The Clubs NSW Perfect Plate competition is well underway and the kitchens are smelling sensational at Crescent Head Country Club.
The promotion commenced on March 22 and ends June 21 with Bumpa (Wayne Brown) putting forward his salt and pepper squid while Vick is cooking a Kung Bon Chilli Chicken.
Both eateries will be competing with over 100 clubs in the state.
"You buy the dish you get a receipt as a customer and there's a QR code where you scan then vote on it and give it so many stars," Colan Ryan, Secretary Manager of the Crescent Country Club, said.
"Then it's a competition on who has the best dish in NSW."
While Bumpa's dish will make your mouth water, Vick's chilli chicken has a touch of royalty to it.
"Vick told me that dish in China is what they use for the emperor, it's a royal dish," Mr Ryan added.
Customers also go in the chance of winning up to $2500 in dining vouchers.
The entrant with highest overall score based on votes by patrons will each win a Perfect Plate 2021 plaque and certificate.
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