The Shortlist

Your votes – all 5,500 of them – have been counted! Here’s the shortlist in the Great Food Club Awards 2021/22.

You may notice that our shortlist is smaller this year than it has been. We have pared the categories back to create a genuine SHORT-list and make the awards even more meaningful.

Our judges will now decide the winners. The champs will be revealed in September 2021.

Factory Kitchen, Ilkeston, Derbyshire
The Red Lion, West Deeping, Lincolnshire
Tap & Run, Upper Broughton, Nottinghamshire
Paddy’s Marten Inn, Leicester

Mill Farm, Manthorpe, Lincolnshire
Round Corner Brew, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire
Farmer Lou, Oakham, Rutland
Ruddy Fine Gin, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

The Tiny Bakery, Leicester
Hamilton’s Butchers & Cheeky Pig Takeaway, Farnsfield, Nottinghamshire
Croots Farm Shop, Duffield, Derbyshire
Cocoa Amore, Leicester

The Haybarn at Kneesall, Nottinghamshire
Burrough Court Coffee Shop, Burrough on the Hill, Leicestershire
Six Hills Café, Bakery & Pizzeria, Six Hills, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire
Cosy Cafe, Hinckley, Leicestershire

Chez Sebastien Artisan Pizza, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire
Stanley Street, Barnwell, Northamptonshire
The Cod’s Scallops, Nottinghamshire & Leicestershire
Amelie (Flamkuche makers), Cambridge

Derby Pyclet Co, Derby – for reviving the Derbyshire pyclet – a magnificent regional speciality!
Radmoor Restaurant, Loughborough – for providing valuable training to hospitality and catering students.
JB Kitchen, Thurcaston, Leicestershire – for creating an excellent food business in the face of adversity.
Ferneley’s Milk, Whissendine, Rutland – for launching a milk delivery round while also running a farm and café.

Important information

Duplicate votes were excluded
Voting more than once does not impact the shortlist.

Businesses that won GFC awards last year are not eligible to be shortlisted this year.
This is because our aim is to showcase a broad range of independents.

Click here to see last year’s winners.