Oliver Awards entries look set to beat last year’s total

Winners at the Yorkshire Evening Post 'Oliver Awards' 2015.  Elland Road.  9 March 2015.  Picture Bruce Rollinson
Winners at the Yorkshire Evening Post 'Oliver Awards' 2015. Elland Road. 9 March 2015. Picture Bruce Rollinson
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Entries for this year’s Yorkshire Evening Post Oliver Awards already look like outstripping last year’s event, which attracted over 300 individual category entries and was our biggest awards to date.

Now in its eighth year, the awards celebrate the cream of the cream of the Leeds and district dining scene.

Since the awards launched just over a fortnight ago, we have received almost 100 entries.

This year, for the first time, we are encouraging members of the public to nominate their favourite restaurant but restaurateurs can also enter themselves, as they have done in the past.

To enter the awards, head over to our dedicated website: www.oliverawards.co.uk

The awards - which last year crowned newly crowned Michelin Star Man Behind the Curtain chef Michael O’Hare, who recently won Leeds its first Michelin Star in 10 years, as Best Newcomer - has categories to cater for just about all kinds of restaurants, from Best Italian and Best Indian to Best Service and Best British.

This year we have two new categories, Best Rural and Best Street Food.

Support the Leeds dining scene by entering the Oliver Awards.

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