Filthy Bones, Three Horseshoes, Aneesa's and Tomahawk win Food Awards England prizes

Chronicle Live 1 month ago

Restaurants and bars in the North East have earned national prizes for street food, steaks and gastropub cuisine.

Food Awards England has named a pub in Blyth, restaurants in Newcastle and Ponteland, and a Tynemouth bar in its 2019 winners. The awards recognise restaurants, chefs and suppliers who serve the freshest of products and work to deliver top customer service. As the organisers say: "The winners are a true reflection of the quality and excellence that highlight the English food industry."

Tynemouth's Filthy Bones won a national prize for the best street food. The bar, which is inside Green Ginger in Front Street, retained the award it won last year, when it was known as The Pie and Bottleshop. Its street food menu features takes on Geordie classics, such as a slow roasted gammon stottie with Brown Ale pease pudding.

Its owners, Victoria and Stephen Bones, were inspired to add more street food options to Filthy Bones' menu after winning the 2018 award.

Filthy Bones, Tynemouth

Blyth's The Three Horseshoes won the national prize for best gastropub. Its team thanked customers and paid tribute to head chef Brett Curran for reviving the Three Horseshoes after it was taken over by its current owners in January 2018.

Posting on Facebook, owners Kathie Turnbull and Steve Turnbull wrote: "Three Horseshoes - BACK ON THE MAP.

"Three Horseshoes is not our second home, it's our first home, shared with so many amazing customers who we call our friends and family.

"Thank you for all the support and most importantly thank you to everyone who understood the struggle and gave us the time to get this pub back to some sort of standard, giving us a chance to make this pub what it is today."

The new Tomahawk Steakhouse in Ponteland, Newcastle
The Tomahawk Steakhouse in Ponteland, Newcastle

Ponteland's Tomahawk Steakhouse was named restaurant of the year. Its management described the achievement as "absolutely amazing".

Newcastle buffet restaurant, Aneesa's, won the best buffet prize. Aneesa's in Foster Street, Newcastle specialises in South Asian food, as well as serving pizzas and stir fry.


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