AA Hospitality Awards

Restaurant awards


AA Restaurant of the Year

Book icon.  In the bookshopThe AA Restaurant Guide 2006
Of the hundreds of restaurants in the UK assessed by us each year, just three will gain the prestigious title 'Restaurant of the Year'. While the standard of cuisine is at the very heart of the selection criteria for this award, innovation, ambience, service and hospitality are all part of the equation that determines the eventual winners.

Award ceremony - Sat Bains, London
Award ceremony - Sangsters, Fife
Sat Bains
Scotland/N Ireland
Award ceremony - The Drawing Room, Builth Wells
Award ceremony - Galvin Bistro de Luxe, London
The Drawing Room
Builth Wells
Galvin – Bistrot de Luxe
Baker Street

AA Chefs' Chef of the Year

This title is fast becoming one of the restaurant industry's most sought-after accolades. What could be more satisfying than recognition by your peers? AA Chefs' Chef of the Year is an annual award for excellence and innovation, presented to the chef voted 'number one' by fellow chefs from our 1,800 restaurants with AA rosettes.

Award ceremony - Andrew Fairlie

Andrew Fairlie
Restaurant Andrew Fairlie

AA Wine Award

Nominees for this award, introduced in 1998 and sponsored by T&W Wines, are judged on the quality of their wine list and their ability to inspire customers to make wider and more adventurous choices in selecting wines. The overall winner receives a trip to the vineyards of Willi Opitz, an award-winning dessert wine maker in Austria.
Award ceremony - The Seafood Restaurant, St Andrews
Award ceremony - Tyddyn Llan, Llandrillo
Scotland/N Ireland
The Seafood Restaurant
St Andrews
Tyddyn Llan

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