The Peat Inn in Fife has been voted Restaurant of the Year at The Scottish Restaurant Awards where Leith's Restaurant Martin Wishart and Kings Wark pub also picked up accolades
The awards, held at Edinburgh's Corn Exchange last night, saw a host of restaurants, pubs and hotels pick up awards from reservation and review website 5pm.co.uk, who asked diners, restaurateurs and suppliers to vote online for their favourite venues in 15 categories before a judging panel cast the final votes.
The Peat Inn's chef/owner Geoffrey Smeddle also beat off Tom Kitchin and Ian McAndrew to win Chef Of The Year, making it a top night for the Fife-based restaurant with rooms.
Best Newcomer went to Rocpool Reserve Hotel in Inverness and the Best Customer Service tribute was won by Hotel Du Vin in Glasgow.
Charles Shaw, chairman of 5pm.co.uk, said: “The culinary standard in Scotland gets better and better every year. 5pm.co.uk is delighted to support the recognition of these fantastic chefs and restaurateurs.”
The winners are:
Best Italian Restaurant - Osteria Piero, Glasgow
Best Indian Restaurant - Mother India, Edinburgh
Best Oriental Restaurant - Nanakusa, Glasgow
Best Specialty Restaurant - Calistoga Central, Edinburgh
Best Family Friendly Restaurant - Di Maggio's, Glasgow
Best Chef of the Year - Geoffrey Smeddle, Peat Inn, Fife
Best Fine Dining Restaurant - Restaurant Martin Wishart, Edinburgh
Best Pub Grub - The Kings Wark, Edinburgh
Best Urban Restaurant - Opus One Restaurant, Perth
Best Seafood Restaurant - Ondine, Edinburgh
Best Newcomer Restaurant - Rocpool Reserve Restaurant & Bar, Inverness
Best Hotel Restaurant - Ardeonaig Hotel & Restaurant, Perthshire
Best Rural Restaurant - Cail Bruich, Bridge of Weir
Best Customer Service - Hotel du Vin and Bistro, Glasgow
Healthy Workplace - Eurest / Scottish Power