Catering Platform Offers £500 To Review Vegan Food As The Scene 'Blows Up'

The role is open to flexitarians and meat eaters as well as veggies and vegans
Are you a passionate foodie with a bottomless stomach? (Photo: Matias Rengel)

Food enthusiasts have the opportunity to review London's best vegan dishes - and be paid £500 for it.

Because of the recent explosion in vegan food offerings across the capital, catering platform Feast It is looking for keen foodies to add their opinion to a guide on London's vegan food scene.

In order to apply, you have to sign up to online marketplace Airtasker and make an offer on the task. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to indulge in 10 vegan dishes from London's best street food vendors. Feast It is also offering to cover the cost of your friends food too, so you don’t have to dine alone.

‍The vegan food scene has blown-up in London over the last 12 months (Photo: Courtney Prather)

'Blown up'

Digby Vollrath is the Co-founder of Feast It, which makes event planning and catering easier, by offering a one-stop shop where you can discover, compare, and book the country's best catering without any hassle.

He said: "Nothing has blown up in quite the same way as vegan food has over the last 12 months. From smashed avocado to Southern Fried Seitan Burgers dripping in sauce, our clients can't get enough of all things vegan.

"We're looking for a passionate foodie to traipse across London gorging on the best vegan dishes money can buy, to once and for all compile London's ultimate top 10.

"All you need is a bottomless pit of a stomach and a real passion for food."

The closing date for application is the April 25 2018. You can find out more here

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