Terre à Terre has been voted by the public to be runner up in the Best Restaurant category (Observer Food Monthly Awards) for five years running, and won best ethical restaurant in the past.
“We at Terre à Terre love a public vote, customers is what it’s all about from beginning to end. It’s a great honour to be runner up in both of these fine categories and for Brighton to feature so predominately year after year”- Philip Taylor, Co-Director of Terre à Terre
The OFM Awards celebrate the very best in British food and drink, from grass-root producers to the most celebrated chefs. The awards are reader-voted, therefore it’s all about customers.
Observer Food Monthly editor and awards founder Allan Jenkins said:
“The revolution in British food in this, the 11th year of the Observer Food Monthly awards, is apparent in the range and diversity of this year’s winners. Whether it’s an unsung chef producing brilliant Michelin star food in Abergavenny at 67, or a craft beer utopia in Leeds, or a motorway service station outside Gloucester baking world-class cakes, the days of London’s crushing domination of the food scene are finally over. Hell, the best deli in the UK according to our readers is now in Liverpool. That’s something for everyone to celebrate.”