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Midlands eateries make it into The Good Food Guide 2013
2:20pm Friday 17th August 2012 in Business Daily
THE standard of dining in the Midlands has been praised, as four new entries from the region have been included in The Good Food Guide 2013, the latest edition of the prestigious restaurant review guide, being published next month.
New entries in the Midlands which have secured a coveted spot in The Good Food Guide 2013 are the Red Lion Bar & Bistro in Stone Edge, Derbyshire, praised for its “souped-up pub classics”, The Bull’s Head at Craswall, Herefordshire, which impressed as a “welcoming inn that’s worth seeking out”, The Berkeley Arms in Wymondham, Leicestershire, admired for “brimming with country charm” and Tresham Restaurant at Rushton Hall, in Northamptonshire, lauded for “seasonal food in venerable surroundings”.
In total there are 92 restaurants from the Midlands featured in The Good Food Guide 2013.
Restaurant Sat Bains remains the cream of the culinary crop in the region as the celebrated, creative chef holds on to the number three spot in The Good Food Guide 2013’s list of Top 50 restaurants with his “awe-inspiring” food.
Other top performers include Fischer’s Baslow Hall and The Old Vicarage, both in Derbyshire, Hambleton Hall in Leicestershire, Purnell’s in the West Midlands and Mr Underhill’s in Shropshire, who all feature in the Top 50 listing.
Elizabeth Carter, consultant editor of The Good Food Guide, said: ‘We are delighted to welcome new eateries from the Midlands into The Good Food Guide this year.
“It is fantastic to see that there are really strong dining options to be enjoyed across the region, with a mix of new entries sitting alongside first-rate fine dining establishments and perennial favourites.”
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