TOP 50 GASTROPUBS

THE 2017 AWARDS

11

The Rat Inn

Hexham, Northumberland

12

The Anchor & Hope

Waterloo, London

13

The Parkers Arms

Nr Clitheroe, Lancashire

14

The Cornish Arms

Tavistock, Devon

15

Masons Arms

South Molton, Devon

16

The Flitch of Bacon

Little Dunmow, Essex

17

The Compasses Inn

Canterbury, Kent

18

Drapers Arms

Islington, London

19

The Broad Chare

Quayside, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

20

The Wellington Arms

Baughurst, Hampshire

SPECIALIST AWARDS

Ones to Watch

Ones to Watch

The Ones to Watch specialist category award winners are the Gastropubs trade experts, food writers, top chefs and the food team at the Morning Advertiser believe have the potential to make it onto the Top 50 Gastropubs list.

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The Treby Arms

Front of House Team of the Year

The Treby Arms, Sparkwell, Devon, brought home the Front-of-House Team of the Year award at the Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs 2017 awards

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Rob Taylor

Gastropub Chef of the Year

Chef Patron Rob Taylor from the Compasses Inn, Crundale in Canterbury, was announced Gastropub Chef of the Year

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The Swan Inn

Newcomer of the Year

This fantastic site is a deserved winner of the Newcomer of the Year category

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LATEST RECIPES

Pork belly with apple purée

4 / 60 Mins

Its dishes such as this accomplished take on pork belly that make Stephen Terry's pub, the Hardwick, one of the UK’s best-loved foodie destinations.

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Ham hock Scotch eggs, with pickled chicory and blue cheese

4 / 90 Mins

What would a list of gastropub recipes be without a classic Scotch egg? The Cornish Arms' John Hooker's egg, complete with crispy crust and runny yolk centre, does not disappoint.

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Halibut with cobnut crust, cauliflower and cockles

4 / 45 Mins

This dish, as served at James Mackenzie's Michelin-starred pub, showcases succulent, meaty fish with fresh Romanesque and a delicious sauce.

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Bouef à la ficelle (beef on a string)

1 / 10 Mins

Simon Bonwick, chef patron of the Michelin-starred Crown at Burchetts Green, is a devotee of French borgeois cooking. This dish is best served alongside a "crispy little pie", according to the chef.

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Top 50 Gastropubs