FOURTH GOLD PLATE FOR TRAINEES
IT might be run by apprentice chefs, trainees and other food trade students but the Bentley Pines Restaurant has won a second consecutive Gold Plate.
Polytechnic West’s training restaurant won a Gold Plate in the Best Restaurant in a Training Establishment category and has won the award four times in the last seven years, previously winning in 2008, 2009 and 2013.
“In the Bentley Pines, we have world-class facilities complemented by lecturers with years of industry experience, who keep abreast of the latest industry trends through working closely with Perth’s leading hospitality and restaurant employ- ers” Polytechnic West managing director Jill Jamieson said.
“The end result is a fantastic training restaurant that enables students to put their skills into practice in a real workplace, offering the community a wide selection of dining options and top quality service.”
The Gold Plate Awards has been conducted by The Catering Institute of Australia since 1967.
The Bentley Pines offers diners an array of culinary options.
It hosts events such as the Great Chefs & Great Wines dinner series, which involves guest chefs from high profile restaurants taking charge of the kitchen and student-chefs for a night to deliver patrons an exciting dining experience.
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