Winners are revealed for the 6th Food Awards Scotland 2019

The 6th Food Awards Scotland 2019 awarded top suppliers, servers and manufacturers across Scotland’s hospitality industry. The event took place at the Glasgow Marriott Hotel on Monday 26th August.

The awards celebrated top entrepreneurs who run some of the best restaurants, takeaways, pubs, hotel restaurants, cafes and bistros creating thousands of jobs and driving Scotland’s economy.

The awards included a wide range of accolades from Restaurant of the Year and Chef of the Year to Cooking School of the Year among others.

Creative Oceanic has hosted award ceremonies for nearly a decade in cities across the world. These include Belfast, Dublin, Toronto, London, Glasgow, Cardiff, Manchester Leicester, Birmingham and is soon launching in New York. Creative Oceanic has delivered Food Awards for 6 years in Belfast, London, Glasgow, Cardiff and Manchester.

CEO Irfan Younis said: “Congratulations to all winners and finalists at the 6th Food Awards Scotland 2019. We welcomed and rewarded some of the best in the Scottish Food industry who serve us up some of the tastiest food, enhance our culture, deliver top quality customer service and provide us with some of the best banter around. All winners and finalists should feel immensely proud as the competition was tough this year.

We commit to continue pushing businesses and professionals forward to showcase themselves and get the recognition they deserve.”

Winners for the 6th  Food Awards Scotland 2019 are as follows:

Restaurant of the Year North: Fennel Restaurant (Inverurie)

Restaurant of the Year Central: Venachar Lochside (Callander)

Restaurant of the Year South West: The Balgarth Pines Bar & Restaurant (Ayr)

Restaurant of the Year Glasgow: Topolabamba (Glasgow)

Restaurant of the Year South East: Beetroot Bar & Grill (Bonnyrigg)

 

Restaurant of the Year Overall Winner: The Balgarth Pines Bar & Restaurant (Ayr)

 

Café/Bistro of the Year North: Nooks & Crannies (Fraserburgh)

Café/Bistro of the Year Central: Little Bird (Perth)

Café/Bistro of the Year South West: Brew (Paisley)

Café/Bistro of the Year Glasgow: Cafe Strange Brew (Glasgow)

Café/Bistro of the Year South East: Stewarts Café Bistro (Jedburgh)

 

Café/Bistro of the Year Overall Winner: Brew (Paisley)

 

Takeaway of the Year North: Seafood Shack (Ullapool)

Takeaway of the Year Central: The Aladdins Indian Takeaway (Perth)

Takeaway of the Year South West: The Roll Shop (Glasgow)

Takeaway of the Year South East: Rapid Rolls (Edinburgh)

 

Takeaway of the Year Overall Winner: Seafood Shack (Ullapool)

 

Gastro Pub of the Year North: The Waterfront (Inverness)

Gastro Pub of the Year Central: Ben Cruachan Inn (Dalmally)

Gastro Pub of the Year South West: Scarecrow Bar & Grill (Kilsyth)

Gastro Pub of the Year South East: The Barony Bar (Edinburgh)

 

Gastro Pub of the Year Overall Winner: Scarecrow Bar & Grill (Kilsyth)

 

Hotel Restaurant of the Year North: Pineapple Grill & Seafood at Meldrum House Country Hotel (Inverurie)

Hotel Restaurant of the Year Central: Rooftop Restaurant at Knock Castle Hotel & Spa (Crieff)

Hotel Restaurant of the Year South West: The Garden Rooms Restaurant at The Rosslea Hall Hotel (Rhu)

Hotel Restaurant of the Year South East: The Brasserie at the Norton House Hotel (Newbridge)

 

Hotel Restaurant of the Year Overall Winner: The Brasserie at the Norton House Hotel (Newbridge)

 

Best Fish N’ Chips Establishment North: Chips ‘n’ Things (Monstrose)

Best Fish N’ Chips Establishment Central: Anstruther Fish Bar (Anstruther)

Best Fish N’ Chips Establishment South West: Moore’s Fish and Chip Shop (Castle Douglas)

Best Fish N’ Chips Establishment South East: MC’s Takeaway (Edinburgh)

 

Best Fish N’ Chips Establishment Overall Winner: Moore’s Fish and Chip Shop (Castle Douglas)

 

Caterer of the Year: 3G Catering Services UK (Perth)

 

Best Indian Establishment: Masala Ram’s (Falkirk)

 

Best Italian Establishment: Amore Ristorante e Pizzeria (Glasgow)

 

Best Mediterranean Establishment: Elena’s Spanish Bar & Restaurant (Glasgow)

 

Best Oriental Establishment: Zensation (Glasgow)

 

Best World Cuisine: Boteco Do Brasil (Edinburgh)

 

Best Vegetarian Establishment: Hendersons Salad Table Restaurant (Edinburgh)

 

Best Seafood Establishment: Little’s Restaurant (Blairgowrie)

 

Fine Dining Restaurant of the Year: The Pompadour (Edinburgh)

 

Dessert Outlet of the Year: Caledonian Cheesecake Company (Grangemouth)

 

Best Street Food: Tuk Tuk Indian Street Food (Edinburgh)

 

Best Scottish Cuisine: The Fleece Bar & Kitchen (Selkirk)

 

Bakery of the Year: Tasty Buns Bakery (Edinburgh)

 

Restaurant Supplier of the Year: Fish in Crieff (Crieff)

 

Restaurant Choice Supplier of the Year: TPS Fruit & Veg (Turriff)

 

Chef of the Year: Duncan McLaghlan – Playfair’s Restaurant and Steakhouse (St Andrews)

 

Restaurant General Manager of the Year: Paolo Martone – Qua (Glasgow)

 

Cookery School of the Year: Edinburgh New Town Cookery School (Edinburgh)

 

Outstanding Food Business of the Year: Food Creations (Livingston)

 

Buffet Restaurant of the Year: Chef’s World Buffet (Dundonald)

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