A Scottish shortlist for the Uber Eats 'Restaurant of the Year Awards' has been announced today and we're proud to see some of our favourite local spots have made the cut.

Having proven themselves as some of the country's finest, the eateries will now battle it out for public votes to try and secure their place in the final.

The overall winners of the competition will win £100,000 to help build their business.

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Glasgow Times:

The full selection of Glasgow businesses in the running for the next stage of the competition includes Bread Meats Bread, Yippon Sushi, Crazy Wok, Mother India and Julie's Kopitiam.

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The restaurant with the most votes from the Scottish regional heat will be invited to attend a judging day where their food will be sampled by an expert panel including Dame Prue Leith.

Glasgow Times: Pictured: Dame Prue Leith will sit on the judging panelPictured: Dame Prue Leith will sit on the judging panel

She said: “Opening your own restaurant is desperately hard work, nerve-wracking and expensive.

"But there are few things as exciting and satisfying. I’m delighted to work with Uber Eats to crown their first Restaurant of the Year and shine a light on some extraordinary people and restaurants.

"They are the future of the industry.

"I’m looking forward to discovering pioneers across the UK and Ireland and of course to eating some amazing food.”

To show your favourite takeaway some support be sure to vote before the closing date of June 16.

To vote now click here.