Ledbury wins National Restaurant Awards for 2nd year running
The Ledbury has once again triumphed in the National Restaurant Awards 2011.
The two Michelin-starred Notting Hill restaurant, led by Australian chef Brett Graham, has picked up the best restaurant award for the second year running.
Pollen Street Social, the contemporary bistro set in the heart of London, came runner-up and was also the highest new entry in the 100-strong list.
Heston Blumenthal's Dinner and flagship Fat Duck came third and fourth, with The Sportsman, situated on the Whitstable coast, completing the top five.
Also at the ceremony, held at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London, Simon Rogan was voted Chefs' Chef and his restaurants l'Enclume and Roganic were listed in the top 20.
Voted for by the National Restaurant Awards academy - a mixture of chefs, restaurateurs and food critics from 12 regions - the yearly awards aim to be a "truly authoritative representation of independent nationwide opinion".
The academy is made up of chefs, restaurateurs and food critics divided across 12 regions of the UK.
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