Bloggers Request a Free Meal in Exchange for ‘Exposure’ and Got Served on Twitter
— Stevie Cahill (@StevieCahill) September 19, 2017
What a novel concept!
To their eternal credit, the restaurant did not name and shame whoever sent them that email. When your reputation speaks for itself, that’s not necessary. On the other hand, we’d love to know which vegan bloggers were behind this. At any rate, this is a great lesson in how NOT to be an “influencer“.
When your dishes look like master works of art, you probably don’t need exposure.
Roast partridge, Savoy cabbage, black pudding, ham and walnut dauphine, foie gras sauce pic.twitter.com/lXXSWTyuxS
— campagne restaurant (@campagnekilkenn) September 21, 2017
We would do so many things to that plate. If you ever find yourself in Kilkenny, stop by Campagne and send us pictures! And very detailed descriptions of each and every bite. Type slowly, let us savor it.
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