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The Angel at Hetton in North Yorkshire crowned second best in the UK

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A Yorkshire restaurant has been named the second best in the UK on a prestigious list.

Venues across Yorkshire are well-represented in the National Restaurants Awards ‘ top 100. Coming in second is The Angel at Hetton which finished runner-up to Moor Hall in Aughton, Lancashire.

North Yorkshire restaurant The Angel at Hetton also received a star in the 2021 Michelin Guide.

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Praising the venue, a testimonial on the National Restaurants Awards’ website said: “This Yorkshire institution was one of the county’s first gastropubs when it was made famous by the late chef Denis Watkins in the 1980s.

“Now its reputation is on the rise again under new owner Michael Wignall, who took over the pub with his wife Johanna in partnership with James and Jo Wellock in 2018.

“Wignall is one of the UK’s most respected and accomplished chefs and has so far won a Michelin star in every kitchen he has helmed since 1993.”

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There’s also strong Yorkshire representation in the top 20 with The Black Swan, in Oldstead, Skosh, in York, and The Man Behind The Curtain, in Leeds, all featuring.

Further down the prestigious list there’s also other venues in York and Sheffield that make the top 100.

You can see the full top 100 below

1. Moor Hall, Aughton

2. The Angel at Hetton, Hetton

3. Core by Clare Smyth, London

4. House of Tides, Newcastle

5. L’Enclume, Cartmel

6. Sabor, London

7. Brat, London

8. A Wong, London

9. Mere, London

10. The Black Swan at Oldstead, Oldstead

11. Mana, Manchester

12. 40 Maltby Street, London

13. Davies and Brook, London

14. The Moorcock Inn, Norland

15. Ynyshir, Powys

16. The Sportsman, Seasalter

17. Hide, London

18. Skosh, York

19. The Man Behind the Curtain, Leeds

20. Noble Rot Soho, London

21. The Quality Chop House, London

22. Ikoyi, London

23. The Parkers Arms, Newton

24. The Cottage in the Wood, Keswick

25. Hjem, Hexham

26. Frog by Adam Handling, London

27. Silo, London

28. Casamia, Bristol

29. St John, London

30. Da Terra, London

31. The French House, London

32. Joro, Sheffield

33. Kol, London

34. Northcote, Langho

35. Frenchie, London

36. The White Swan at Fence, Fence

37. Claude Bosi at Bibendum, London

38. Freemasons at Wiswell, Wisell

39. Hrishi, Windermere

40. Kiln, London

41. Le Cochon Aveugle, York

42. Muse, London

43. Fraiche, Wirral

44. The Ritz, London

45. Carters of Moseley, Moseley

46. The Guinea Grill, London

47. Erst, Ancoats

48. Paul Ainsworth No.6, Padstow

49. Flor, London

50. The River Cafe, London

51. Roots, Bournemouth

52. The Seahorse, Dartmouth

53. SOLA, London

54. Restaurant Sat Bains, Nottinngham

55. The Raby Hunt, Darlington

56. Bentley’s, London

57. Brawn, London

58. Opheem, Birmingham

59. The Fordwich Arms, Fordwich

60. Osip, Bruton

61. The Clove Club, London

62. Sticky Walnut, Chester

63. Coombeshead Farm, Lewannick

64. Luca, London

65. Midsummer House, Cambridge

66. Perilla, London

67. The Walnut Tree, Llanddewi Skirrid

68. The Crown at Burchetts Green, Burchett’s Green

69. Gymkhana, London

70. Outlaw’s New Road, Port Isaac

71. The Harwood Arms, London

72. Ondine Oyster & Grill, Edinburgh

73. Maison Francois, London

74. Trinity, London

75. Etch by Steven Edwards, Hove

76. Lympstone Manor, Exmouth

77. Purnell’s, Birmingham

78. Lake Road Kitchen, Ambleside

79. The Hand & Flowers, Marlow

80. The Grill at the Dorchester, London

81. Alchemilla, Nottingham

82. Helene Darroze at The Connaught, London

83. Pollen Street Social, London

84. Lyle’s, London

85. Inver, Strathlachlan

86. The Mash Inn, Radnage

87. The Dining Room at Whatley Manor, Malmesbury

88. Wander, London

89. Decimo, London

90. Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, London

91. Ox, Belfast

92. Paradise, London

93. Launceston Place, London

94. The Little Fish Market, Hove

95. Manteca, London

96. Cafe Deco, London

97. 7 Saints, London

98. Chez Bruce, London

99. Akoko, London

100. Caractere, London

So, there’s lots of great restaurants there for your to work through in the coming months.

You can find out the latest food and drink news from across Yorkshire by visiting our What’s On homepage.

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Written by: Rother Radio News


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