There has been a relatively new appointment of Management at the Breakfast Point Country Club with Melodie Reddy now at the helm.

By way of introduction the following summarises Melodies expertise:

Melodie has worked in the hospitality industry for the past twenty five years, twelve of which were spent in senior food and beverage management roles with ANA, Hilton and Intercontinental hotel groups. In various roles Melodie has worked in many environments ranging from fine dining to events & conferences as well as involvement in both bars & clubs.

Melodie comes from a hospitality family with her father & sister also being involved in various clubs in the Sydney region.

Interstingly Melodie managed the catering staff at the media village for the 2000 Olympic Games. Melodie is also a member of the Sommeliers Association and receieved excellent editorial mentions for the wines by glass menu at the San Francisco Grill.

It would no doubt be agreed that the Breakfast Point Country Club is indeed fortunate to have Melodie’s expertise guiding the Club.

Melodie looks forward to seeing you at the Club!

 

1 comment

  • Janet Taylor

    Hello,
    My daughter and I have just left the club, Sunday 18th August,1.30 pm,after being virtually shouted down by waiter, coffee girl and manager because we complained and had to leave without eating our ordered lunch. I would like an IOU for the burger my daughter didn’t get. She was on her way to work and we called in for Yellowglen and burger as we often do in the week. We are always supporting the club and were advised to try the weekend for food. Never again. We arrived and listened to waiters and manager??? asking each other if they could serve us as ‘walk-ins’. We were only intending to be quick and were accosted about where we would sit and what table number and ‘sit down and we will take your order’. We said we will order and pay now and took our drinks with us. Then we sat for 50 minutes while everyone bumbled around and our order never came. We asked for an IOU as we had to leave and the hostility was palpable. Even the manager questioned us and made excuses that ‘they were busy’. A simple sorry might have been professional. Hostility and abuse? Inept and outrageous behaviour and that is why this club will never get off the ground. We have been patient and understanding too many times. My daughter is on her way to work now,in the service industry,food and wine,and is very hungry.
    Janet Taylor. 24/26-28 Admiralty Drive, Camellia.

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