Otterton Mill cafe strikes gold again
14:38 28 August 2014
Staff at Otterton Mill celebrate their Taste of the West Gold award.
Otterton Mill is celebrating a prestigious third gold award for its café-restaurant in this year’s Taste of the West awards.
To win gold, the mill was visited by a Taste of the West judge, who looked at all aspects of the cafe’s service, with the mill scoring highly across the board.
Caroline Spiller, who owns Otterton Mill with her husband, Simon, said: “We’re delighted to have won our third gold from Taste of the West. This is one of the top hospitality awards in the South West, and recognises the mill’s local sourcing practices, high food quality and friendly service.
“As ever, it’s a testament to the hard work and dedication of our café-restaurant team.”
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