20 April 2007

How RiotACT got me free food

| Maelinar
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One day I clicked an ad on this very site that seemed interesting – the one that says free dining in Canberra, which I presume everybody else reckons is a hoax because it links to mysterydining.co.uk and since they are a UK based firm, they don’t need any people in Canberra.

Well that’s wrong.

They’re actually pretty anxious to get people on their books, and once you have done their tests, you get to become one of Canberra’s mystery dining hordes, dining for free, as they reimburse you completely for the meal you consume (I didn’t post this until I verified this).

I got a mystery dine straight away, with an international food chain that has an outlet here in Canberra, lets just say it started with a ‘W’ and ended with ‘agamama’, in the Canberra Centre.

So if you are a Canberra Restraunt and want to know what your food is like – register and they will send a few of us along.

If you are a RiotACTer that likes food, likes rating food, or genuinely wants to help make a difference (or just like anything that is immediately proceeded with the word ‘free’) – get in quick.

As I got a free feed out of the deal, I don’t think it is appropriate to give any advice here about the quality of the food I got on account of I’m biased. Stay tuned for more Laksa sightings though.

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Umm, so ?

Is there any value to your post or are you just posting for postings sake ?

So what if free food doesn’t interest you. Go elsewhere troll.

I’m no expert on the history of chain restaurants, but it seems to me that the number of British-based chain restaurants that have a presence in Canberra, and thus would be of interest to a UK-based mystery dining company, could be counted on one finger.

Personally, I don’t consider dining free at Wagamama to be a particularly good deal.

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