The Good Food Guide 2019 will announce its top restaurants for the UK - will Restaurant Nathan Outlaw still be number one?

The very first Good Food Guide was published in 1951

Published over 65 years ago, The Good Food Guide still uses reader feedback and anonymous inspections to compile its reviews of the UK’s best eating spots. First published in hardback in 1951 the guide originally cost five shillings and listed ‘600 places throughout Britain where you can rely on a good meal at a reasonable price’ within its 224 pages. It was a Good Food Guide inspector who suggested that a café in an unexpected location was worth further investigation.