Best Young Talent, Front of House Award

The Best Young Talent, Front of House Award, sponsored by Eden Public Relations.

Whatever industry you’re in, you hope that you give and therefore you expect… great service.

In the hospitality industry, service can make or break a venue.  Yes you want tasty, sometimes creative, food; a varied choice of drinks; value for money might play a part; but always, always, you expect good service.

As an industry, it’s not just important, but essential that restaurants and bars offer good service, so it’s also important that we promote that within the Nottingham Restaurant & Bar Awards. But Best Young Talent, Front of House, isn’t just about doing the essentials well, it’s about going the extra mile; attention to detail, making the customer feel valued, the relationship you build – and retain – with the customer, turning walk-ins into regulars and great customer service can do just that.

Recognising and rewarding the youngsters that are doing just that on a regular basis for their venues, we were delighted to receive so many entries for this Award and after much deliberation by industry experts, our final four were arrived at.  Our finalists, who were all judged at their place of work, were;

Guy Jamson, 21 years old, from Langar Hall

Hannah Lees, age 23, from Perkins Bar & Bistrot in Plumtree

Joseph Peck, also 21, from World Service

Daiva Steponaviciute, 23 years old, from La Rock in Sandiacre

All our industry judges were impressed with each and every one of the finalists but there can only be one winner.  To find out who that winner is, make sure you visit our website on the 1st February, following the Awards Ceremony on the 31st January.

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