Sunday, February 22, 2009

Mystery Dining

You've heard of Mystery Shopping, but have you heard of Mystery Dining? Well I recently read a post (Sorry, I don't remember where.) about being a mystery diner at Longhorn Steakhouse. We'd only been there one other time and we were not impressed but, we're willing to try a lot of things if they're free.

I went to Focus on Service's website to apply. After receiving an email from Focus on Service welcoming me to their "club", I went to their website to choose from several different times, dates, and locations. I received an email from an employee confirming my visit. Then I looked at their survey online to know what things to pay attention to. So, this past Wednesday, we headed to dinner at Longhorn. Soon I'll be receiving a check for $40! Yippee!

I won't critique the restaurant here so that you can go without any preconceived notions, but if you want to give it a try yourself, go here to apply.


kblog said...

Thanks for that, I love free socialising. I use the Mystery Dining Company for wagamama assignments. Free dinner for your feedback, great stuff. The Mystery Dining Company is UK based but have assignments all over the world so if you like japanes food sign up on their website www.mysterydining.com.

Jaime said...

Hey Abby, I couldn't get your link to work. What is the web address?

Abby said...

Sorry about the link...it's fixed now.