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South West region’s restaurants (also) feature heavily in SquareMeal Top 100

A week before the ‘Good Food Guide’ listings were announced for 2020,  SquareMeal published their 2019 list of the UK’s Top 100 Restaurants.

SquareMeal – UK’s Top 100 Restaurants (outside of London)

SquareMeal compile the list of the ‘UK Top 100 Restaurants’ based on the votes from their annual survey.  The 2019 survey was launched in April 2019 with the text – “We want to know what you love, hate and rate when it comes to eating around the UK – from the beaches of Cornwall to the Highlands of Scotland, and everywhere in-between (except London*). Whether it’s a classic country-house hotel, a picture-postcard gastropub or city-centre hotspot, we want to hear about it.”

(* London restaurants are covered in a separate survey)

The list of the Top 100 can be found here and includes a number from the counties in which PKF Francis Clark has offices, including six from Cornwall, three from Devon and five from Bristol.

Congratulations to all those listed.

The fact that the South West is so well represented again reinforces the region as a centre of excellence not only for food preparation and presentation, but also production as a number of eateries listed specialise in using local produce.

PKF Francis Clark

We act for over 200 clients in the food and drink sector across the region and endeavour to communicate and comment on issues pertinent to the sector on a regular basis.  Our latest newsletter can be found here and more background information on the team, services and relevant blog posts etc. can be found here.

We are hosting a breakfast seminar on one of the hot issues in the sector – waste – in October.  For more details of the event that will take place in Falmouth, Cornwall on 28 October 2019, and to book a place, see link

By Andrew James

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