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Best Restaurants in the UK

The top restaurants in the UK have just been announced in the Good Food Guide 2018 - and a fish restaurant in Cornwall has hit the number one spot for the first time. Read on to find out more about the top five restaurants in Britain and why they are so popular...

 
1. Restaurant Nathan Outlaw

Enjoying an idyllic setting on the rugged Cornish coast, the fish restaurant at Port Isaac has been named the number one restaurant of the year, knocking Cumbrian restaurant L'Enclume off the top spot for the first time in five years. Judges praised Restaurant Nathan Outlaw not only for its good food, but also for its efforts to encourage the public to eat fish by educating them on its nutritional value. A two-star Michelin restaurant, it was founded in 2007 and first appeared on the Good Food Guide list in 2009.

 
2. L'Enclume, Cumbria
Located in Grange-over-Sands, L'Enclume had been number one on the list for the past five years. The restaurant prides itself on using ingredients that change with the seasons, with a continually-developing menu and a "farm to table" philosophy. Using fresh ingredients that are sourced locally, this ensures freshness. Organic vegetables, fruits and herbs are grown on the restaurant's own 12-acre farm and combined with the finest produce from the surrounding countryside.

 
3. Pollen Street Social, London
Pollen Street Social in Mayfair is a one-star Michelin restaurant. Described as a "modern urban meeting point" where diners can eat, drink and socialise every day and on special occasions, the restaurant was opened in April 2011 by executive chef and co-owner Jason Atherton - he learned his craft under top chefs such as Marco Pierre White, before joining Gordon Ramsay Holdings in 2001. He prides himself on using British-grown, seasonal ingredients that are fresh to the table to ensure only the best produce is used.

Pollen Street Social, London

 
4. Restaurant Sat Bains, Nottinghamshire
Restaurant Sat Bains in Nottingham is a two-star Michelin restaurant which serves modern British fare. Restaurant manager Jordi Albacar runs a team of passionate staff, who aim to give the ultimate service in an atmosphere described as "relaxed professionalism". One of their speciality services is The Chef’s Table, which was launched in 2007. It enables diners to enjoy an insight into the behind-the-scenes preparation work in the kitchen. A tasting menu is also provided by the chef, so guests can try out the food before ordering.

 
5. The Fat Duck, Berkshire
The Fat Duck is the home of innovative, modern British cuisine in Bray, Berkshire. Run by celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal, the restaurant is located in a historic 16th-century building. The Fat Duck opened on 16th August 1995 and quickly became renowned for its unusual speciality dishes, such as a mock turtle soup inspired by Alice and Wonderland and its Sound of the Sea fish dish. It also offers a 14-course tasting menu for diners and has been known to serve up more unusual cuisine, such as scrambled egg and bacon ice cream!

The Fat Duck, Berkshire

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