THE Catering Institute’s 36-year-old Gold Plate Awards for Dining Excellence took place on Monday night. The winners were:
Excellence in Health: Whiteman’s Abroad, Guildford.
Buffet/Self Service: Café at the Hyatt, Perth.
Ray Perry Family Dining: Hidden Valley, Pemberton.
Cafe Restaurant Country: Cape Lavender Gardens, Metricup.
Cafe/Restaurant within a Hotel/Tavern: Belmont Tavern.
Free Standing Cafe/Restaurant: Mille Café, Inglewood.
Steakhouse: Victoria Station, Burswood.
Tourist Restaurant: Cape Lavender, Metricup.
New Restaurant: Must Wine Bar, Highgate.
Unlicensed Dining: La Paris Brest, Kalamunda.
Unlicensed Asian: Thai Orchid, Mt Lawley.
Licensed Asian: Jade Court, Cottesloe.
Seafood Dining: Zafferano, Crawley.
Mediterranean Casual: Merrich Estate, Mediterrian Kitchen, Swan Valley.
Restaurant within a Winery: Xanadu Winery, Margaret River.
Restaurant within a Hotel/Tavern City/Metro: 210 Restaurant, Northbridge Hotel.
Restaurant within a Hotel/Tavern Country: “Ecetera”, Karratha International Hotel, Karratha.
Licensed Casual Dining, City/Metro: Chinios, Burswood.
Licensed Casual Dining, Country: Jolly Frog Café/Restaurant, Florida
Licensed Dining: The Oyster Bar, Meads, Mosman Park.
Prix d’ Honneur: Bay Cottage, Dunsborough.
The Catering Institute – Wine List of the Year: Must Wine Bar, Highgate.
Young Persons Waiting Competition 2003: 1st Place, Michael Britt, Windows, Burswood; 2nd Place, Kathleen Kakoschke, Hyatt Regency, Perth; 3rd Place, Dany Prayad, 210 Restaurant, Northbridge Hotel.
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