Tearoom shortlisted for food award

PUBLISHED: 16:00 08 October 2015

The Grand Pier's Tiffany's Tearoom has been shortlisted for a food and drink award.

The Grand Pier's Tiffany's Tearoom has been shortlisted for a food and drink award.

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A WESTON-SUPER-MARE attraction known for its thrilling rides has also been recognised for the quality food and drink it provides to visitors.

The Grand Pier’s Tiffany Tearoom has been shortlisted for a food and drink award.

The Edwardian-style restaurant overlooks the Bristol Channel and offers a range of high-quality food.

Now its use of local produce and its talented chefs have been recognised in this year’s Somerset Life Food and Drink Awards.

The tearoom is one of three finalists in the Best Coffee Shop and Tearoom category.

The pier’s general manager Paul Charalambous said: “We are absolutely delighted that Tiffany’s has been shortlisted for this prestigious title and we thank everyone who took the time to offer us their nomination.”

Somerset Life editor Charlotte Skidmore said: “Our judging panel deliberated hard over the entries, all of which were worthy nominees.”

The finalists will all attend an awards ceremony held at Junction 24, near Bridgwater, on October 23.

Mrs Skidmore said: “Those nominated are all voted for by our readers, and the recognition the awards offer make a fantastic and positive impact to local businesses.”


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