Peppers Hidden Vale savours Queensland restaurant success
15 September 2009
ELEGANT South East Queensland Country retreat, Peppers Hidden Vale, has added another prestigious dining crown to its collection, winning Best Hotel Restaurant at last night’s Queensland Restaurant & Catering awards in Brisbane.
Peppers Hidden Vale continued its winning way after taking the Darling Downs Restaurant of the Year and Best Hotel Restaurant awards at the regional finals in June to claim the coveted state title at the gala black tie function at Hillstone, St Lucia.
More than 500 leading restaurateurs and caterers representing the Darling Downs, North Queensland, the Gold Coast, Far North Queensland, Sunshine Coast and Brisbane vied for supremacy on the night, celebrating the culinary diversity of the State.
General Manager of Peppers Hidden Vale, Grace Bainbridge, said the Queensland title was a fitting tribute to the hard work, dedication and commitment to excellence by all connected with the retreat’s Cotton’s Restaurant.
Under the guidance of experienced master chefs dedicated to ensuring guests enjoy an incredible gastronomic experience, Cotton’s takes great delight in showcasing the world class produce that the Lockyer Valley and Darling Downs are renowned for – it’s signature Wagyu beef being a highlight.
Exuding old world charm and elegance in a stunning natural environment, Peppers Hidden Vale offers the ideal haven to relax, rewind and reconnect with the simple things in life.
Surrounded by picturesque mountains and valleys in South East Queensland Country, the boutique retreat is situated on an authentic 12,000 acre cattle station providing an insight to Australia’s iconic bush life with an indulgent touch.
Whether it’s a romantic escape or an action packed family adventure, Peppers Hidden Vale caters for all tastes offering charming heritage-style accommodation, award-winning dining, rejuvenating massage treatments and wide range of leisure activities.
For additional information log onto www.hiddenvalelodge.com.au