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Eat Out celebrates Rotorua's fantastic foods

Eat Out celebrates Rotorua's fantastic foods

The Mud has recently launched a new Eat Out section to celebrate Rotorua's fantastic foods and help lift the profile of our cafes and restaurants.
http://www.themud.co.nz/#!eat-out/c10zz

Eat Out includes the following:

Reviews of eateries - we have done the first one, which is Picnic Café. The review includes a visit by a "mystery shopper" reviewer and a follow-up video with the eatery's owner/manager. Note this free of charge and the eateries aren't told beforehand.

The Mixing Bowl competition - in which people can send in their favourite recipes to win a prize once a month.

The Rotorua Eat Directory - listings of cafes, restaurants, and bars. Again, this is free of charge.

The first café reviewed is Picnic Café.
http://www.themud.co.nz/#!picnic-cafe/c1k86

We have had a tremendous response from those in the industry, who say this will help provide a boost to their services.

ENDS

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