YEP Leeds Oliver Awards 2017: Nominations are now open

Oliver Awards 2016, Elland Road, Leeds...Winner of the Best City Centre ...Kendells Bistro.... .21st March 2016 ..Picture by Simon Hulme
Oliver Awards 2016, Elland Road, Leeds...Winner of the Best City Centre ...Kendells Bistro.... .21st March 2016 ..Picture by Simon Hulme
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The biggest day in the Leeds culinary dining calendar has been set and we want you to help make it the best ever.

The Yorkshire Evening Post Oliver Awards are now officially open.

If you work in the dining industry or if you want to nominate a restaurant, get in touch with us via our dedicated website.

Nicola Furbisher, Editor of the YEP and Managing Editor of the The Yorkshire Post

The awards are now in their ninth year and are based on our weekly restaurant reviews, published every Thursday in our WOW supplement.

They exist to celebrate and applaud excellence in the local dining scene.

Last year, we received over 300 nominations for the 16 individual award categories, which include everything from European to British and Hotel Restaurants to Cafes.

Whether you are a restaurateur or a member of the public, we’d like to hear from you and we want to see your nominations, so get voting at our dedicated website.

You can nominate a restaurant by clicking on: www.oliverawards.co.uk and going to the relevant section.

Nicola Furbisher, Editor of the YEP and Managing Editor of the The Yorkshire Post, said: “If you work in the dining industry or if you want to nominate a restaurant, get in touch with us via our dedicated website.”

A nominations supplement will be printed on November 24, with the awards taking place in March 2017.

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