The Botanist is paying people to eat roast dinners

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WE all love a roast dinner.

How can you get better than that you ask? Well, you could get paid to eat a staple of an English diet for the next 12 months.

As a ‘Pro-tato tester’, The Botanist, which has restaurants in Warrington, Knutsford and Alderley Edge, you would earn £500 as a salary.

Perks include a year’s worth of free roasts for two and a large group roast to celebrate the start of the role. 

The job is to celebrate The Botanist’s new sharing roasts which included a giant bowl of UK’s crispiest roast potatoes served to the table.

A spokesman for The Botanist said: “The sharing concept continues with sharing sides board (crispy parmesan cauliflower cheese, pigs in blankets, creamed cabbage and stuffing balls), plus sharing cosy desserts.

Northwich Guardian: The Botanist's roast potatoes ready for the 'Pro-tato' testerThe Botanist’s roast potatoes ready for the ‘Pro-tato’ tester

“We know the UK has missed out on so many communal experiences during the last 18 months, and we hope our roast signals the start of re-unions and the coming together of loved ones for food worth sharing.”

Applications can be made here.