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You Can Now Get Paid £1000 To Become A Brunch Taster – And It Sounds Like My Dream Job

By Laura Rogan

Dream job alert!

While brunch was previously reserved for the more cultured and Parisian among us, nowadays, it’s a proper British staple. Of course, we’ve added a boozy element to it in typical British fashion, but that’s not to say we don’t enjoy getting dressed up for a mid-morning meal without the prosecco on the side, too. In fact, we might well go as far as to say that brunch grub is one of our favourite types of grub – thanks to the meal championing the ethos of pretty much eating whatever you want for breakfast (we’re looking at you, Crazy Pedro’s). Now that’s an ethos we can get behind.

And while enjoying the delectable occasion on the reg can be a pretty expensive do, what if I told you you could actually get paid a whole grand for the pleasure of eating brunch? Yep, you read that right. 1000 dabs just for stuffing your face with your favourite food.

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Announcing their hunt for 10 ‘Brunch Testers’ to help them decide which are the very best brunches in the UK, Psydro – the world’s first social review platform – is currently hiring a lucky bunch of food lovers for the job, and it’s super easy to apply.

Accepting applications via their website, Psydro is specifically looking for people who’d be willing to munch on multiple brunches over the coming months, scoring each venue on a number of factors such as level of service, quality of food, range of menu, execution of dishes/drinks, environment, and the overall experience.

Little experience is required for the role, and all Psydro asks is that brunchers are over the age of 18, are happy to follow COVID-19 restrictions and can dedicate time over the next three months to complete the research, attending at least one bottomless brunch per week.

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Tony Ward, founder of Psydro, said: “As lockdown eases here in the UK and people flock to pubs and restaurants across the country, venues will be desperate to make sure they take advantage after a tumultuous twelve months. However, with the hospitality industry closed for such a long period of time, many people simply won’t know where the best venues are for their needs. Which is why, in part, we’ve decided to create a definitive list of the best bottomless brunches in the UK.

“For the last couple of years brunches have really begun to dominate the day-time hospitality sector – with thousands of people partaking in them every weekend, they have easily been the biggest food and drink trend in recent times. We hope that the “Brunch Testers” will help the UK public spend wisely!

“With the lockdown lift just around the corner we’re keen to get going on this as soon as possible, and are going to be selecting our 10 testers at the end of May. We can’t wait to see everyone’s applications – if you think you’ve got what it takes then we urge you to apply. Good luck!”

Applications are open here until May 31st, with all food and drink covered for the winning applicants. Reviewers are welcome to attend with friends, however, only the reviewers meals will be covered as part of the research.

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