You can get paid £ 1,000 to try Britain’s best bottomless brunches
Most people like to go out for brunch, especially when it’s bottomless.
So what if we told you that you could get paid £ 1,000 to do it as a job?
Well, that’s exactly what we’re telling you.
Online review platform Psydro is looking for a team of 10 foodies from different parts of the UK to try out a variety of top-rated Bottomless Brunches and get paid big to do so.
The platform is set to create a definitive map outlining the UK’s best unlimited brunches and has started research with the aim of creating a definitive list by the end of September.
As hospitality begins to reopen as lockdown rules ease, the brand hopes to help Brits find the best places for brunch, as well as recognize some of the places that have struggled over the years. Last 12 months.
The company is recruiting a team of people to become the world’s premier “brunch testers”.
These testers will receive free food and drink, as well as the £ 1,000.
The research comes after an increase in Google search data around terms like “bottomless brunch near me.”
In response to this, Psydro wants to help the UK public find the best places for brunch, while supporting and recognizing hospitality venues across the UK.
Applicants must have easy access to the various sites in the selected region and will have to spend one day every weekend for three months “brunch”.
“Brunch testers” should also have strong writing skills in English, in order to write a full report on each brunch.
Each report should include details on the level of service, quality of food, range of menus, execution of dishes / drinks, environment and overall experience.
The tester should also give each bottomless brunch a 5-star rating.
Applicants must live in the UK and be at least 18 years old, and must follow all Covid-19 rules / restrictions in each region.
Applications for the position close on May 31.
From June 31 to the end of September, the selected “brunch testers” will have to test one unlimited brunch per week.
The cost of food and drink will be covered by Psydro for the tester and a friend, but only the designated tester will be paid for their services.
With 10 “brunch testers” reviewing one brunch per weekend for three months in total, Psydro hopes to have a total of 120 brunches reviewed by the end of the program, enough to create a definitive list of the top 100 brunches in the country.
Tony Ward, founder of Psydro, said: “As the lockdown loosens here in the UK and people flock to pubs and restaurants across the country, places will be desperate to make sure they do. profit after twelve tumultuous months.
“However, with the hospitality industry shut down for such a long time, many people simply won’t know where the best sites are for their needs.
“That’s why, in part, we’ve decided to create a definitive list of the best bottomless brunches in the UK.”
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He added: “Over the past couple of years, brunches have really started to dominate the daytime hospitality industry – with thousands of people participating every weekend, they’ve easily been the biggest trend in the world. matters of food and drink lately.
“We hope the ‘brunch testers’ will help the British public to spend wisely!
“With the lifting of the lockdown fast approaching, we want to start as soon as possible and we will be selecting our 10 testers at the end of May.
“We can’t wait to see everyone’s nominations. If you think you have what it takes, we invite you to apply. Good luck ! “
All details on the job offer can be viewed here.