HEAD COOK: You can tell from the scores on the doors mobile app that the Albion Hotel restaurant has a five star rating. Head cook Trish Owen says the restaurant has been operating for a month now and she’s hoping to develop a groundswell of loyal customers. IN Cootamundra there are 35 premises registered with the ‘Scores on the Doors’ mobile app.
The free application which was launched in NSW a month ago is a public canvas for the council’s Scores on Doors data.
Cootamundra Shire Council has done all of the hard work inspecting and rating restaurants, bakeries, pubs, takeaway stores, canteens and corner stores based on their food hygiene and safety standards.
The star rating reflects performance where five stars is ‘Excellent’, four stars is ‘Very Good’ and three stars is ‘Good’.
Only premises with at least a three star rating are visible on the mobile app.
There are a number of business owners in Cootamundra who are doing their utmost to attain that five-star rating.
Alicia Williams, owner and manager of the Thai and Asian restaurant, says she is willing to do whatever it takes to boost her rating from four to five stars.
“I have many loyal customers in town, and I hope that the Scores on the Doors app will bring more business here,” she said.
As the head chef at the Albion Hotel, Trish Owen can proudly say her restaurant has a five star rating.
It has been up and running for a month now.
Equipped with years of experience in the hospitality industry and a broad base of contacts, Trish is hoping the business will grow through word of mouth.
Her customers are the top priority, and Trish endeavours to provide personalised service.
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