These businesses are in the running for Business of the Year Award at the Food Made Good Awards 2019.
The winner of the award, the business to have achieved the highest score in the Sustainable Restaurant Association’s industry leading Food Made Good Rating.

The best in the business, they are excelling across the sustainable board.


Artizian Catering, boutique workplace caterer in London and South East
The Assemblies limited, three site restaurant group in bristol: The canteen, Number 1 harbourside, old market assembly
Bouygues at 2 Marsham Street, catering in government building
cafe-ode, south devon seaside café
Cardiff Metropolitan University
THE City Farm Café, Bristol city farm café and events space
Cookery School at Little Portland Street
Farmstand, Mostly plant-based restaurants in Covent Garden and Canary Wharf
FoodSpace, Workplace caterer with 15-sites across Ireland
Lucky Beach café, Brighton beach restaurant
Red Roaster/Lucky Khao, Brighton café by day, Northern Thai BBQ restaurant by night
Overends Kitchen ON AIRFIELD ESTATE, Dublin
University of Plymouth
Poco Tapas Bar, BRISTOL small plate restauranT
Relæ, Copenhagen Michelin star restaurant under Chef Christian Puglisi
Riverford Field Kitchen, organic restaurant on the eponymous Devon farm
Thyme, Cotswold destination with hotel, restaurant and pub
The Wheatsheaf at Chilton Foliat, organic pub in Wiltshire
Where the Light Gets In, Stockport loft restaurant, regarded by some as the UK’s coolest
Woods Hill Table, New England restaurant
Young’s Pubs, 150 site pub group



Congratulations to all these amazing sustainable businesses for their high achievement in the Food Made Good Rating.

The rating assesses businesses across all aspects of their policies, operations and influence across ten key themes under the headings of Sourcing, Environment and Society.
Together these define a ‘good’ restaurant or foodservice business.

Find out more about the rating here:

The Rating