firms named as finalists in Food and Drink Awards
Burnham-On-Sea businesses and groups are celebrating being named
as finalists for the 2016 Somerset Life Food and Drink Awards.
Mitre in College Street and The Chandni Indian restuarant in Burnham
High Street have been short-listed for the award for Best International
Restaurant of the Year.
Mckenzie from The White Horse Inn in Mark has been named as one
of the finalists in the running for the Best Chef of the Year award,
and the Best Somerset Sunday Roast title.
Burnham-On-Sea Food & Drink Festival has been named as one of
the three finalists for the title of Best Food Event of the Year.
said: "The Somerset Life Food & Drink Awards are designed
to champion, highlight and offer a showcase to the good and the
great from the region's food and drink industry. It includes local
producers and suppliers, small farming businesses, chefs, restaurants,
pubs and hoteliers, and people who care about the countryside and
the future of our local environment."
Food and Drink Festival co-organiser Bev Milner Simonds said: "It
is great to see four businesses local to Burnham-On-Sea featured
in the finalists list in four categories."
Mitre is at the heart of the festival area on College Street. We
think the festival is up against stiff competition from Taunton
Farmers' Market and Exmoor Food Festival. Thank you to those that
nominated the festival."
to all our friends and family for their support, plus all the volunteers,
traders, backers, chefs, supporters, legends and general awesome-bods
who help to make this happen twice a year. It's your festival -