Yorkshire Life Food & Drink Awards 2013 - Winners revealed
PUBLISHED: 19:11 07 October 2013 | UPDATED: 23:37 07 March 2014
We celebrate the crème de le crème of Yorkshire with our Food & Drink Awards 2013
NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE BLACK SWAN
For the business thats made a real statement in its first two years of trading, bringing something new, exciting and different to the industry table.
Eat Me Cafe, Scarborough
NEIGHBOURHOOD RESTAURANT OF THE YEAR IN ASSOCIATION WITH KILNSEY PARK
For that familiar place, friendly rather than fancy, offering good food at a good price with a passion for local produce and people.
SMALL BUT SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION OF THE YEAR IN ASSOCIATION WITH HOLME FARM
Were famous for our warm Yorkshire welcome, but this business goes that extra mile, providing exceptional touches that make your stay that little bit special.
Yorebridge House, Askrigg
PUB OF THE YEAR IN ASSOCIATION WITH HILLS FINE FOOD
A good pub is so much more than its bar and beer; this is for the hostelry that offers innovative food, first-class facilities and friendship by the barrel.
Friends of Ham, Leeds
LOCAL PRODUCER OF THE YEAR IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE FEVERSHAM ARMS
For the producer who celebrates Yorkshires finest foods and the people that work so hard to make them, pioneering innovation while keeping ancient skills, family recipes and artisan techniques alive.
B Tomlinson & Son, Pudsey
FOOD DESTINATION OF THE YEAR IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE MAIN FURNITURE COMPANY
For an institution in its own right, offering more than just good food and drink but a place to shop, let off steam and socialise.
DINING PUB OF THE YEAR IN ASSOCIATION WITH MOET AND CHANDON
For a ground-breaking inn pushing the boundaries of pub food with sensational seasonal menus and well kept ales, bringing the best of fine dining into the friendly and informal pub environment.
Reliance, North Street, Leeds
HOTEL OF THE YEAR IN ASSOCIATION WITH TOTAL FOODS
Theres no room for improvement here, with a classy winner bringing fantastic food, luxurious rooms and exceptional service to Yorkshires hotel scene.
Cedar Court Grand Hotel, York
RESTAURANT OF THE YEAR IN ASSOCIATION WITH SYKES HOUSE FARM
Setting the trends rather than following them, this restaurant offers seriously good cooking in stunning surroundings, making it a permanent fixture on diners must-visit lists.
The Design House, Halifax
EDUCATION AWARD IN ASSOCIATION WITH HARVEY NICHOLS
Matthew Benson Smith, director of The Cooking School at Dean Clough
CHEF OF THE YEAR AWARD IN ASSOCIATION WITH CNG
Minal and Kaushy Patel from Prashad
SPECIAL AWARD IN ASSOCIATION WITH HALLGARTEN DRUIT
The Provenance Inn team: Michael Ibbotson and Chris Blundell
Special thanks go to all our sponsors and suppliers who continue to support the Yorkshire Life Food & Drink Awards and our determination to champion the culinary talent and the fine hospitality there is throughout the county.
Full coverage in our November issue - on sale 17th October