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Hardens Top 100 Changes - February 2022

Hardens annual poll of diners surveys thousands of participants which, as curated by the editors, form the basis for the inclusions and ratings in the guide. 2017 was the first year the Harden's 100 list of top restaurants had been published independently from The Sunday Times Top 100. Below are the latest changes from February 2022.

Hardens Top 100 New Entries

3
London
14
Nottingham
17
London
18
Liverpool
21
London
23
Edinburgh
24
London
27
London
30
Ripley
31
London
33
London
36
Grasmere
43
London
44
London
48
London
49
Port Isaac
50
London
51
London
55
Cheltenham
56
Wall
58
Skipton
59
Glasgow
62
Bruton
65
London
66
London
68
London
72
London
73
London
76
London
77
London
80
Bristol
84
London
86
London
87
London
88
London
90
London
92
London
96
London
97
York
98
Holt

Hardens Top 100 Ranking Improved

1
Nottingham
2
Birmingham
6
Exmouth
7
Machynlleth
11
Winteringham
13
Dorking
20
St Andrews
22
London
25
Cranbrook
26
London
34
Blackburn
38
Blakeney
41
Whitstable
42
London
45
London
47
London
53
Monmouth
63
London
64
London
71
York
75
Mountsorrel
78
Cambridge

Hardens Top 100 Ranking Declined

9
Manchester
10
London
12
London
16
Ormskirk
19
Cartmel
28
Birkenhead
32
Oakham
40
Manchester
46
Cheltenham
52
London
54
Canterbury
57
Newcastle Upon Tyne
69
London
70
Darlington
74
Port Isaac
79
East Grinstead
93
Ambleside
95
London
100
Birmingham

Hardens Top 100 Removed From List

London
Ooty [CLOSED]
London
Liverpool
Jersey
Broadstairs
Edinburgh
AW Restaurant at The Westbury Mayfair Hotel [CLOSED]
London
London
Bury St Edmunds
Street XO [CLOSED]
London
Restaurant MCR [CLOSED]
Manchester
Epsom
London
The Blackbird [CLOSED]
Bagnor
Sowerby Bridge
London
Wyke Regis
Sheffield
London
Kirkby Lonsdale
Bristol
London
London
London
Texture [CLOSED]
London
Ilkley
Amersham
London
London
London
Indian Accent [CLOSED]
London
Maos [CLOSED]
London
Roganic [CLOSED]
London
The Frog Hoxton [CLOSED]
London
Umu
London
Hove
Henley-on-thames
London