NASSAU, Bahamas (CMC) – The Bahamas says it is looking forward to strengthening its relationship with the People’s Republic of China across a wide-range including trade, technical exchange, education and tourism.
“Although The Bahamas and China are separated by great distance and cultural differences, th ...more »
The Chairman's Award: The Chairman's Award was presented to Mother's by Jamaica Observer chairman Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart (left) and was
accepted by company directors Adrian Foreman (second left), Richard Foreman and Carlysle Hudson.
Award: The Jamaica Broilers Group copped the Lifetime Achievement Award — President & CEO Christopher Levy (right) accepted
the award on behalf of the company from Adam Stewart, Jamaica Observer deputy chairman.
Special Award: Jamaica Observer CEO Ed Khoury (left) was delighted to present to Brian George, President & CEO, Supreme Ventures Limited
a special award in recognition of their 10th anniversary, outstanding commitment to the culinary industry, and support of the
Jamaica Observer Food Awards.
Best Service —
Toscanini Restaurant: Brian George, President & CEO, Supreme Ventures Limited, presented Lella Ricci Toscanini, director, with the award.
Best Jerk Spot — Scotchies: Barrington Chisholm, Supreme Ventures director, made the presentation to Fabian Brown, manager of Scotchies Montego Bay.
Best Lunch Spot — Spanish Court Hotel: Supreme Ventures director Steven
Hudson (left) presented Spanish Court
Hotel’s Front Office & Reservations
manager Andres Cope with the award.
Best New Food
WingKing: Food Awards judge Annaliesa Lindsay made this presentation to WingKing director Pastor Christopher Morgan.
Best Sunday Spot —
Boone Hall Oasis: Terri-Ann Miller, assistant marketing manager, VMBS, presented Stephen Jones, managing director of Boone Hall Oasis, with the award.
Best Vegetarian —
New Leaf: Terri-Ann Miller, assistant marketing manager, VMBS, was all smiles as she
presented the award to chef/patron, New Leaf — Paul Shoucair.
Best Coffee Spot —
Café Blue: Anya Schnoor, CEO Scotia Investments Ltd, made the presentation to Café Blue director Richard Sharp.
Best Dessert Spot —
Sugar & Spice: Lissant Mitchell, COO, Scotia Investments Ltd, presented the award to Sugar & Spice director Melissa Lowe.
Chef of The Year: Kevin Broderick (second right), Executive Chef - Rockhouse Negril, flanked by fellow nominees (from left): Alex Jackovleski, Executive Chef - Beaches Boscobel, Michael Dannecker, Executive Chef - Rosehall Resort, Montego
Bay and Stefan Spath, Executive Chef - Couples, Tower Isle, accepts his award from celebrity guest chef Roger Mooking. Missing from Thursday evening’s line-up was Round Hill Hotel & Villas Executive Chef Martin Maginley.
Most Romantic Restaurant — The Houseboat: Philanthropist Janette Stewart was delighted to make this presentation to Houseboat director Scott Stanley.
People's Choice Award
(Lunch under $500) —
Island Grill: Yendi Phillipps (right), Air Jamaica Global Ambassador, was only too happy to share in Island Grill CEO Thalia Lyn’s joy.
Best Kept Secret — M10: Matthew Hogarth (left), Food Awards judge, made this presentation to M10 proprietor Marvin Tenn.