Cape Restaurant wins at National Restaurant & Catering awards

RACV

Cape Restaurant

located at RACV Cape Schanck Resort has won a Silver National Award at the 2022 Australian Restaurant & Catering HOSTPLUS Awards for Excellence.

Located on the Mornington Peninsula, Cape Restaurant was named the best premium dining experience in regional Victoria.

Cape Restaurant was also nominated for the Best Restaurant Gold Award, which was taken out by Quay Restaurant in Sydney.

RACV Executive General Manager Leisure, Craig Peachey said this is another significant achievement for the team at Cape Restaurant and a testament to their ability to deliver one of Australia’s best fine dining experiences.

“I am immensely proud of the team at Cape Restaurant that has been recognised amongst the finest dining establishments in Australia,” said Mr Peachey.

“To be named the best premium dining experience in regional Victoria and to be nominated for a Gold Award alongside restaurants such as Quay and Society is a true honour.”

The Australian Restaurant & Catering HOSTPLUS Awards for Excellence program formally recognises hospitality operators across a broad range of categories who consistently provide exceptional service and demonstrate culinary excellence in their respective fields.

Restaurant & Catering (R&CA) President Mike Palmer congratulated each of the winners on behalf of the Association, recognising their significant contributions to the Australian hospitality sector.

“R&CA’s Awards for Excellence is one of the most important nights in the hospitality calendar. It is always such an amazing experience to recognise some of the state’s finest hospitality businesses who showcase the very best our industry has to offer”, Mr Palmer said.

The awards are the only program in Australia where the judging criteria is determined by consumers, who rank what is important to them in the dining experience. The awards are then determined by independent judges who anonymously visit the venues.

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