It goes without saying that we love good food and drink. But we especially love good food and drink that has the potential to effect change.
So when we were choosing a way to reward those venues and businesses that make London so special, we could think of nothing better than to focus on those businesses who do good things in food and drink. Last year's Foodism 100 list, and the awards night, brought together some of London's most incredible food and drink venues and businesses, and this year's set to be bigger and better.
From the best restaurants with a sustainable edge to the cafés who are helping coffee farmers earn a fair wage, the social enterprises giving people a much-needed second chance and the street-food traders changing the way fast food impacts the environment, these awards represent the cream of the crop in London's sustainable and ethical food and drink scene.
Last year's Foodism 100 brought together some of London's most incredible food and drink venues and businesses, and this year's set to be bigger and better
- Best Casual Restaurant
- Best Fine-Dining Restaurant
- Best Bar
- Best Pub
- Best Café (sponsored by Heath & Heather)
- Best Pop-Up or Initiative
- Best Street-Food Trader
- Best Food Market (sponsored by Pic's Peanut Butter)
- Best Social Enterprise
- Positive Change Hero (sponsored by Karma Cola)
Once nominations close, our panel will review the entries, and we'll announce the shortlist of 100 in December. The ten category winners will then be announced at an event in January 2019 at Greenwich Market.
Only businesses with a London postcode will be eligible for entry. Got a favourite place you think deserves to be on the list? Make some noise on social media using the hashtag #Foodism100 and tell them!