We need your vote to help us decide on which of these wonderful Hidden Gems should be worth of receiving our award.

To vote just head along to the Scotsman Food and Drink awards page and pick your favourite from the following list.

Our Hidden Gems (as nominated by you):

Good Brothers Wine Bar (Edinburgh)

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Nominated thanks to their recommendations, “expert knowledge” and friendly customer service, many said they were always delighted to take a trip there.

Kimchi Cult (Glasgow)

Bulgogi Fries. Picture: Kimchi Cult

With a varied but concise menu, this Korean fast food restaurant was picked out for its amazing food such as the Bao and Kimchi Cheese Fries, as well as its exciting specials.

Glendale Highland Market (Skye)

Hidden Gems

Picture: Glendale Highland Market

Run by a local community charity, the market was nominated because of the massive impact it has had on food and food production in the remote area of Glendale, Isle of Skye.

The Whitehouse Restaurant (Lochaline)

Hidden Gems

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Nominated for its stunning location, close-knit community feel, and the inspired dishes created by its innovative chef.

The Old Post Office (Lochbuie)

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The Old Post Office is described by those who nominated it as a tiny honesty tea room in an outstanding location which is loved by visitors and locals alike.

Le Roi Fou (Edinburgh)

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Those who nominated it named the New Town’s Le Roi Fou as one of the most exciting new restaurants they’ve been to in the capital.

The Glenfinnan Dining Car

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This restored 1930s dining car was a popular choice for those lucky enough to have visited Glenfinnan, with the team singled out for the excellent work they do with limited resources.

Loch Arthur (Dumfries)

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Loch Arthur impressed many of our readers not only because of its outstanding produce, but on account of its incredible work with men and women with learning disabilities.

• Find out more about our awards at the www.scotsmanfoodand drinkawards.co.uk

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Sean Murphy

Driven by a passion for all things whisky-related, Sean writes for The Scotsman extensively on the subject. He can also sometimes be found behind the bar at the world famous Potstill bar in Glasgow where he continues to enhance his whisky knowledge built up over six years advising customers from all over the world on the wonders of our national drink.

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