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|Ramsay Wins Good Food Award
- But London not be-all-and-end-all, say judges
GORDON RAMSAY'S restaurant in Chelsea came top in the Good Food Guide annual awards, announced today, but London was warned it now has serious competition from the rest of the country.
"Anybody who thinks London is the be-all-and-end-all needs to expand their horizons," said Andrew Turvil, Good Food Guide editor.
"The capital is not about to lose its position at the culinary vanguard, but it is great to see such good things happening all over the country,
sometimes in unexpected locations."
Restaurants from were all in the upper reaches of the Good Food Guide's best-of-Britain 2004 list.
Nevertheless, apart from Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, London was well represented in the awards, with The Capital, Pied-a-Terre and Tom Aikens all appearing in the top ten.
Others to impress the judges included The Fat Duck and The Waterside Inn, both in Bray, Berkshire, just a short trip from London.