Who Placed In The Top 100 This Year?

June 13, 2019

The restaurant scene is undoubtedly one of the fastest growing industries today. With new and exciting venues continuously emerging across the UK and FnB teams working within one of the toughest and competitive lines of work, it remains important to ensure that we continue to raise recognition for the fantastic food experiences they provide us with.

The team at Restaurant Magazine have been identifying the very best places to dine since 2007 at their Estrella National Restaurant Awards, with votes made by an elite academy of chefs, restaurateurs and food writers nationwide. This year, we were pleased to have been invited along to enjoy the celebrations, including the variety of delicious food and drinks on offer such as the award winning steaks provided by the team at Hawksmoor.

Congratulations to our clients who made the top 100 this year…
We’re always proud to see what our clients are achieving in this fast paced industry, so from the Tevalis team, we’d like to say a big congratulations to those who placed in the top 100 this year.

100 – The Ninth
The Ninth is brought to you by TV Chef and American competitive cooking show “Chopped” champion, Jun Tanaka. Ironically named due to being his ninth restaurant, this contemporary venue is a favourite for many in London, hosting French, Mediterranean-style sharing dishes with Michelin-starred calibre.

89 – Perilla

Perilla is a contemporary neighbourhood restaurant based in Newington Green. Using humble ingredients of the highest quality, the team focus on providing dishes with European flavours in a relaxed setting.

59 – Palomar
The Palomar, a Central London restaurant have placed in the Top 100 for a couple of years now. Serving the food of modern day Jerusalem, they are influenced by the cultures of Southern Spain, North Africa & the Levant.

55 – St John
St John is brought to you by Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver, with Michelin-starred nose-to-tail dining in Smithfield. More delights can be located at St John Bread and Wine, St John Maltby, St John Bakery and St John at Home.

42 – Roots
The latest venture from the Banks family located in York, embracing the farming ethos and techniques from The Black Swan Oldstead. A must visit when in the North!

33 – Ikoyi
Ikoyi creates its own innovative cuisine based on the interpretation of West African ingredients. Owner Iré Hassan-Odukale and chef Jeremy Chan, earned their Michelin star just under a year of opening their doors.

29 – Black Swan at Oldstead
The Black Swan at Oldstead is a Michelin-starred restaurant with rooms on the edge of the North York Moors. Run by the Banks family, this venue has definitely put Yorkshire dining on the map, especially after winning the best restaurant in the world from TripAdvisor in 2017 (the first time a British restaurant had won the title!)

4 – CORE by Clare Smyth
Clare Smyth was the first female chef to hold and retain three Michelin stars. After working with the likes of Gordon Ramsay, it was time for her to begin her first solo venture in 2017. CORE is an elegant and informal fine dining restaurant and now holds 2 Michelin stars alongside 5 AA rosettes.

3 – Cornerstone
Located in Hackney Wick, Tom Brown’s debut restaurant Cornerstone focuses on uncomplicated, produce-led, modern British cooking in a bright, pared-down space with an informal atmosphere. A fantastic achievement for the team since opening in 2018.

The Top 100…

  1. Moor Hall
  2. Brat, London
  3. Cornerstone, London
  4. Core by Clare Smyth, London
  5. Sabor, London
  6. L’Enclume
  7. Mere, London
  8. Claude Bosi at Bibendum, London
  9. Ynyshir
  10. The Ledbury, London
  11. A Wong, London
  12. The River Café, London
  13. The Sportsman
  14. Restaurant Sat Bains
  15. Kiln, London
  16. Paul Ainsworth at No. 6
  17. Lyle’s, London
  18. Forest Side
  19. Casamia
  20. House of Tides
  21. Restaurant Nathan Outlaw
  22. Roganic, London
  23. The French House, London
  24. Elystan Street, London
  25. The Ritz, London
  26. Frenchie, London
  27. Brawn, London
  28. Noble Rot, London
  29. The Black Swan at Oldstead
  30. The Fordwich Arms
  31. Chez Bruce, London
  32. Hide, London
  33. Ikoyi, London
  34. Trinity, London
  35. The Crown at Burchett’s Green
  36. The Coach
  37. The Hand & Flowers
  38. The Parkers Arms
  39. Freemasons at Wiswell
  40. Skosh
  41. The Elephant
  42. Roots
  43. The Clove Club, London
  44. The Frog by Adam Handling, London
  45. Roux at Parliament Square, London
  46. Burlington at The Devonshire Arms
  47. Cora Pearl, London
  48. Hicce, London
  49. Ondine
  50. The Quality Chop House, London
  51. Black Axe Mangal, London
  52. Pollen Street Social, London
  53. Whatley Manor
  54. Coombeshead Farm
  55. St. John, London
  56. The Angel Inn at Hetton
  57. The Dairy, London
  58. The Fat Duck
  59. The Palomar, London
  60. Helene Darozze at The Connaught, London
  61. Kym’s, London
  62. Social Eating House, London
  63. The Kitchin
  64. Bright, London
  65. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London
  66. Etch
  67. Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons
  68. Timberyard
  69. Midsummer House
  70. Rochelle Canteen, London
  71. Two Lights, London
  72. 40 Maltby Street, London
  73. Mana
  74. The Walnut Tree
  75. Indian Accent, London
  76. Kitchen Table by Bubbledogs, London
  77. Yügo
  78. Restaurant Story, London
  79. The Little Chartroom
  80. The Laughing Heart, London
  81. The Mash Inn
  82. Raby Hunt
  83. Hedone, London
  84. Restaurant Andrew Fairlie
  85. The Woodspeen
  86. Wine and Brine
  87. Holborn Dining Room, London
  88. The Harwood Arms, London
  89. Brigadiers, London
  90. Perilla, London
  91. The Little Fish Market
  92. The Man Behind the Curtain
  93. Carters of Moseley
  94. Darjeeling Express, London
  95. Joro
  96. Le Cochon Aveugle
  97. The White Swan at Fence
  98. Spring, London
  99. Holbeck Ghyll
  100. Trullo, London
Other Awards> One to Watch: Emilia, Mayfair

> Best Restaurant in Northern Ireland: Yügo

> Best Restaurant in Wales: Ynyshir

> Best Restaurant in Scotland: Ondine

> Wine List of the Year: Hide

> The Sustainability Award: Oxo Tower Restaurant

> Cocktail List of the Year: The Frog by Adam Handling

> OpenTable Diners’ Choice, Fit for Foodies: Carters of Moseley

> Chef to Watch: Sally Abe

> Gastropub of the Year: The Sportsman

> Chef of the Year: Clare Smyth

> Restaurateur of the Year: Tom and Michaela Kitchin

> Lifetime Achievement Award: John Williams

> The Service Award: Bibendum by Claude Bosi