The Sunday Times Top 100 2017 full list revealed plus regional winners

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The Staff Canteen

Editor 5th February 2017

The Sunday Times has revealed The Clove Club is the overall winner in its annual list of the top 100 restaurants in the UK in this weekend’s edition - this year for the first time there is no ranking system but they have announced regional winners alongside the overall winner.

The Clove Club has earned the top spot as overall winner this year, it is joined on the list by 36 other London restaurants (seven less than on last year's list).

The full list of London restaurants included are listed below, in alphabetical order.

ANGLO
THE ARAKI
BAO
BARRAFINA
BOCCA DI LUPO
CAFÉ MURANO
CLIPSTONE
CLOVE CLUB
DINNER BY HESTON BLUMENTHAL
FERA
FIVE FIELDS
FRENCHIE
GYMKHANA
HEDONE
HONEY & CO
HOPPERS
HUTONG
KILN
KITTY FISHERS
THE LAUGHING HEART
THE LEDBURY
LOCANDA LOCATELLI
LYLE'S
THE MANOR
MORITO
PADELLA

PALOMAR
POLLEN STREET SOCIAL
PORTLAND
QUO VADIS
THE RITZ
RIVER CAFÉ
SANTA MARIA PIZZERIA
SIX PORTLAND ROAD
ST JOHN BREAD AND WINE
STORY
THE WOLSELEY

On Instagram The Clove Club said 'they were delighted to be voted no1 in the Sunday Times Top 100 restaurants in the UK' and on Twitter, chef and owner Isaac McHale added 'we are all excited and proud'.

The list is compiled by a judging panel which includes Jamie Oliver, Antonio Carluccio and Nick Jones, the founder of Soho House.

The other regional winners are:

Souteast 

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Southwest

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Central

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East and Midlands

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North

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Wales

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Scotland and Northern Ireland

Editor of The Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants, Laurel Ives, said: “The Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants judging panel is made up of some of the most experienced and knowledgeable people in the industry, from chefs and owners, to our own expert writers. They have picked out the very best establishments that the UK’s impressive culinary scene has to offer.”

See all of the other restaurants (outside of London) on this year's list below:

64 Degrees
The Salt Room
The Little Fish Market
The Fat Duck
The Hand & Flowers
Bulrush
Adelina Yard
The Ethicurean
Pony & Trap
Gidleigh Park
Brassica
The Lord Poulett Arms
The Seahorse
The Treby Arms
Restaurant Nathan Outlaw
Paul Ainsworth at No 6
Prawn On The Lawn
Ben’s Cornish Kitchen
The Pot Kiln
Old Parsonage
The Pointer
The Feathered Nest Country Inn
Le Champignon Sauvage
The Butley Orford Oysterage
Pint Shop
The Hole in the Wall
Morston Hall
Simpsons
Benedicts
Carters of Moseley
The Art School
Fraiche
Umezushi
Levanter
Northcote
Freemasons at Wiswell
The Yorke Arms
The Black Swan at Oldstead
The Star Inn at Harome
The Magpie Cafe
L’enclume
Gilpin
Lake Road Kitchen
The Orangery
The Raby Hunt Restaurant
James Sommerin
The Walnut Tree
Ynyshir
The Gardener’s Cottage
Ondine
Norn
The Kitchin
Alchemilla
Cail Bruich
The Three Chimneys
Ox
Harry’s Shack

>>> Read more on The  Sunday Times Top 100 here

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 5th February 2017

The Sunday Times Top 100 2017 full list revealed plus regional winners