The Guide also revealed its Editors’ Awards, recognising the chefs and restaurants that have excelled in their field.
James Close from the Raby Hunt in Durham was awarded Chef of the Year while Ben Murphy from The Woodford in South Woodford was named Chef to Watch.
Forest Side in Cumbria won Best New Restaurant Entry and Orwells in Oxfordshire was named in the special Editors’ Awards as Restaurant of the Year.
Elizabeth Carter said: “From yurts to campsites, bike shops to shipping containers, the vessel in which a good restaurant sails is no barrier to entry in our guide.
“We look for great food wherever we can find it – and that’s sometimes in highly unusual places. With an army of Good Food Guide readers on the ground, and our inspectors scouring the length and breadth of the UK, we check out as many recommendations as we can to make sure that no stone is unturned and no good eating opportunity missed; and this year we’ve found some excellent cooking in some very unexpected places, giving even greater choice to our readers.”