Sep 4, 2012

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The Good Food Guide awards its first perfect 10 in six years

The Good Food Guide awards its first perfect 10 in six years

Since Heston Blumenthal won the coveted perfect 10 score from the Good Food Guide back in 2006, there has not been another to rival its success. In fact there have only ever been seven restaurants to achieve this since the introduction of the Good Food Guide scoring system back in 1998. But now there is a new culinary star in existence. Chef Simon Rogan’s restaurant L’Enclume set deep in the heart of Cartmel in Cumbria has just risen to the highest heights of the British food scene. Having opened the restaurant in an 800-year old forge back in 2003, Rogan has already gained quite a reputation for his food, earning himself a Michlein star in 2008 for his innovative and exciting flavor combinations. In the new 2013 Good Food Guide dining at L’Enclume is described as “a perfectly choreographed experience” and listed as the number two spot right behind Blumenthal’s Fat Duck. Compared to the fame and fortune of his chief competitor, Rogan is relatively unknown, something that is now sure to change following the announcement of this prestigious culinary honour. With both beautiful surroundings and fantastic food on offer at L’Enclume, this little Cumbrian restaurant is tipped to be the next big thing.

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