Six restaurants in Bristol have made the final shortlist of Deliveroo’s annual food awards.
The shortlist of restaurants in with a chance of victory was chosen after the first round of public voting which saw over 100,00 people across the UK cast their vote, resulting in more than 400 hopefuls being reduced to just over 100 finalists.
The six Bristol restaurants will go up against others from across the UK in the Best Pizza, Best Cheap Eats, Best Chinese, Best Breakfast, Best Vegan and Restaurant of The Year categories.
Deliveroo’s Restaurant Awards will celebrate the best cuisine British restaurants have to offer, bringing together a host of culinary talent from across the country.
The public have until Wednesday, November 4 to cast their vote and give their favourite local restaurant the best chance of success, with the winners announced at Deliveroo’s virtual awards ceremony on December 7.
Last year Bristol-based Oowee Vegan bagged the coveted Restaurant of the Year award, beating tens of thousands of restaurants and takeaways.
The vegan diner has since expanded into two sites in London and launched its first site in Brighton through Deliveroo’s delivery-only Editions kitchens.
This year the restaurant has been voted again for two categories – Best Vegan and Best Editions.
The event will be hosted by a panel featuring TV presenter and DJ Maya Jama, broadcaster and DJ Vogue Williams and reigning Celebrity Masterchef champ Riyadh Khalaf, who will join Deliveroo CEO Will Shu to decide who out of the final six nominated restaurants will win Restaurant of the Year.
Bristol finalists in Deliveroo Restaurant Awards
Best Pizza: Pizzarova, Gloucester Road
Best Breakfast: Boston Tea Party, Park Street
Best Vegan and Best Editions: Oowee Vegan, Baldwin Street
Best Cheap Eats: Taka Taka, Rupert Street
Best Chinese: Woky Ko, Queens Road
Restaurant of the Year: The Athenian, Cargo
For more information and to cast your vote, visit Deliveroo’s Restaurant Awards website.