Britain's Best Roast Dinner Week 2015 announces shortlist

25 September 2015 by
Britain's Best Roast Dinner Week 2015 announces shortlist

The team behind Britain's Best Roast Dinner Week has shortlisted five pubs for Britain's Best Roast Dinner 2015.

The finalists are:

  • Kyloe, Edinburgh
  • The Bunch of Grapes, Pontypridd
  • The Larwood and Voce pub and kitchen, Nottingham
  • The Duke of Wellington, East Horsley, Surrey
  • The Crown Inn, Woolhope, Herefordshire

Chris Brown, channel category manager at Unilever Food Solutions, said: "Congratulations to our five finalists. Every year the judging process gets harder as the standard of roast dinners gets better. What we're really looking for is roasts that stand out from the crowd - prime cuts of meat, locally sourced, innovative sides and lashings of gravy. And we're looking for it to be presented with a top notch level of service in a warm and welcoming setting."

The competition is sponsored by Knorr gravy (Unilever) and supported by Colman's mustard.

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