By Taste Cheshire - 5th February 2018 6:07am
We are a little late in bringing this Taste Cheshire Food Awards voting to our readers' attention, but there is still plenty of time to vote before voting closes on March 2nd
Voting began on Friday 19th January for the Taste Cheshire Food and Drink Awards 2018. We are looking to you, the people of Cheshire to nominate your favourite establishment from across the county, in the categories that are most applicable.
Last year the awards exceeded 45,000 votes, more than ever before and organisers can't wait to see what happens over the next 6 weeks of voting. Taste Cheshire Events Manager, Briony Wilson said "Over the past 19 years the awards have become overwhelmingly popular amongst voters, and can be seen by many as a benchmark of quality right across Cheshire. The food and drinking scene in our area has such a buzz to it and we believe our awards reflect the incredible standard on offer. Cheshire truly is The County of Food and Drink. At Taste Cheshire we are proud to be able to shout about our venues and to honour those at the pinnacle of their profession"
The process to vote is simple and we encourage you to vote for your favourite place in each category by going on line to www.tastecheshire.com and visiting the awards page. Voting is free so get involved now. You can vote for whomever you wish in every category, but only one voting form will register from each computer.
When the voting finishes on the 2nd of March Taste Cheshire will name the four/five nominations in each category who will be mystery dined by a panel of industry judges. These judges will then complete a report on each venue, which becomes available to the venue after the winners have been announced, showing how their business was judged.
The 2018 winners will be crowned at the gala dinner on the 4th April which will be held at the Pavilion at Chester Racecourse.
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