May 18, 2022, 0:23

    UberEats restaurants of the year – has your favourite made the shortlist?

    UberEats restaurants of the year – has your favourite made the shortlist?

    Restaurants from across the UK and Ireland have been shortlisted for Uber Eats’ Restaurant of the Year awards.

    Earlier in 2022, the public was asked to nominate some of their favourite eateries for the prestigious gong.

    Customers have until June 16 to cast their vote to ensure their pick makes is named the best in their region.

    The top restaurant from each location will then be invited to a judging day where their food will be tasted by the likes of Great British Bake Off ’s Prue Leith and vegan chef and author Rachel Ama.

    Matthew Price, Uber Eats General Manager, said: “There are so many amazing independent restaurants on Uber Eats and the shortlist really demonstrates the vast amount of options and cuisines available across the UK and Ireland.

    Vegan chef and author Rachel Ama is one of the judges
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    Prue Leith will also be tasting the finalists' food
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    “I can’t wait to see the fantastic stories that are brought to light, try some of the best food available on our high streets up and down the country and recognise the pioneers and innovators shaping the future of our restaurant industry.”

    Judge Prue added: “Opening your own restaurant is desperately hard work, nerve-wracking and expensive.

    “But there are few things as exciting and satisfying.

    "I’m delighted to work with Uber Eats to crown their first Restaurant of the Year and shine a light on some extraordinary people and restaurants, they are the future of the industry.

    “I’m looking forward to discovering pioneers across the UK and Ireland and of course to eating some amazing food.”

    The entries are below and to vote for your pick click here.

    Ten eateries have been shortlisted per region
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    Nominees by region

    Ireland

    BóTOWN, Galway

    Griolladh, Dublin

    Lennox’s, Dublin

    Locke Burger, Limerick

    Rooster Piri Piri, Cork

    Rooster Piri Piri is among the shortlisted restaurants
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    Sabatogo, Dublin

    Salsa Authentic Mexican, Dublin

    Vegan Sandwich Co, Dublin

    Yeah Burger, Navan

    Sumaki, Dublin

    London

    Bim’s, Edmunton

    It’s all Greek To Me, Paddington

    Park Chinois, Mayfair

    Royal China, Soho

    Temple of Seitan, Camden

    The Salad Project, Spitalfields

    Wingmans has also been put forward by its customers
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    Trap Kitchen, Wandsworth

    Wingmans, Westminster

    Zia Lucia, Islington

    Eat Tokyo, Covent Garden

    Midlands and East Anglia

    BRGR Lab, Coventry

    Burg Burgers, Nottingham

    Burger and Sauce, Birmingham

    MyLahore Birmingham

    The Flying Fish, Redditch

    A number of pizza restaurants have been shortlisted
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    True Pizza, Birmingham

    Tzatziki @ Royal Standard, Cambridge

    Vivere, Stafford

    Yakinori, Birmingham

    Istanbul, Birmingham

    North East

    Sibu, Ossett

    Shimlas, Newcastle upon Tyne

    Mr T’s

    Let’s Sushi (West One), Sheffield

    Imran’s London Road, Sheffield

    Temple of Seitan is in the running in the London category
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    Friends of Food, Leeds

    Farsley BBQ Smokehouse, Farsley

    Eat Clean, Whitley Bay

    Davey’s Breakfast and Sandwiches, Gateshead

    Casa Rosa, Birtley

    North West

    Safi’s Desserts, Liverpool

    Picnic, Chester

    Noodle House, Manchester

    Maggie Flu, Liverpool

    King’s Castle (Blackburn)

    Will a burger restaurant get your vote?
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    J’s on the Corner, Manchester

    Istanbul Restaurant, Warrington

    Bugerism, Salford

    Hafla Hafla, Liverpool

    I Knead Pizza, Manchester

    Northern Ireland

    Tribal Burger, Belfast

    The Sphinx, Belfast

    Ternary Chinese Restaurant, Belfast

    Taste of India

    The contest has food from around the globe
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    Oggies, Banbridge

    Love Pizza, Belfast

    Kanto, Belfast

    Del Pieros Urban, Newtownards

    Chef King, Newtownabbey

    The Pizza Company, Belfast

    Scotland

    Bonnie Burrito, Edinburgh

    Bread Meats Bread, Glasgow

    Buck’s Bar, Glasgow

    Bundits of Leith, Edinburgh

    The vote closes on June 16
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    Crazy Wok, Glasgow

    Julie's Kopitiam, Glasgow

    Mother India, Glasgow

    Smiddy BBQ, Edinburgh

    So…NYC Bagles and Brew, Aberdeen

    Yippon Sushi, Glasgow

    South East

    Burger Brothers, Brighton

    Desi- Old Indian Cafe, Portsmouth

    Uber Eats Restaurant of the Year has dozens of entries from the UK and Ireland
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    El Murrino, Bournemouth

    Mean & Barrel, Bromley

    Natty’s Jerk Kitchen, Portsmouth

    Need Street Food, Portsmouth

    Pizzaface, Brighton

    The Bok Shop, Brighton

    South West and Wales

    ASADO, Bristol

    Beerd, Bristol

    Chilli Daddy, Bristol

    Eat the Bird, Taunton

    Which will get your vote?
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    Koocha, Bristol

    Low and Slow Barbeque – Whiteladies, Bristol

    Sandwich Sandwich, Bristol

    Sushi Life, Cardiff

    TAKA TAKA, Bristol

    Urban Tandoor, Bristol

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