An independently-owned Harrogate restaurant has won a prize at the Yorkshire Evening Post’s Oliver Awards.
The Tannin Level was the winner of The Best Lunch category in the face of stiff competition from across the county, especially from Leeds city centre.
The cream of the local culinary scene was honoured at the awards ceremony at Elland Road this week, with The Crafthouse, a new venue in Trinity Shopping Centre, taking top honours for the evening in front of a crowd of 300 guests.
Broadcaster Jon Hammond and editorial director of the YEP Jeremy Clifford hosted the event.
Jeremy said: “The Oliver Awards play an ever-increasing role in recognising the outstanding venues we have for eating and drinking here.”
Other Harrogate restaurants who made the awards shortlist included Indian restaurant Cardamom Black, French restaurant Mirabelle, and the Crab and Lobster at Asenby near Thirsk, North Yorkshire.