There’s no such thing as a free lunch. Unless you work at Twitter.
In Twitter’s New York offices, employees head to a private café to tuck into free breakfasts and lunches, five days a week.
And it’s not your typical work canteen with dried out meat and shriveled vegetables, this café serves up a gourmet menu, which changes every day.
Tech companies are revolutionising food at work. Google was at the forefront of this, reportedly spending $US80 million a year on catering food for its employees. It now has more than 185 cafes globally and serves over 108,000 meals every day. Twitter is now following suit.
Take a look at all the amazing things on offer below:
The cafe is run by Amelia Ekus who was formerly a front-of-house manager at a trendy West Village restaurant.
Ekus runs the show with chef Mark Gandara, who worked at Red Rooster and the Union Square Cafe, one of restaurateur Danny Meyer's most iconic restaurants.
The cafe is so popular, that General Manager Ekus claims her daily photo tweets showing what's on offer inspires employees to go to work, Ekus told Eater.
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