The Stokehouse wins the esteemed Gault&Millau ‘Yellow Rose Award’

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By Renee Burns-Woods

Gault&Millau, the renown and respected international food guide that launched into Melbourne and Sydney, for official release, on Tuesday the 11th of November 2014 (with an impressive launch party to be envied), recently announced the Stokehouse as the winner of their prestigious ‘Yellow Rose Award’.

To be celebrated – the award recognises the many challenges overtaken by chefs and restaurateurs in the face of riding the often rollercoaster, and sometimes unexpected, hospitality wave.  Gault&Millau Chief Australian Judge, Mark Dorrell, alongside Gault&Millau Fritz Gubler, awarded the Stokehouse their accolade on the night. Anthony Mussarra and Oliver Gould took the honour.

The award further compliments the ‘awarding of hats’ – the rating system Gault&Millau use to critique restaurants, out of five hats –which relentlessly acts to uncover the best dinning establishments Melbourne and Sydney has to offer.  ‘Vue de mond’ won the most granted hats recognition and praise. Cory Cambpell and Benjamin Cooper accepted the award.

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