As many of you will no doubt know, The Good Food Guide is an annual and independent guidebook to the best restaurants in the UK which has been published since 1951.

It was created by Raymond Postgate, an enthusiastic gourmand, who was appalled by the standard of contemporary catering and so recruited an army of volunteers to clandestinely visit and assess restaurants on the basis that, “You can corrupt one man. You can’t bribe an army!”
Still going strong and revered by foodies and chefs alike, today’s Good Food Guide brings together recommendations for 1,200 establishments nationwide. Most importantly it remains fiercely independent – with there being absolutely no advertising, sponsorship or fees for inclusion and with all of the inspections conducted anonymously.

So if you love dining at Alexander’s and believe we are worthy of a listing in this consummate and esteemed guide, then we kindly ask you to submit a review about us to the Good Food Guide website.

Restaurants are scored out of ten and we’d love to find out how we measure up!