Winners announced at the 2017 R&CA HOSTPLUS National Awards Melbourne gala
The nation’s restaurant, caterer and café of the year were revealed at the 2017 Savour Australia Restaurant & Catering HOSTPLUS National Awards, held at The Peninsula in Melbourne’s Docklands.
The Artisan Café in Blackwood, South Australia, was named 2017 Café of the Year. Sydney catering company Events By Aria took the gong for 2017 Caterer of the Year. The world-renowned Tetsuya’s Restaurant in Sydney is the 2017 Restaurant of the Year.
Restaurant & Catering (R&CA) CEO Juliana Payne congratulated each of the National Award winners on behalf of the Association, praising their individual contributions to Australia’s hospitality industry.
“The winners of this year’s Awards, both at a national and a state level, have each demonstrated sustained excellence in their craft which we are delighted to recognise here tonight.”
Don’t miss our exclusive interviews with the winners only in the November issue of Restaurant & Catering magazine—out soon.
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