Food glorious food - Angus eateries make the finals

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A number of Angus eateries have been announced as finalists in the various categories of the third annual Food Awards Scotland.

The success of The Food Awards has been national over the past few years, with event organisers Creative Oceanic having delivered the awards in Scotland, England, Wales, London and Northern Ireland.

The awards aim to recognise the hard work and efforts of the Scottish food industry. Accolades include restaurants, takeaways, gastro pubs, hotel restaurants, cafes and bistros, as well as shine the spotlight on the local producers who supply their delicious ingredients.

On the list from our area are as follows: Franco’s Cafe, Carnoustie - Cafe / Bistro of the Year; Lochlands Mill Cafe, Forfar - Cafe / Bistro of the Year; Titanic Pizza Co., Carnoustie - Takeaway of the Year; Keptie Bakery - Bakery of the Year; McIntosh of Strathmore, Forfar, Best Chilled Food Supplier.

The Crowne Plaza, Glasgow will play host to the black tie ceremony taking place on August 15.

Recognising the very best in the food industry, the evening promises to grow and be the biggest in the Scottish food calendar.

Irfan Younis of event organisers Creative Oceanic said: “There has been a tremendous amount of nominations received from the Scottish public. It is a testament to the hard work of all those working within the food industry. With strong competition this year, we are looking forward to welcoming those who make us wonderful dishes and offer fantastic service. Winners from the past Food Awards Scotland were great ambassadors and I am confident these finalists and winners will continue to be so. We would like to wish all the finalists the best of luck.”