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Ten new entries in Waitrose Good Food Guide 2015

27 August 2014 by
Ten new entries in Waitrose Good Food Guide 2015

There were 10new entries into the Waitrose Good Food Guide‘s list of the top 50 restaurants in its new 2015 edition.

The highest new entrant was André Garrett at Cliveden in Berkshire, who won a cooking score of 7/10 and went straight into 18th place.

Meanwhile, Simon Rogan, whose restaurant L'Enclume retained the top spot for the second year in a row, added another of his restaurants to the list with Fera in London's Claridge's, which was awarded a cooking rating of 7/10. Another of his restaurant's, the French, in Manchester, sits in 14th place.

Other new entrants to the top 50 were:

  • Restaurant James Sommerin, Glamorgan, in 30th place with a cooking score of 7/10

  • Hedone, London, in 35th place with a score of 7/10

  • Casamia in Bristol, in 39th place with a score of 7/10

  • Ynyshir Hall, Powys, which took 40th place and a score of 7/10

  • Paris House, Bedfordshire, in 45th place with 6/10

  • The Raby Hunt, Durham, in 47th with 6/10

  • Chiltern Firehouse, London, in 48th with 6/10

  • Northcote, Lancashire, in 49th with 6/10

The full list of the top 50 restaurants for the 2015 guide is:

1. L'Enclume, Cumbria. Cooking score: 10/10

2. The Fat Duck, Berkshire. 10/10

3. Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, London. 10/10

4. Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, Cornwall. 9/10

5. Hibiscus, London. 9/10

6. Pollen Street Social, London. 9/10

7. Restaurant Sat Bains, Nottinghamshire. 9/10

8. The Square, London. 8/10

9. Le Champignon Sauvage, Gloucestershire. 8/10

10. The Ledbury, London. 8/10

11. Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles, Tayside. 8/10

12. Midsummer House, Cambridgeshire. 8/10

13. Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons, Oxfordshire. 8/10

14. The French, Manchester . 8/10

15. Le Gavroche, London. 8/10

16. Whatley Manor, The Dining Room, Wiltshire. 8/10

17. Fraiche, Merseyside . 8/10

18. André Garrett at Cliveden, Berkshire . 7/10

19. Fera at Claridges, London . 7/10

20. Marcus, London . 7/10

21. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London . 7/10

22. The Kitchin, Edinburgh. 7/10

23. The Waterside Inn, Berkshire. 7/10

24. Pied-à-Terre, London . 7/10

25. Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester, London. 7/10

26. Michael Wignall at the Latymer, Surrey. 7/10

27. Restaurant Martin Wishart, Edinburgh. 7/10

28. Artichoke, Buckinghamshire. 7/10

29. Fischer's Baslow Hall, Derbyshire. 7/10

30. Restaurant James Sommerin, Glamorgan. 7/10

31. The Peat Inn, Fife . 7/10

32. Murano, London. 7/10

33. Paul Ainsworth at No. 6, Cornwall. 7/10

34. Gidleigh Park, Devon . 7/10

35. Hedone, London. 7/10

36. Hambleton Hall, Rutland. 7/10

37. Restaurant Story, London. 7/10

38. The Pass, West Sussex. 7/10

39. Casamia, Bristol. 7/10

40. Ynyshir Hall, Powys. 7/10

41. Freemasons at Wiswell, Lancashire. 7/10

42. Hélène Darroze at the Connaught, London. 6/10

43. The Hand & Flowers, Buckinghamshire. 6/10

44. Yorke Arms, Ramsgill, Yorkshire. 6/10

45. Paris House, Bedfordshire. 6/10

46. Simon Radley at the Chester Grosvenor, Cheshire . 6/10

47. The Raby Hunt, Durham. 6/10

48. Chiltern Firehouse, London. 6/10

49. Northcote, Lancashire. 6/10

50. The Clove Club, London. 6/10

Those restaurants to have dropped out of the top 50 this year were:

  • The Old Vicarage, Ridgeway, Derbyshire

  • Mr Underhill's, Shropshire

  • Purnell's, West Midlands

  • The Sportsman, Kent

  • Tyddyn Llan, Denbighshire

  • OX, Belfast

  • The Royal Oak, Paley Street, Berkshire

  • The Red Lion, East Chisenbury, Wiltshire

  • The Box Tree, West Yorkshire

  • Tuddenham Mill, Suffolk

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