Cafe St Honoré is on the shortlist for the Scottish Restaurant of the Year in recognition of their commitment to sustainability. Chef Director Neil Forbes commented: “The whole team at Cafe are so thrilled to be shortlisted in this year’s Food Made Good Awards alongside some wonderfully sustainable places. It's a real privilege to be shortlisted and I am very much looking forward to the ceremony in London."
The diversity of eateries on the shortlist for the Food Made Good Awards, run by the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) and sponsored by Nestlé Professional, reflects the hugely positive changes the industry has made in recent years to meet the dining public’s ever increasing appetite for food that’s delicious, ethical and sustainable.
A newly opened East London tapas restaurant, a fish and chip shop on the East coast of Scotland, one of the UK’s most popular high street restaurant groups, a boutique New Forest hotel and canteens at some of the country’s best known universities are just some of the extraordinary range of other eateries to have been shortlisted.
Cafe St Honoré will discover if it has won at the Food Made Good Awards on 22 March at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Lindley Hall in London, where SRA President, Raymond Blanc OBE will be presenting the awards.
Mark Linehan, Managing Director of the SRA, said: “Now in their fifth year, albeit with a new name, the Food Made Good Awards recognise the incredible achievements of restaurants and the wider hospitality sector that few other awards do. With a transformation in diners’ attitudes towards food and how it is produced, we believe these awards reward the unsung heroes of hospitality who go way beyond just serving delicious food.”