The Menu Awards
Top chef Jak O'Donnell tells Caroline Lindsay why she's thrilled to be hosting the Menu Food and Drink Awards once again.
It's the moment we've all been waiting for – it’s time to reveal the shortlist for The Courier Menu Food and Drink Awards 2019. Now in its second year, the aim of the event is to celebrate the outstanding talent across the region and it was obvious from all the entries that Courier Country has this in abundance.
Meet the five top chefs who will each cook a course at the prestigious Menu Food and Drink Awards at the Old Course on March 28.
As entries continue to flood in The Menu Food and Drink Awards 2019, Caroline Lindsay finds out what winning an award can do for your business
Entries for the Menu Food and Drink Awards 2019 close tomorrow so get your entry in NOW! Three of last year’s winners tell Caroline Lindsay what their awards mean to them.
Maria Watson runs Gordon’s Restaurant with rooms in Inverkeilor with son Garry. She recalls the moment they discovered they had won the coveted Restaurant of the Year Awards in 2018’s inaugural Menu Food and Drink Awards at the Old Course St Andrews.
As the closing date for the Menu Awards 2019 approaches, the winners of Pub of the Year 2018 tell Caroline Lindsay what the award means to them. Plus four great gin cocktails for New Year from Eden Mill.
If you’re the executive chef at a five-star hotel, golf resort and spa, chances are that every day is busy. But the run-up to Christmas sees Martin Hollis and his brigade of 35 chefs in overdrive.
As we look forward to the Menu Food and Drink Awards 2019, two students tell Caroline Lindsay why they have chosen a career in the hospitality industry.