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Top chef to host awards

PUBLISHED: 09:41 18 April 2008 | UPDATED: 09:30 12 August 2010

TOP celebrity chef Jean-Christophe Novelli (pictured) will be guest host at Archant London s prestigious Food and Drink Awards 2008. Entries for the competition are now open for the prestigious awards, supported by Anthony Worrell Thomson and Aldo Zilli

TOP celebrity chef Jean-Christophe Novelli (pictured) will be guest host at Archant London's prestigious Food and Drink Awards 2008.

Entries for the competition are now open for the prestigious awards, supported by Anthony Worrell Thomson and Aldo Zilli in previous years.

They have been designed to celebrate the diversity and excellence of eatery establishments across London. Since they were introduced in 2005 we have seen hundreds of restaurants and bars across the capital battle it out to become outright winner of each of the 16 categories.

This year guest host and award-winning chef Jean-Christophe Novelli will present awards at the Radisson Hotel, Portman Square, London on September 7. He is a Michelin and 5AA Rosetee award-winning chef whose attributes include AA Chef's Chef of the Year, European Chef of the year finalist - representing Great Britain - and the prestigious Egon Ronay Dessert of the Year.

His Novelli Academy Cookery School is placed in the top 25 in the world. This event is not to be missed. The closing date for nominations is Friday, May 2.

To find out more visit www.london24.com/londonfooddrinkawards.

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