The shortlist for the 2015 FreeFrom Eating Out Awards has been announced, including pubs, cafés, schools and corporate hospitality venues.

The awards will be held at a presentation party at 3:30pm on Tuesday 17th November, the first day of the Food Matters Live event at Excel in London’s Docklands.

The presentations will be made by awards patron Antony Worrall Thompson and will mark the first year of the awards since the introduction of the new EU regulations covering foodservice in December.

Michelle Berriedale-Johnson, awards director, said: “It is great to see how many outlets from all across the country have now got their heads around the new allergen regulations and are already creating exciting, innovative and super healthy ‘freefrom’ menus.

“From the local chippie to the five star restaurant or the high street chain, coeliacs and those with allergies and intolerances do now stand a realistic chance of being served not only a safe, but a really tasting and interesting meal.”

The full shortlist is as follows:

1. Cafés, coffee shops and tearooms – sponsored by Can I Eat There?
Apple Tree Restaurant and Farm Shop (Yeovil)
Aroma Coffee House & Kitchen (Lyme Regis)
Heaven Scent (Kinross)
Labyrinth Holistic Café (Stockton on Tees)
Optimum Joy (Shrewsbury)
Pure on Raw (Sheffield)
Rainbow Vegetarian Café (Cambridge)
ÜGOT (Wetherby)
Wykeham Tea Rooms (Scarborough)

2. Fish and Chip shops– sponsored by Glebe FarmBizzie Lizzie’s (Skipton)
Brockley’s Rock (SE London)
The Codfather (Aylesbury)
Fishcraft (Eton)
Frankie’s Fish and Chips (Sheltand)
Kingfisher Fish & Chips (Plymouth)
Oliver’s (North London)
Olley’s (South London)
Rockfish (Dartmouth)
The Plains (Nottingham)
Wolfie’s (Hove)

3. Pub restaurants – sponsored by Green’s Gluten-free Beers
The Duke at Bratton (Westbury)
The Horse & Jockey (Southampton)
The Royal Oak (Marlow)
The Ship Inn (Downham Market)

4. Restaurants – sponsored by Riso Gallo
2 Oxford Place (Leeds)
Duk-pond (Preston)
Flaming Cow (Eton)
La Polenteria (Central London)
Niche Food & Drink (Central London)
Oscar & Bentley’s (Canterbury)
Pizza Express (nationwide)
Rainbow Vegetarian Café (Cambridge)

5. Corporate Hospitality & Venues – sponsored by Nairns Gluten Free
Crowne Plaza (Birmingham, NEC)
Gluten-Free Kitchen Company (Tralee)
Henlow Grange (Bedfordshire)
International Centre (Telford)
Royal College of Physicians (London)

6. B&Bs and guest houses – sponsored by Caterlyst
Leonard’s Field House (Cumbria)
Marine Hotel (Co. Antrim)
Stonecroft Country Guesthouse (Peak District)
Swandale Guest House (Yorkshire)

7. Schools, colleges and universities – sponsored by Thomas Ridley Foodservice
Eden Food Service
Fitzwilliam College
Kingfield Primary School
Southampton Solent University

8. Food manufactured for food service – sponsored by Genon Laboratories
Aviko: Supercrunch Fries
Daura Damm: lager
Delicious Alchemy: Wheat & Gluten Free Mini Ginger Cake
Doves Farm: Chocolate Chip Flapjacks
Farm Frites: Hash Browns
Farm Frites: Mini mashed potato cubes
Good Deli Company: Gluten Free Fusilli
Heavenly Cakes: Betty Bakes Very Berry Flapjack Bites
Nairn’s: Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Biscuit Breaks
Pasta Italia: La Buona Vita Gluten Free lasagne
Pasta Italia: Le Conserve Della Nonna red pesto
Rule of Crumb: Chicken Goujons
Rule of Crumb: Choco Balls
Rule of Crumb: Part-Baked Bread Roll cook in packet
Venice Bakery: 12inch Frozen Free From Pizza Bases
Yumsh Snacks: The Story of When the Cheese Met The Onion
YumYum Bros: Oh My Goodness merry berry bar