Feedback is icing on cake
LYNN Bryson was tickled pink last weekend when she flicked through The Courier-Mail to find her name plastered all over the review section.
Writer Alison Cotes had trekked to the Rose City to indulge in what Warwick had on offer and stopped in at Bryson's Place, unbeknown to staff until the next day, to share her thoughts on the cafe with the rest of the state.
"We didn't know it was happening until she came in the next morning and introduced herself," Mrs Bryson said.
As a travelling food and holiday writer, many hold their breath after an encounter with Ms Cotes, and hope for a positive critique.
Mrs Bryson said she was pleased with their review, and was happy Ms Cotes had enjoyed her experience.
"She liked the ambiance of the place and what it all combines with the food and the gifts and flowers," Mrs Bryson said.
"A lot of hard work has gone into this place, so it's nice to be appreciated."
Head chef Narelle Moller was excited to read Ms Cotes had loved her cakes.
"I was pleased about the write-up, I mean she goes all over Queensland and she chose to come here," Mrs Moller said.
CEO of Warwick Tourism and Events Tracy Vellacott said this sort of report was a huge boost for the town and tourism in the area.