9 Scottish restaurants shortlisted for Uber Eats Restaurant of the Year Awards 2023

Uber Eats has announced the Scottish eateries that have been shortlisted for its Restaurant of The Year awards.

Published 31st Jul 2023
Updated 9 th Aug 2023

Uber Eats has shortlisted nine Scottish restaurants as part of its 2023 Restaurant of The Year awards.

Earlier this month, Uber Eats confirmed the regional shortlist for its Restaurant of the Year awards. The Scottish list has nine highest-rated and most popular eateries, with votes for the winner being taken now.

The closing dates for votes is August 19 and the national shortlist will be announced in September.

Matthew Price, the general manager of UK, Ireland and Northern Europe at Uber Eats said: “The shortlisted restaurants from Scotland are all high-street favourites and are brilliant examples of the talent, hard work and passion that goes into running a successful restaurant.

"The awards are about championing industry trailblazers and we are delighted to be spotlighting these fantastic Scottish restaurants."

Uber Eats is offering £200,000 for the national finalists, with the crowned Restaurant of the Year taking home £100,000 to invest in their business.

Uber Eats Restaurant Awards Damasqino

The restaurants that receive the most votes in their region will be invited to a judging day in London, where they will cook for and meet industry experts including returning judge Bake Off’s Prue Leith, Chef Monica Galetti and Uber Eats general manager Matthew Price.

All the Scottish restaurants shortlisted in the 2023 Uber Eats Restaurant of the Year Awards

  • Mother India
  • Razzo Pizza Napoletana
  • Jimmy's Express
  • Big Manny's Pizza
  • Yippon
  • Damasqino
  • Charcoals
  • Bucks Bar
  • Salt & Chilli Oriental

The full list of finalists are located across 10 regions in the UK and Ireland and represent over 33 different cuisine types, highlighting the true diversity of the restaurant industry.

To find out more and vote for your favourite, visit the Uber Eats Awards website.

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