The winners of The 1st Vegetarian and Vegan Awards 2020 are announced

The V2 Awards 2020 celebrate the hard work of those who provide the nation with delicious vegan and vegetarian food.

The awards recognised the achievements of local suppliers, wholesalers, chefs and establishments amongst others who always serve the community with the freshest of vegan friendly products and work tirelessly within their establishments to deliver great experiences to their diners. The winners are a true reflection of the quality and excellence that remark the UK’s plant-based food industry.

Some categories are split into local regions to ensure the diverse range of businesses from across the UK are recognised for their exceptional work.

A Spokesperson for The V2 Awards 2020  said: “More and more people across Britain spend money on vegan friendly products or follow a vegan lifestyle to improve their health as well as for animal welfare and environmental reasons.

“The purpose of The V2 Awards is to acknowledge the professionals that care for their diners at a national scale. The awards celebrate everything related to veganism and vegetarianism and provide a platform to thank those who have dedicated their whole career in providing us with the vegan edition of much-loved dishes across multiple cuisines, using the best of ingredients.

“We would like to congratulate all finalists and winners for their amazing achievements.”

The winners of The 1st Vegetarian & Vegan  Awards 2020 are:

Vegetarian Restaurant of the Year North: David Bann Restaurant (Edinburgh)

Vegetarian Restaurant of the Year Midlands: Chai Paani (Leicester)

Vegetarian Restaurant of the Year South: Rams (Middlesex)

Vegetarian Restaurant of the Year London: The Gate (London)

Vegetarian Restaurant of the Year National: River Green Café (Norwich)

 

Vegetarian Restaurant of the Year Overall Winner: David Bann Restaurant (Edinburgh)

 

Vegan Restaurant of the Year North: The Allotment Vegan Eatery (Manchester)

Vegan Restaurant of the Year Midlands: No.Twelve (Nottingham)

Vegan Restaurant of the Year South: Loving Hut (Brighton)        

Vegan Restaurant of the Year London: Farmacy (London)

Vegan Restaurant of the Year National: Yogāya (Swansea)

 

Vegan Restaurant of the Year Overall Winner: No.Twelve (Nottingham)

 

Best of Scotland: Soul Food Kitchen (Glasgow)

Best of Wales: Caffi Iechyd Da (Carmarthen)      

V² Friendly Restaurants Northern Ireland: 387 Ormeau Road (Belfast)  

Best of London: Comptoir V

Best of Manchester: V Rev Vegan Diner

V² Friendly Restaurant of the Year: Kerala Restaurant (Leeds)   

Vegetarian Cafe of the Year: The Egg Café (Liverpool)

Vegan Cafe of the Year: Jöro Vegan Eatery (Wirral)

V² Friendly Cafe of the Year: Pieminister (Manchester)

Vegan Street Food of the Year : Veganishmum Pop Up Restaurant (Carmarthenshire)

Vegetarian Street Food of the Year:  Feast Without the Beast  (Oxford)

Vegetarian Caterer of the Year: Vegan Express (London)              

Vegan Caterer of the Year: Hygge Food (Hooga) (Glasgow)

V² Friendly Caterer of the Year: Cheeky Chilli Events (Neston)

V² Friendly Gastropub of the Year: The High Field (Birmingham)

V² Takeaway of the Year: The Veggie Chippy (Birmingham)

V² Friendly Takeaway of the Year: Fiddlers Elbow Fish & Chips (Craven Arms)

Indian Vegetarian Restaurant of the Year: Tharavadu Restaurant (Leeds)

Asian V² Restaurant of the Year: Veggie World (Milton Keynes)

Vegetarian Bakery of the Year: The Bakers Field (Kirkcaldy)

Vegan Bakery of the Year: Nora and Nama – Vegan Bakery (London)

V² Friendly Dessert Venue of the Year: Seaside Kitchen & Cake Parlour (Margate)

V² Bar of the Year: Down The Hatch (Liverpool)

V² Food Shop of the Year: GreenBay (London)

Outstanding Restaurant of the Year: The Cornish Vegan (Cornwall)        

Manufacturuer of the Year: VBites (Corby)

Brand of the Year: Daring Foods (New York)

Vegan Advocate of the Year: Nina Rennie (Glasgow)

 

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