From top tapas bars to fancy fine dining rooms, barnstorming bistros to great gastropubs, Restaurant magazine brings you the top 100 places to eat across the UK as voted for by an elite academy of chefs, restaurateurs and food writers nationwide.
Announced at the Estrella Damm National Restaurant Awards each year, this is the list of places that should be on your restaurant hit list. Tuck in.
Hackney Wick, London
Notting Hill, London
Notting Hill, London
Moor Hall’s idyllic location is a fitting backdrop for chef Mark Birchall’s ambitious and brilliant cooking
Expectations were sky high for Clare Smyth's debut solo project but the prestigiously talented chef has delivered a world-class restaurant
This softly-spoken chef from South Shields has gained legendary status for his mastery of classical French haute cuisine
The duo behind The Kitchin are making their mark on Edinburgh's dining scene with a string of carefully run yet accessible venues
The Harwood Arms has long been producing best-in-class food for some time but under former The Ledbury and Elystan Street chef Sally Abé it is better than ever
The Portland team’s modern paean to Emilia-Romagna is a beautifully judged and pleasingly straight-forward restaurant
Free of faff, The Sportsman still manages to be a proper pub despite being one of the best places to eat in the UK
The front of house team carry over Claude Bosi's obsessive attention to detail into the dining room. Expect immaculate service and a few old school flourishes
This South Bank restaurant has tackled three of the biggest environmental issues of the day by working collaboratively with other parties
Brad Carter is one of the leading lights of Birmingham’s food scene with this tiny, creative and meticulously-run establishment
If fish is your thing, then this proper seafood restaurant in the heart of Edinburgh is the place to be
Gareth Ward’s remote venue is the antithesis of the boring country house hotel, offering a tasting menu of in-your-face, Asian-influenced food against a backdrop of 90s hip hop.
A contemporary pan-Asian restaurant with a Belfast/Bushidō attitude makes Yugo stand out from the crowd
Would you Adam and Eve it: the Frog team is shaking up the mixology scene with its creative yet accessible cocktails
This Mayfair selection has one of the biggest selections of premium wines in the world (if not the biggest) but still offers great value for those looking to splash out