Andrew and I have been friends since primary school and when I heard about Allos Review I thought it was an amazing idea as it’s something that I believe will change allergy sufferers eating experiences for the better. In my spare time I enjoy going to the gym and playing rugby as a way to relax as I like being active and makes you forget about any stress and anxiety. I do not personally have an allergy, however many of my family do and I have witnessed the stress that comes along with finding new places to eat. I am half Chinese and my brother, who has a peanut allergy, is often concerned over the use of peanut oil in Chinese dishes while we are out.
I am currently focussing on the social media side of things and have been heavily involved in preparing for the relaunch of the business. I have always wanted to be involved in a start up and although it has come along quicker than expected, I think the earlier the better. My main goal this year would to successfully help launch the business with the new branding and get over 500 reviews. I’d love to see get many more reviews as the more reviews we have the more helpful our website will be.
My one piece of advice is, if you have any doubts just ask. More often than not the restaurant staff will have the answers to put you at ease and help you Eat Comfortably.
Quick fire questions
1.Facebook or Instagram? Facebook
2. Biggest pet peeve? Slow walkers
3. Morning or night owl? Night owl for sure
4. Favourite meal? Carbonara
5. One thing you couldn’t live without? Rice
6. If we got a matching tattoo what would it be? A normal distribution graph on our wrists
7. Eating out or in? Eating out