Westcountry seafood restaurants make prestigious food guide
The Westcountry has cemented its status as a top destination for sea food with three speciality restaurants on The Sunday Times Food List, it has been revealed.
Of the seven restaurants specialising in seafood that made the respected list, set to be published this weekend, almost half are from Cornwall.
Also on the list is the celebrated Gidleigh Park in Devon, run by Michael Caines, which has ranked in the list's top three since its inaugural edition in 2010.
Although the final rankings for the top 100 restaurants are yet to be revealed, it is understood Restaurant Nathan Outlaw in Rock is ranked as the highest fish and seafood restaurant.
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Also on the list, from Padstow, are Paul Ainsworth and The Seafood Restaurant.
Now in its fourth year, the guide is compiled based on 80,000 reviews from 9,000 consumers, 2,000 of which are Sunday Times readers.
Editor of The Sunday Times Food List, Karen Robinson, said: "The Food List is essential reading for food lovers.
"It's a fantastic achievement for chefs to make it into our top 100, because our scores are based on the opinions of thousands of diners, mostly spending their own money. This makes the Food List an unbiased and definitive guide to the finest restaurants in the country." Also out today is the Michelin Guide for 2014, which includes Outlaw's at The Capital in London, which was awarded it's first star earlier this year.