July 21, 2016
Spicers Retreats Queensland Chefs (L-R): Ash Martin (Homage), Cameron Matthews (The Long Apron), Will Wallace (The Balfour Kitchen), Dan Jarrett (The Tamarind) & Doug Innes-Will (The Peak)
Spicers Retreats have further cemented their position as one of the leading restaurant brands in Australia overnight, maintaining seven Chefs Hats, spread across all of their Queensland properties in the Brisbane Times 2017 Good Food Guide.
Managing Director of Spicers Retreats, David Assef, said he was thrilled to see the brands culinary offering recognised across the board at the prestigious awards, particularly during Good Food Month.Having previously held an impressive seven hats across four of its properties restaurants – The Long Apron, The Tamarind, The Peak and Homage – the brand built on previous successes across the board last night – including the first Hat for New Farm based restaurant, The Balfour Kitchen.
“We are passionate about providing guests at all Spicers Retreats with a gastronomic experience that is unique to the location they are visiting,” he said.
“We strive to offer guests at our restaurants meals that are inspired by stunning natural surrounds, as well as the best of local produce sourced by our chefs on a daily basis, and culinary experiences crafted through creativity and collaboration between our chefs, sommeliers, producers and suppliers.”
The Brisbane Times Good Food Guide Chef Hats are awarded annually in the Good Food Guide, with Queensland’s top restaurants recognised for their outstanding contribution to the development of the state’s foodie scene.
Spicers Tamarind Retreat
Spicers Balfour Hotel
Spicers Hidden Vale
Spicers Peak Lodge
Spicers Clovelly Estate