So yeah, you've probably guessed by now that we're pretty into our food and drink. And not just any food and drink – our favourite kind is the grub that has real the potential to effect positive change.

So, when team Foodism began cooking up a way to reward the very venues and businesses that make London so special, we could think of nothing better than to focus on the businesses that not only serve great food and drink, but are doing good things with their businesses, too. The previous two years of Foodism 100, and the awards nights, brought together some of London's most incredible food and drink venues and businesses. This year's set to be bigger and better.

The Foodism 100 brings together some of London's most incredible food and drink venues and businesses, and this year is 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.

The categories

We'll be judging nominations for sustainable, ethical and responsible venues and businesses across the following categories:

Best Casual Restaurant

Venues serving food, which are approachably priced

Best Fine-Dining Restaurant

Restaurants who pride themselves on upmarket food and drink and silver service

Best Bar 

Venues devoted to serving wine and cocktails

Best Pub or Taproom

Boozers in the British tradition and taprooms at breweries

Best Café or Bakery

Venues dedicated to daytime eating, tea and coffee and bakeries

Best Pop-Up or Initiative

Temporary or semi-permanent food and drink venues or initiatives – set up by individuals, groups or companies – that aim to promote ethical and sustainable eating and drinking

Best Street-Food Trader

Businesses making food and drink to sell at street-food and farmers' markets

Best Food Market 

Farmers' markets, street-food venues – anywhere designed to house pop-up traders

Best Social Enterprise

People-focused businesses built from the ground to achieve positive change

Positive Change Hero

An individual working in any sector of sustainable and ethical food and drink who's driving the movement forward

Your nomination

Nominating your venue or business takes a few minutes and is done via a simple form.

Once nominations close, our panel will review the entries, and we'll announce the shortlist of 100 in January. The ten category winners will then be announced at an event on 25 March 2020 at Old Spitalfields Market.

Nominate your venue or business here 

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!