The Catey Awards

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The Cateys are a UK award ceremony for the hospitality industry, first held in 1984. They have been described as the hospitality industry's equivalent of the Oscars. [1][2][3][4] Recipients are nominated, selected and awarded by the industry through The Caterer magazine.

The Chef Award is one of the most coveted and previous winners include Claude Bosi in 2018, Tom Kerridge in 2017, Jason Atherton in 2012, Angela Hartnett in 2009, Heston Blumenthal in 2004, Gordon Ramsay in 2000, Brian Turner in 1997 and Raymond Blanc in 1990.

November 2007 saw the first spin-off event, The Hotel Cateys, which took place at the London Hilton on Park Lane, with Grant Hearn, CEO of Travelodge, taking the inaugural Outstanding Contribution to the Industry Award.

The Foodservice Cateys launched in 2013 at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge.

Winners[edit]

Chef Award[edit]

International Outstanding Achievement Award[edit]

Newcomer Award[edit]

  • 2018 Smoke & Salt, London
  • 2017 Anglo, London
  • 2016 John and Kimberley Calton and James Laffan, the Staith House
  • 2015 House of Tides, Newcastle Quayside
  • 2014 Red’s True Barbecue
  • 2013 Ollie Dabbous
  • 2012 Russell Norman and Richard Beatty
  • 2011 Castle Terrace, Edinburgh
  • 2010 Texture Restaurant, London
  • 2009 The Nut Tree Inn, Murcott, Oxfordshire
  • 2008 The Kitchin, Edinburgh
  • 2007 The Hand & Flowers, Marlow
  • 2006 Galvin Bistrot de Luxe, London
  • 2005 Simon Rogan
  • 2004 Restaurant Tom Aikens
  • 2003 The Providores, London
  • 2002 Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles
  • 2001 Brownes Brasserie and Townhouse, Dublin
  • 2000 Coniston Hall Lodge
  • 1999 Club Gascon, London
  • 1998 The Star Inn, Harome
  • 1997 The Bank, London
  • 1996 Hotel du Vin & Bistro, Winchester
  • 1995 Gordon Ramsay
  • 1994 The Atrium, Edinburgh
  • 1993 Morston Hall, Morston
  • 1992 Paul Heathcote - MBE
  • 1991 Paul and Jeanne Rankin
  • 1990 Stuart Scher
  • 1989 Nick Wainford
  • 1988 David and Tina Thomson
  • 1987 Marco Pierre White
  • 1985 Rue St Jacques, London
  • 1984 Keith and Vanessa Gibbs

Menu of the Year[edit]

  • 2018 Xu
  • 2017 The Ninth, London
  • 2016 The Pointer, Brill, Buckinghamshire
  • 2015 OX, Belfast
  • 2014 Grain Store, London
  • 2013 Sticky Walnut, Cheshire
  • 2012 Quo Vadis (restaurant), London
  • 2011 The Fox and Grapes, Wimbledon
  • 2010 Corrigan’s Mayfair
  • 2009 The Harwood Arms, Fulham, London
  • 2008 Scott’s, London
  • 2007 L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon
  • 2006 The Albion, Clifton Village, Bristol
  • 2005 Bohemia, St Helier, Jersey
  • 2004 East@West, London
  • 2003 Restaurant Sat Bains, Nottingham
  • 2002 Bruno’s, Dublin
  • 2001 The Five Bells, Stanbridge
  • 2000 Idaho, London
  • 1999 The Glasshouse, Kew
  • 1998 The River Station, Bristol
  • 1997 The Star Inn, Harome
  • 1996 The Canteen, London
  • 1995 The Design House, Halifax
  • 1994 Number Twenty Four, Wymondham
  • 1993 The Box Tree, Ilkley
  • 1992 Le Souffle, Hotel InterContinental,  London
  • 1991 Calcot Manor, Tetbury
  • 1990 Le Meridien, London
  • 1989 Castle Hotel, Taunton
  • 1988 Grand Hotel, Eastbourne
  • 1987 Three Swans Hotel, Market Harborough
  • 1986 Le Talbooth, Dedham
  • 1985 The Savoy, London
  • 1984 Waterside Inn, Bray

Hotel of the Year – Group[edit]

Hotel of the Year – Independent[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Evening Standard - Fay Maschler reviews Florian 2". BBC News. Retrieved 18 July 2018.
  2. ^ "BBC News - World - Europe - Jersey - Michelin restaurant up for award". BBC News. Retrieved 10 August 2017.
  3. ^ "BBC - Worldwide Press Office - Gary Rhodes At The Table". BBC. Retrieved 10 August 2017.
  4. ^ "BBC News - Entertainment - Emmerdale's Mandy to bow out". BBC News. Retrieved 10 August 2017.

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