Businesses across region win in foodie awards

Cafe/Coffee shop – The Hideout Café

Casual Chef – Yves Ogrodzki – L’Artisan 

Casual Restaurant – Sam’s Montpellier 

Fine Dining Chef – Brett Russell – Tierra & Mar

International Taste – Non-Solo Pasta 

Food and Drink experience – Restaurant GL50 

Fine Dining Restaurant – The Painswick 

Cookery School – Natural Cookery School

Community Food Hero – National Star

Food Hero – Special award – Carl Benton – Inspired Cookbook

Food/Drink Retailer – The Cotswold Vegbox

Farm Shop – Eastington Farm Shop

Made in Glos – Food – Kitchen Garden Foods

Made in Glos Drink – alc – Woodchester Valley Vineyard

Made in Glos Drink – Non-Alc – Eastington Farm Shop 

Mobile Food – Dirty Boys Kitchen

Pub/Bar – The Farmers Boy

Start-up – Grandbar Snacks

Young Chef – Liam Robbins, Speech House Hotel

Jonathan Smith, Founder of the awards said: “Thank you to all the finalists, and congratulations to all the winners – it demonstrates the quality and dedication of what Gloucestershire produces – incredible food, drinks, and innovation all on show.”

“The vibe in the room was great.

“Everyone sits at long tables, chatting, engaging, relaxing, and collaborating on what Gloucestershire does best – great food and drinks.

“We aim to make a difference with the Glos Foodie Awards.”

The 2024 Gloucestershire Foodie awards will open for applications later this year.

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