foodService Dish of the Year 2016 awards
The annual foodService Dish of the Year awards are back!
We’re looking to celebrate the stand-out dishes that grace Australia’s menus, and reward the innovators who are taking the country’s food to the next level.
Do you have a knockout dish set to steal the crown in 2016?
Thanks to our partners Fonterra, Peerless foodservice, Speedibake and Tip Top, we’ll be searching the country far and wide to find the best in class – the Best Burger, Best Fish & Chips, Best Pizza and Best Breakfast Roll.
Whether you’re a chef with a coveted chef's hat, or no apron at all, you can enter. It’s all about your top dish and whether it sings out above all others.
The winner in each category will be profiled in front of 13,000 of their peers in foodService magazine and online, with the champions taking home invaluable industry recognition and exposure.
It’s easy to enter and you can enter one or all four categories. You can even nominate a dish from another restaurant that you think is the best.
Best Burger: With burgers, the options are endless, from old-school milk bar renditions to pulled pork sliders, fish burgers or even vegetarian. What makes your burger the best of the best?
Best Fish & Chips: It’s one of the all-time classic combos, with choice of fish, type of batter and cut of chip making all the difference. Why is your fish & chips Australia’s ultimate?
Best Pizza: Authentic, inspired, thin versus thick crust, lots of topping or spare – a lot of thought goes into each pizza. Is your pizza the perfect combination?
Best Breakfast Roll: Some argue it’s the most important meal of the day. So does your breakfast roll do justice to this meal’s importance?
To enter, you simply nominate your favourite dish you simply provide the name, a brief description of the dish, and the name of the restaurant or cafe that offers it up. Entry’s will be shortlisted, and dishes from the shortlist sampled by our judging panel.
ENTER ONLINE HERE
Or email entries to email@example.com, subject line ‘Dish of the Year’
Entries close: 30 April 2016.
A dish only needs to be nominated once to be considered. Dishes entered more than once will not be considered more than dishes nominated fewer times, or only once.