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British Restaurant Awards 2022: 10 restaurants in the Cambridge region shortlisted





The nominations for the fourth annual British Restaurant Awards (BRA) have been announced and Cambridge even has its own category.

Tristan Welch at Parker's Tavern. Picture: Keith Heppell
Tristan Welch at Parker's Tavern. Picture: Keith Heppell

The establishments in and around the city which are nominated for Best Restaurant Cambridge are:

  • Parker’s Tavern, Regent Street, Cambridge
  • Vanderlyle, Mill Road, Cambridge
  • Mercado Central, Green Street, Cambridge
  • Midsummer House, Midsummer Common, Cambridge
  • Restaurant Twenty-Two, Chesterton Road, Cambridge
  • Trinity, Trinity Street, Cambridge
  • The Oak Bistro, Lensfield Road, Cambridge
  • The Rupert Brooke, Broadway, Grantchester
  • Stem & Glory, Station Road, Cambridge
  • Bedouin, Mill Road, Cambridge

Elsewhere, the likes of Gordon Ramsay, Jamie Oliver, Levi Roots, Ainsley Harriot, Gino D’Campo, Aldo Zilli, Heston Blumenthal, and Simon Rimmer have also made the shortlist.

From January 20 to August 9, the public nominated their favourite restaurants per city and region across the UK. The restaurants that receive the most amount of nominations are shortlisted and released for the public to vote.

Parker's Tavern, Tristan Welch latest recipe for Culture . Picture: Keith Heppell. (47658443)
Parker's Tavern, Tristan Welch latest recipe for Culture . Picture: Keith Heppell. (47658443)

The winners, as voted for by the public, will be announced at the annual gala/red carpet awards show on Monday, September 22, at the Sway in London.

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Louise Palmer-Masterton. Picture: Keith Heppell
Louise Palmer-Masterton. Picture: Keith Heppell

Stem & Glory is also on the national Best Vegan-Friendly Restaurant shortlist:

  • The Juice Smith, Surrey
  • Root, Bristol
  • Kokedama, Brighton
  • Stem & Glory, Cambridge
  • Vegan E, London
  • Simpsons, Birmingham
  • Belmond Le Manoir Aux Quat’Saisons, Oxford
  • Gidleigh Park, Chagford
  • Holy Carrot, Knightsbridge

Louise Palmer-Masterton, CEO of Stem & Glory - a Cambridge Independent columnist - said: “It’s been a dazzling few weeks of awards for Stem & Glory.

“Winning the Food and Drink Heroes Hospitality Entrepreneur of the Year, then our very first Great Taste Award for our Golden Hummus, and now the icing on the cake is to be nominated in not one but two categories at the British Restaurant Awards. It’s fantastic to be able to fly the flag for our very resilient and creative sector.”

See the full awards shortlist here and look out for Louise’s latest column in next week’s Cambridge Independent.



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