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White Rose Award Winner for Whitby Restaurant


It�s Official � Green�s Restaurant & Bistro, Whitby, IS The Taste of Yorkshire!!

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Rob Green, chef/proprietor, and his wife Emma, of Green�s Restaurant & Bistro, in Whitby, North Yorkshire, were the Toast of Yorkshire when they were awarded and recognised as �The Taste of Yorkshire� at the White Rose Awards at the Royal Armouries in Leeds this week.

This prestigious and high profile �Tourism Oscars� Awards event is a celebration of excellence in the region and is organised by the official Tourism Agency Welcome to Yorkshire.

Green�s Restaurant & Bistro has established itself as one of the top restaurants in the region, and always offers a menu that is attentive to the surrounding bounty from the coast, keeping in daily contact with the skippers of the local trawlers to get the best of �The Catch of the Day�, which Rob collects fresh each morning from the Quayside a few minutes away from the Restaurant.

Rob also has a great relationship with his local butcher and farmers who help him choose �the best in the field� for his menu planning. And of course all the accompanying foods are local too; even the flour for their homemade bread is from Yorkshire!

�Winning this award is just fantastic, we were quite overwhelmed to be recognised as being the best of the best, which is what we have always been striving to achieve� said Rob.

�It is a significant acknowledgement of our commitment to the ongoing development of our Restaurant, and of our great team, as well as our support of the local community.�

And Rob is still reeling from the excitement of receiving another top national award and accolade - National Seafood Chef of the Year - from Seafish, the Authority on Seafood, in recognition of excellence and sustainable practice.
Green�s Restaurant will now be entered into the national Enjoy England Awards for Excellence 2010.


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