People’s Favourite with delicious. magazine

Who will be the People’s Favourite 2018?

A Cardiff pizzeria that adorns its dishes with local ingredients and the joys of Slow Food, a Michelin Star restaurant in Yorkshire that grows much of its own produce, and a cult Soho diner which has guests queuing out the door and potential staff queuing to get in because of the great employment practices. Dusty Knuckle, The Black Swan at Oldstead and The Breakfast Club, Soho, three very different restaurants, all sharing a common ethos – to serve food that does good as well as taste good. Which one will be the People’s Favourite 2018?
Hear a little more about each of the three shortlisted restaurants in this podcast.

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Dusty Knuckle Pizza Company, Cardiff

Why vote for them?  “Our commitment: we quit our jobs three years ago to start a business that would only use quality ingredients from artisanal producers we love. We started a community venture last year, following our charity trip to Naples. We use the process of making pizza to engage communities in discussion about food, completely free of charge, as part of our social responsibility. Our vision: to change the way people see their food and encourage them to ask questions about how it’s made and where it comes from. Our pizza: which has earned us the title of a Top 10 Pizzeria in the UK from The Guardian (2017), Top 25 Pizzeria in UK from The Sunday Times (2016), Top 3 pop-up to permanent in Sunday Times 2017, and Top Pizza on Snapchat (2016).” – delicious. magazine

The Breakfast Club, Soho

Why vote for them? “Our holy trinity – Good to Our World, Good to our People, Good at What We Do. Whether it’s the 40 days annual holiday allowance for our managers, a multi award-winning community programme and three-star SRA rating or the fact that people are willing to queue for hours for what we do. These are the three things that drive us every day.” – delicious. magazine

The Black Swan, Oldstead

Why vote for them? “We pride ourselves on knowing the full journey of our produce; from our garden to our chef, to your plate. If we need to outsource anything we make sure it’s from a local producer and that we know the food’s whole cycle. Where it was made, grown or foraged! We are able to tell the journey every element on our guests’ menu has taken before ending up on their plate. We like to think that once a customer has dined at The Black Swan, they leave educated in a more sustainable way of eating. Maybe they’ll be inspired by our gardener to grow their own vegetables or to make a visit to a small local producer.” – delicious. magazine

“We’ve teamed up with the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) to help find the People’s Favourite Restaurant – your go-to place for food that not only tastes good but also does good. You responded by nominating hundreds of incredible eateries, all doing wonderful things to make a change. Top judges, including delicious. editor Karen Barnes, have chosen a shortlist of sustainable restaurants that champion local producers, reduce waste and support their community – but the final choice of winner is down to you” – delicious. magazine

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE FOOD MADE GOOD AWARDS 2018

There’s still time for members and non-members to enter a range of categories. To find out more about this year’s revamped ceremony, held on 1 October, click here:

 

To the Awards Website