F&B industry awaits results of the Caterer Awards 2018

The winners will be revealed at a gala ceremony tonight (May 9) at the Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah

Will you be a winner tonight?
Will you be a winner tonight?

Sister title Caterer Middle East will be hosting its tenth annual awards tonight (May 9), where the regional F&B industry's finest will be lauded.

To check out the entire shortlist, head over to Caterer Middle East's website for more!

Taking place at at the Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah from 7pm, this year's awards are supported by: platinum sponsor Emaar Hospitality Group; category sponsors A.Ronai, A&T Group Interiors, Bragard, Precision Refrigeration and TSSC; dessert sponsors EMF, Cacao Barry, Callebaut; photobooth sponsor Mintano by Sketches; social media partner Tint; water sponsor Acqua Panna and San Pellegrino; and beverage sponsors MMI, Campari, Fever Tree, and Skyy Vodka.

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