The finalists of this year’s Nottinghamshire Food and Drink awards gathered last night to celebrate the every growing food and drink scene in Nottingham and surrounding areas at the East Midlands conference centre, hosted by Aldo Zilli.
This year’s awards were the most competitive since they began! Editor of the Nottingham Post, Mike Sassi said “It’s going to be the toughest contest yet,”. “A record 3,190 people made almost 7,000 nominations.
George’s Great British Kitchen, located on Queen Street who won the ‘Best New Venue’ category in 2015, beating Annie’s Burger Shack & The Ruddington Arms have again been recognised as one of most unique and exciting restaurants to visit in Nottingham, winning the ‘Best City Centre Experience’ category at this year’s awards, beating Iberico and Zaap!
Managing Director, Andrew Constantinou said “We are absolutely delighted to be named as Nottingham’s best city centre experience, and to win for the second year running in such prestigious awards within the ever growing and exciting Nottingham food & drink scene is something we are all extremely proud of.
The award pays testament to all the hard work that everyone has put into making our restaurant what it has become in the time we have been open. It is something that everyone who has been involved should be extremely proud of and I would like to thank everyone who voted for George’s Great British Kitchen. We have been absolutely humbled by the response we have received! ”