The MFDF awards

The MFDF awards

We’ve had the pleasure for the last few years to be a part of the Manchester Food & Drink Festival. This year was the 21st anniversary of their prestigious awards ceremony. These awards recognise the best of the best in an amazing food and drink industry in Manchester.

“Over the years the festival has drawn names as diverse as Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsay, Fergus Henderson, Michel Roux, John Torode and even Bill Wyman! “

Manchester Food & Drink

Check out who the winners where…

Restaurant of the Year: Adam Reid at The French

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Premium and Fine Dining Venue of the Year: Adam Reid at The French

Casual Restaurant of the Year: Levanter Fine Foods

Newcomer of the Year: The Creameries

Chef of the Year: Rachel Stockley at Baratxuri

Casual Restaurant of the Year: Levanter Fine Foods

Newcomer of the Year: The Creameries

Chef of the Year: Rachel Stockley at Baratxuri

 Pub/Beer Bar of the Year: Port Street Beer House

Bar of the Year: Science and Industry

Out of Town Venue of the Year: Where The Light Gets In

Coffee Shop/Tea Shop of the Year: Pot Kettle Black

Affordable Eats Venue of the Year: Mi and Pho

Food and Drink Retailer of the Year: Pollen Bakery

Vegetarian Offering of the Year: Lily’s

Manchester Brewery of the Year: Marble Brewery

Pop Up, Event or Project of the Year: HATCH

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Front of House Team of the Year: 20 Stories 

Street Food Trader of the Year Award: Oh Mei Dumpling

 

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Best Sustainability Award of Year: The Creameries

The Howard and Ruth Award for Outstanding Achievement: Jeremy Roberts

 

A massive well done to all the winners and all the guys that took part. I love the Manchester food scene, they have some of the best chefs and food business’ in the UK

Source: http://foodanddrinkfestival.com/news/

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