Become a Great Food Club Secret Diner

Published on July 21, 2014

Great Food Club has launched a Secret Diner Scheme. Anyone can contribute and potentially win some mouthwatering prizes.

HOW TO TAKE PART:
It’s really simple. When you enjoy a positive experience, email us the name of the pub, restaurant, food shop, cookery school or producer responsible, with a short write-up of your experience. Why was it good? What was memorable? If you want to review somewhere that was less impressive, that’s fine too. Please make sure the criticism is constructive and bear in mind the impact your words may have on business. As a rule of thumb, 50 words minimum, 300 words maximum.

£50 DINING VOUCHERS & OTHER INCENTIVES:
1) Everyone who submits a review will be entered into Great Food Club’s Secret Diner Monthly Prize Draw to win a £50 voucher to spend at a Great Food Club venue of your choice.

2) The best-written reviews submitted each month, as judged by the editor, will be published on the Great Food Club Magazine website and will win a £50 voucher to spend at a Great Food Club venue of their choice. We’re simply looking for pieces written from the heart, so please don’t be put off if you think writing is not your thing.

3) Other Secret Diner reviews will be shared in Great Food Club’s fortnightly email newsletters. So your reviews will be read by thousands and will generate deserved extra business for the places you recommend.

4) As we get to know you better, I will start commissioning the best reviewers to review places on my radar.

To be added to Great Food Club’s Secret Diner list (if you haven’t been added already), please email us here (matthew.wright@greatfoodmag.co.uk) stating your name and postcode. We’ll be in touch.

Matt Wright
The author:

Matt lives in Leicestershire with his wife, two kids and dog. He is passionate about British pubs, slow food and home brewing. He founded Great Food Club (originally as Great Food Magazine) in 2010 after being inspired by local producers near his home town of Melton Mowbray - Britain's 'Rural Capital of Food'.