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Public invited to vote for SRA award winner

02 February 2015 by

The Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) is inviting the public to vote for the restaurant they think deserves to be crowned People's Favourite.

Five restaurants have made the shortlist in the category, which forms part of the Sustainable Restaurant Awards 2015, including the Bay Fish and Chips in Aberdeenshire, Silo in Brighton and Star Bistro in Gloucestershire.

The majority of awards will be decided on the scores each business received in its 2014 SRA rating. They are judged on sustainability, sourcing, society and environment.

Of the multiple nominees, the Pig in Brockenhurst has been shortlisted in three categories: English Sustainable Restaurant of the Year, the SRA Award for Sourcing and Hotel Restaurant of the Year. Meanwhile Carluccio's and Boston Tea Party are both shortlisted for Sustainable Large Group of the Year and the SRA Award for Society.

Boston Tea Party is also shortlisted in the Award for Innovation category, where it is joined by Wahaca which has introduced insects to its menu.

The award winners will be announced at a gala lunch being held at the Oval Space on 23 February.

The Sustainable Restaurant Awards shortlist in full:

SRA Award for Sourcing

  • ODE-dining, Devon
  • River Cottage HQ, Devon
  • Poco, Bristol
  • The Pig, Hampshire

SRA Award for Society

  • The Brookwood Partnership, National
  • Carluccio's, National
  • Boston Tea Party, South West and Midlands
  • Geronimo Inns, South East

SRA Award for the Environment

  • Arbor Restaurant at The Green House Hotel, Bournemouth
  • The Captain's Galley, Caithness
  • Bistrot Bruno Loubet at The Zetter Hotel, London

English Sustainable Restaurant of the Year

  • Daylesford, Gloucestershire and London
  • The Pig, Hampshire
  • ODE-dining, Devon

Scottish Sustainable Restaurant of the Year

  • The Captain's Galley, Caithness
  • The Bay Fish and Chips, Aberdeenshire
  • Cafe St Honoré, Edinburgh

Welsh Sustainable Restaurant of the Year

  • The Gallery, South Wales
  • The Clink, Cardiff
  • Enochs Fish and Chips, Llandudno

Irish Sustainable Restaurant of the Year

  • Kylemore Services Group, Cork
  • Made in Belfast, Belfast
  • Two and You, Dublin

International Sustainable Restaurant of the Year

  • Les Orangeries, France
  • The Lodge, Verbier (Virgin) Switzerland
  • Azurmendi, Spain

Sustainable Small Group of the Year

  • Lussmanns Fish & Grill, Hertfordshire
  • Drake & Morgan, London
  • Hawksmoor, London

Sustainable Large Group of the Year

  • D&D London
  • Carluccio's, National
  • Boston Tea Party, South West and Midlands

Sustainable Pub of the Year

  • The Truscott Arms, London
  • Orwells, Oxon
  • The Imperial, London

Sustainable Hotel Restaurant of the Year

  • Bistrot Bruno Loubet at The Zetter Hotel, London
  • The Pig, Hampshire
  • The Jetty, Dorset

Sustainable Caterer of the Year

  • Bartlett Mitchell
  • Lexington Catering
  • Artizian Catering Services

Most Improved Sustainability

  • Ceviche, London
  • The Akeman (Oakman Inns), Hertforshire
  • Bingham Hotel, London
  • The Montpelier, London

The People's Favourite Award

  • The Bay Fish and Chips, Aberdeenshire
  • The Eagle and Child, Lancashire
  • The Real Junk Food Project, Leeds
  • Silo, Brighton
  • Star Bistro, Gloucestershire

Sustainable Innovation Award

  • Wahaca
  • Boston Tea Party, South West and Midlands
  • Silo, Brighton

Best Food Waste Strategy

  • Bennett Hay
  • The Roebuck, London
  • The Brookwood Partnership
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