DesignMyNight Are Hiring The World’s First ‘Sushi Brunch Tester’, With £1,000 Up For Grabs

In 2023, DesignMyNight have seen a 500% increase in searches for sushi brunches on the site compared to the same period last year and with £1,000 up for grabs, plus plenty of mouthwatering hotspots to choose from, there’s no better time to bag this dream opportunity. 

DesignMyNight, the UK’s leading hospitality discovery platform, are on the hunt for a brand new ‘Sushi Brunch Tester’ after the success of their ‘Taco Tester’ initiative last year. The campaign, which is a world first, gives food fanatics a chance to indulge in and review the best sushi brunches across the UK.

The chosen ‘Sushi Brunch Tester’ will receive a £1,000 prize. That’s right – not only will the tester get to enjoy delicious sushi, but they’ll also be rewarded for it. You can check out some of the most banging sushi brunches on offer across the UK here.

If you’re a keen bruncher (and consider yourself a sushi specialist) then this is your sign to apply. Aside from the taste testing,you’ll also get the chance to write a review of your experiences which will then be published on the DesignMyNight website for all 3.9 million monthly users to see.

The team are looking for someone with a discerning palate and a love of all things brunch, as well as a talent for writing. If you’re the type of person who can tell the difference between uramaki, nigiri, and sashimi, then keep reading. To nab the title of the world’s first sushi brunch tester, all you need to do is fill out a short Typeform application and explain why you’re the perfect person for the gig. If you believe you’ve got what it takes, apply here by midnight on Sunday 23rd April (T&Cs apply).

Anisah Audu-Evans, Managing Editor for DesignMyNight, said:At DesignMyNight, we love a good brunch. And these days, UK restaurants are going beyond the standard eggs and bloody mary combination we’ve been used to. In the last year, we’ve seen over 100,000 searches for sushi brunches on, proving that this trend isn’t going away any time soon.

She continues: “From bottomless salmon sashimi and kimchi rolls in Leeds to Manchester spots serving tiger prawn nigiri washed down with cocktails, we’re on the hunt to find the UK’s best places for a sushi brunch. We need a Sushi Brunch Tester who shares our same passion for hospitality, and can help us uncover more local restaurants and hidden gems across the country.”

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