Como trea­sures hospi­tal­ity awards

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Health -

COMO The Trea­sury was among the big win­ners of the 2016 Aus­tralian Ho­tels As­so­ci­a­tion (AHA) Hospi­tal­ity Awards for Ex­cel­lence at Crown Perth last month.

The venue, along with its restau­rants and chefs, took out six of the 42 awards pre­sented on the night, which recog­nised restau­rants, ho­tels, pubs, bars and tourism venues for their suc­cess and dedication to the in­dus­try.

Como The Trea­sury gen­eral man­ager An­neke Brown said the team was de­lighted to be recog­nised for its hard work.

“We are thrilled to be ac­knowl­edged by the Aus­tralian Ho­tels As­so­ci­a­tion WA in the Awards for Ex­cel­lence 2016,” she said.

“It is a credit to the whole team and the ser­vice they de­liver ev­ery day and they should feel very proud to be recog­nised along­side their peers in our in­dus­try.”

AHA (WA) chief ex­ec­u­tive Bradley Woods said the fu­ture of WA hospi­tal­ity was bright thanks to the high level of passion demon­strated by the staff and lead­ers of the busi­nesses named as fi­nal­ists and win­ners.

“WA’s ho­tels, bars and din­ing venues are play­ing an ever-in­creas­ing role in the state’s econ­omy and it’s im­por­tant to recog­nise the hard work of the peo­ple who make it all hap­pen,” he said.

Pe­ti­tion Beer Cor­ner won the Lion Bar Pre­sen­ta­tion and Ser­vice Award, Wild­flower took out the Pre­mium Restau­rant Award and Post won the Restau­rant Award.

The head chef award went to Wild­flower’s Steven Black, while the Cock­tail Bar­tender Award went to James Con­nolly of Long Chim.

The State Build­ings also won Perth’s Best Hospi­tal­ity Venue.

Pic­ture: An­drew Ritchie­mu­ni­ d462252

Award win­ners (from left) Kim Bren­nan, James Con­nolly, Josh Ed­meades, Steven Black and Jed Ger­rard.

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