The annual Cheshire Life Food and Drink Awards is a firm fixture in any culinary aficionado's calendar, where local cafés, bars and restaurants from around Cheshire are nominated for various awards.
A black tie dinner was held at the Carden Park Hotel where the nominees gathered for a three course dinner, followed by a prize ceremony where the winners were announced. As well as suppporting the 'Outstanding Customer Service Award', Porsche Centre Chester displayed a 911 and a Macan outside of the hotel and provided goody bags for each guest, which included Porsche merchandise.
Carl Hazelton, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre Chester presented the ‘Outstanding Customer Service Award' to the winner, The Blackberry Grove in New Brighton, Wirral. Carl commented: "I am delighted to present such an honourable award to a very deserving restaurant. The event was a fantastic success and we are look forward to next year's event already."
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