House of Tides shortlisted for Craft Guild of Chefs’ Annual Award

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The Staff Canteen

Editor 11th March 2015

Newcastle restaurant, House of Tides, joins three top London restaurants on the 2015 Craft Guild Chefs New Restaurant of the Year awards shortlist. 

Kenny Atkinson’s restaurant joins the list, alongside Jason Atherton’s City Social, Nuno Mendes’ Chiltern Firehouse and Lee Westcott’s The Typing Room. Lee will be showcasing local British produce and seasonal ingredients in his restaurant ahead of the judging.

House of TIdes
House of TIdes

The restaurants will be judged by a panel from the Craft Guild of Chefs, as they visit the venues over the next few weeks. The winner will be announced at the Craft Guild of Chefs awards ceremony on Monday, June 15, 2015 at the Hilton Park Lane. 16 other highly contended awards will take place at the ceremony.

The  Craft Guild of Chefs New Restaurant of the Year Award

The  Craft Guild of Chefs New Restaurant of the Year Award has been looking for a restaurant that has made a great impact on the restaurant scene in the local area and in general. The awarded restaurant will be one that offers a high standard of service, with fresh, new ideas. All nominated restaurants will have been in business since January, 2014. Last year, Michelin-starred Indian restaurant, Gymkhana in London’s Mayfair, won the prestigious award.

Bookings to join the UK chef fraternity at the industry’s leading event are now being taken.

To book, contact the events team for the Craft Guild of Chefs on 0845 108 5504 or email  [email protected]

By Ashley Chalmers

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The Staff Canteen

Editor 11th March 2015

House of Tides shortlisted for Craft Guild of Chefs’ Annual Award