Last chance to book your table for the Caterer Awards 2018

The 10th annual awards will be held on Wednesday, May 9 at Waldorf Astoria, Dubai Palm Jumeirah

The winners assemble at the 2017 Caterer Middle East Awards.
The winners assemble at the 2017 Caterer Middle East Awards.

With less than a week to go, The Caterer Middle East Awards 2018 is fast approaching, with the last few seats remaining at the event, which is going to be held on May 9 at Waldorf Astoria, Dubai Palm Jumeirah.

The Awards is in its 10th year and recognises the efforts of individuals and teams across the F&B industry in the region, to push the growth of the sector. The shortlisted nominees were picked a panel of 10 judges from the regional F&B industry.

On the night, the winners and highly commended across 16 categories will be announced, ranging from Bartender of the Year, to Restaurant Team of the Year - Independent outlet, and from Chief Steward of the Year, to Restaurateur of the Year.

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Table bookings are still being accepted for the event, although space is now extremely limited. To secure your place at The Caterer Middle East Awards 2018, please contact Teri Dunstan via teri.dunstan@itp.com, or book directly through the event’s microsite.

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