Trencherman’s Awards 2023

It’s time to show your favourite South West restaurants, dining pubs and foodie hotels some love by voting for them in the Trencherman’s Awards 2023

Trencherman's Awards 2023

The annual dining awards give gourmets the opportunity to champion their favourite chefs, restaurants, hotels, dining pubs and front-of-house teams. The first round of voting opens on December 1 (closing on January 3) and is open to everyone who wants to support and celebrate the South West’s wonderful independent food and drink industry.

You’ll be able to nominate your favourite Trencherman’s venues, chefs and teams in the following categories: Best Trencherman’s Restaurant (sponsored by Total Produce), Best Trencherman’s Chef (sponsored by Hallgarten & Novum), Best Trencherman’s Hotel (sponsored by The Eco Laundry), Best Trencherman’s Pub, Best Bar List, Best Front of House Team, Best Newcomer, Award for Creativity & Innovation (sponsored by Sharp’s Brewery) and Award for Special Contribution (sponsored by PKF Francis Clark).

On January 4, a shortlist for each category will be revealed and you’ll be invited to vote for your favourite in each category. This second round of voting closes on January 19. The finalists will be revealed on January 24 and invited to the luxe Trencherman’s Awards ceremony and dinner at Salcombe Harbour Hotel in Devon on March 6 2023.

Cast your votes here. Please note this voting link will not be live until voting opens on December 1.

Who to vote for?

Here are the current members
New members eligible for Best Trencherman’s Newcomer are in pink

2 Fore Street Restaurant

Àclèaf

Acorn Inn

Alexandra Hotel and Restaurant

Alverton Hotel, The

Andria

Angel – Taste of Devon, The

Appleton’s Bar and Restaurant

Augustus

Barbican Kitchen

Barley Sheaf, The

Barrington Boar, The

Bath Priory, The

Bear and Blacksmith, The

Beckford Bottle Shop, The

Bell Inn, The

Brassica Restaurant

Broomhill Estate

Buckland Manor

Bull Inn, The

Bunch of Grapes, The

Candlelight Inn

Captain’s Club Hotel & Spa

Castle at Taunton, The

Castle Inn, The

Club House, The

Cotley Inn, The

Cove Restaurant and Bar, The

Crab House Cafe

Crown Inn, The

Dartmoor Inn, The

Eastbury Hotel & Spa, The

Falmouth Arms, The

Farmers Arms, The

Fig Tree @ 36, The

Fish House, The

Fistral Beach Hotel and Spa

Fletcher’s Restaurant

Fontmell, The

Galley Restaurant, The

Gather

Gidleigh Park

Greenbank Hotel, The

Harbour Beach Club

Harbourside Refuge Restaurant and Bar, The

Harris’s Restaurant

Harvey Nichols Second Floor Restaurant

Holcombe, The

Hooked on the Rocks

Horn of Plenty, The

Horse, The

Hotel Endsleigh

Hotel Meudon

Housel Bay Hotel

Idle Rocks, The

Jetty at Salcombe Harbour Hotel, The

Kota Restaurant

Lamb, The

Lewtrenchard Manor

Longstore Lemon Street, The

Longstore, The

Lord Poulett Arms, The

Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa

Lympstone Manor

Masons Arms, The

Mill End Hotel and Restaurant

Millside

Minster Mill

Nare Hotel, The

New Coast Kitchen

NoBody Inn, The

Number Eight

Old Quay House Hotel, The

Olive Tree Restaurant, The

Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen

Outlaw’s New Road

Oyster & Fish House, The

Pattard Restaurant

Porthminster Beach Cafe

Porthminster Kitchen

Potters

Prawn on the Lawn

Puro

Pyne Arms

Red Lion Freehouse

Restaurant GL50

Rick Stein Sandbanks

Rising Sun Knapp, The

Rising Sun, The

Riviera Hotel and Restaurant, The

Robin Wylde

Robun

Rocket Store, The

Ronnie’s of Thornbury

Salumi Bar & Eatery

Saveur

Seafood Restaurant, The

Seaside Boarding House, The

Sign of the Angel

Slaughters Manor House, The

St Michaels Resort

St Petroc’s Bistro

Star and Garter, The

Station Kitchen, The

Tabb’s Restaurant

Talland Bay Hotel

Thornbury Castle

Three Horseshoes Pub & Kitchen

Tom’s Lyme Regis

Twenty Seven by Jamie Rogers

Two Bridges Hotel

Ugly Butterfly by Adam Handling

Watch House, The

WestBeach Restaurant

Wilder

Wychwood Inn, The

Events

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Reviews

Restaurant Hywel Jones, near Bath

Restaurant Hywel Jones

The thought of splashing £200 plus on dinner for two might make you wince, but every penny is well accounted for in the uber luxe Lucknam Park experience.

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