Across 14 categories we will recognise the incredible achievements of the Edinburgh restaurant scene in the face of unprecedented adversity.
Launched in 2018, these awards were created to celebrate the flourishing Edinburgh dining scene and all it has to offer – from the finest city centre restaurants to cosy street food eateries in the Lothians.
We believe it’s more important than ever to recognise excellence across the sector.
The event will take place at Brewhemia in Market Street.
Edinburgh Chef of the Year
Best Fine Dining Experience
Best World Food Restaurant
Best Gastro Pub & Brewery
Best Family Friendly
Best Takeaway Offering
Best Use of Outdoor Space
Best Customer Service
In association with:
Edinburgh Restaurant of the Year Headline Sponsor AND Edinburgh Restaurant of the Year
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Edinburgh Chef of the Year
“Chef Works and Bragard are honoured to celebrate the achievements of such talented, creative individuals after such a challenging time for our wonderful hospitality sector.
“It’s going to be a great night and hopefully will also tempt readers to try somewhere new in and around this city’s great food scene.”
Emma Cohen, general manager and head of marketing at Chef Works Europe
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“We are very proud to be supporting the Edinburgh Restaurant Awards this year.” Mathew Gillies, director at Cowan & Partners
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