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Edinburgh Japanese restaurant nominated for Deliveroo Restaurant Awards final

One Edinburgh restaurant was named among those on the final list for this year’s Deliveroo Restaurant Awards.

Bentoya, an independent Japanese restaurant has been shortlisted in the “Best Sushi Restaurant” category and hopes to win the top prize to top it off.

Bentoya is just one of five Edinburgh restaurants also included in the final list.

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Fat Hippo, Wahaca, FreshMex and Gaucho are all potential contenders for an award at the prestigious ceremony, with the public having until Monday, October 18 to make their choice. The winners will be announced at a virtual ceremony on November 15.

The awards help shine the spotlight on restaurants across the UK that have gone above and beyond to provide excellent food and customer service.

Deliveroo is encouraging restaurateurs, grocers and the general public to tune in to see who takes home the 22 individual awards, with a panel of celebrity guests yet to be announced. Last year, Maya Jama, Vogue Williams, Riyad Khalaf and Will Shu helped present the awards.

Bentoya is located on Bread Street and has both an in-place and take-out dining option for customers, but it’s their famous sushi that may soon be award-winning sushi.

Fat Hippo, an independent burger group with several restaurants across the UK, is shortlisted for the ‘Restaurant of the Year’ award. Wahace, known for its impressive and quaint tacos, is in the “Best Mexican Restaurant” category. FreshMex, which has won Scotland’s most ordered dish for the past three years in a row, joins them in the same category.

The last restaurant on the list is Gaucho. Located in St Andrew Square, Gaucho hopes to win the award for “Best Fine Dining” at this year’s ceremony.

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Speaking on the importance of the awards, Will Shu, CEO of Deliveroo, said, “Celebrating our amazing food and grocery partners has never been more important. We’re launching our third annual Deliveroo Restaurant Awards to highlight the best food the UK and Ireland have to offer, from street favorites to local gems.

“With new categories and over 45,000 restaurants and grocery stores competing, this year’s awards will be bigger and better than ever. We call on the public to celebrate their favorite local restaurants and grocery stores by voting and supporting these great businesses. “

To vote for your favorite Edinburgh restaurant in this year’s awards, click here.

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