THREE northern suburbs venues are finalists in the Catering Institute of Australia WA’s annual Gold Plate Awards.
Those vying for the award at the November 14 event are Joondalup’s Bailey Bar and Bistro for best family dining, Roma Republic in Craigie for the coffee shop category and Chilli Farms Restaurant in Woodvale for best licensed Indian.
Bailey Bar and Bistro owner Debbie Elliott said the restaurant had won the family dining category at the Australia Hotels Association WA’s awards in 2012 and 2013.
“We have been so excited and even more driven to ensure that we provide good food, value for money and great live entertainment that caters for all ages,” she said.
“To be nominated as one of six finalists in Perth, we do consider a major achievement.
“We are very excited at receiving recognition from an institute that is highly regarding in the hospitality industry.”
A host of northern suburbs venues are also finalists in the Australia Hotels Association WA’s Hotel and Hospitality Awards for Excellence on November 7.
The Duke Bar and Bistro in Carramar leads the nominations with five, followed by three for Mindarie Marina and The Breakwater.
The Bailey Bar and Bistro, Indian Ocean Brewing Company, Kingsway Bar and Bistro, Greenwood Hotel, Ashby Bar and Bistro and Currambine Bar and Bistro are each vying for two awards and The Boat, Wanneroo Villa Tavern and The Carine have one nomination.
Staff from The Carine, Greenwood Hotel, Kingsway Bar and Bistro and The Breakwater are also up for awards.