal 2, Dalston, London
34. Restaurant Story, London Bridge, London
33. Bruce’s, Clapham, London
32. The Black Swan in Oldstead, North Yorkshire
31. St. John’s, Farringdon, London
30. Sessions Arts Club, Farringdon, London
29. Claude Bosi in Bibendum, Chelsea, London
28. Kitchen table, Fitzrovia, London
27. Tony Parkin at the Tudor Hall, Egham, Surrey
26. The River Cafe, Hammersmith, London
25. Trinity, Clapham, London
24. Lyle’s, Shoreditch, London
23. Inver, Strathlachlan, Argyll & Bute
22. Brawn, Columbia Road, London
21. Noble Rot Soho, London
20. KOL, Marylebone, London
19. Oven, Soho, London
18. Da Terra, Bethnal Green, London
17. Fordwich Arms, Fordwich, Kent
16. Perilla, Newington Green, London
15. Sabor, Mayfair, London
14. Tide House, Newcastle
13. Fallow, St James’s, London
12. The Angel in Hetton, North Yorkshire
11. Manteca, Shoreditch, London
10. The Anvil, Cartmel, Cumbria
9. Ikoyi, St. James’s, London
8. Core by Clare Smyth, Notting Hill, London
7. A Wong, Pimlico, London
6. The Ledbury, Notting Hill, London
5. BiBi, Mayfair, London
4. The Ritz, St. James’s, London
3. Brat, Shoreditch, London
2. Moor Hall, Aughton, Lancashire
1. Ynyshir, Porth, Wales

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