AN Italian restaurant in Kirkintilloch has been named the best tourism and hospitality business in East Dunbartonshire.
Nonna’s Kitchen picked up the trophy at the recent East Dunbartonshire Business Awards.
Hosted by East Dunbartonshire Council, the awards scheme rewards businesses and organisations in a range of different sectors.
Peter Di Ciacca, director of Nonna’s Kitchen parent company Riva Restaurants, described the award win as “prestigious” for the firm.
“It is fantastic that we have been recognised for our success and achievements at Nonna’s Kitchen,” he said.
As well as Nonna’s Kitchen, Riva’s properties include Bothwell outlets Riva, Rosso, Camphill Vaults and the recently-opened Riverbank in Kilmarnock.
Councillor Alan Moir of East Dunbartonshire Council said: “Nonna’s Kitchen, along with all of the winners of this year’s awards, have shown the innovation, determination and hard work that are vital to East Dunbartonshire’s economy.”
Other categories at the awards included Independent Retailer, Startup Business and Community Champion.