Eater­ies claim their place in new Good Food Guide

Rochdale Observer - - BUSINESS -

THE lat­est edi­tion of the Good Food Guide has just been re­leased, and 33 Greater Manch­ester restau­rants have made it – though only one of them has been deemed wor­thy of a spot in the top 50.

Adam Reid at The French has climbed four places from last year’s guide and is now rank­ing as the 13th best restau­rant in the UK.

It’s also the high­est ranked restau­rant to not have a Miche­lin star – which is surely a good sign for the city for when those elu­sive ac­co­lades are awarded in Oc­to­ber.

Though The French was the only Greater Manch­ester restau­rant in the up­per reaches of the guide, which is pub­lished by Waitrose, there are a few oth­ers from the north west that have made the cut.

L’En­clume in Cum­bria is in sec­ond place and Moor Hall in Lan­cashire – which won its first Miche­lin star less than a year af­ter open­ing – is in 11th place.

The guide is compiled through a mix­ture of feed­back from read­ers and anony­mous re­views and in­spec­tions.

New ad­di­tions for Manch­ester this year in­clude D&D’s 20 Sto­ries in Spin­ning­fields, and Mary-Ellen McTague’s The Cream­eries in Chorl­ton.

Two new Didsbury spots have made the guide this year – Indique on Bur­ton Road and No. 4 Wine and Dine on War­bur­ton Street.

●●Adam Reid, head chef at The French, has climbed four places

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