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2014 Lancashire Life Restaurant of the Year sponsored by Gleaming Fresh Clean

PUBLISHED: 08:56 01 October 2014 | UPDATED: 10:12 30 October 2014

Damson, Media City, Salford; Olive Tree Brasserie, St Annes; The Oyster and Otter, Feniscowles

Damson, Media City, Salford; Olive Tree Brasserie, St Annes; The Oyster and Otter, Feniscowles

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The nominations for the 2014 Lancashire Life Restaurant of the Year Award. The winner announced at the Hilton Hotel, Deansgate, Manchester, on Monday October 27th 2014

Lancashire Life Restaurant of the Year The Oyster and Otter;    Award sponsor Jason Jolley (right)  from Gleaming Fresh Clean and Claire Montgomery (left) with winners, Jonathan Parkinson, Ben Seekings, Joycelyn Neve and Antony ShirleyLancashire Life Restaurant of the Year The Oyster and Otter; Award sponsor Jason Jolley (right) from Gleaming Fresh Clean and Claire Montgomery (left) with winners, Jonathan Parkinson, Ben Seekings, Joycelyn Neve and Antony Shirley

The Oyster and Otter, Feniscowles

This was the first venture by Joycelyn Neve, founder of the Seafood Pub Company and regulars say it just keep getting better. A menu of delicious, classy dining pub fare is augmented by a specials board of fresh fish provided by dad Chris Neve.

@OysterandOtter

 

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Damson, Media City, Salford

This establishment continues to be one of the cornerstones of Salford’s Media City development with classy, modern surroundings and delicious food such as poached monkfish with curry butter and roasted rump of lamb, potato and mint soufflé.

@DamsonMediaCity

Olive Tree Brasserie, St Annes

Rave reviews for a skilful mix of Greek and Mediterranean dishes served in relaxed surroundings. The food – described as ‘hotter than Greece’ – will take you back to summer holidays and the owners are passionate about using sustainable fish.

@OliveTreeBrass

 

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