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Swansea restaurants to take part in Come Dine With Me: The Professionals

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The hit Channel 4 cooking show, Come Dine With Me is back with an exciting twist on the much loved original format: Come Dine With Me – The Professionals.

Local restaurants in Swansea are being urged to apply for the second series with their winning menu to go head-to-head with other eateries in the area!

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Are you a chef? A restaurant owner? A maître d’? A waiter? Want to showcase your restaurant? Think the food you serve and the service you provide could trump that of other restaurants in the area?

The show want restaurants to apply by nominating at least one chef and one other staff member to represent them in a battle against two other restaurant duos in a bid to host the best dining experience and walk away with £1000 and the prestigious CDWM – The Professionals Award. The evening will be marked on food/drink, service, atmosphere and overall experience.

Bianca Clayton, Casting Producer for the show said: “Considering the amazing variety of unique and delicious restaurants all over Swansea, there will be some hot competition in this show. We are looking for restaurant duos with bags of personality who are up for the challenge of winning £1,000 for their restaurant”.

The only criteria is that you are over 18 and work as a chef or member of staff in the restaurant you’re representing.

Filming will take place in the restaurant during service and we will need permission from the owner for the restaurant to feature.

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The shoot will take place between 29th to the 31st August.

To apply, head to https://itv.etribez.com/ag/itvmultistory/cdwmprofessionalsseries2/welcome.html

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