22 Things To Consider For A High-Quality Restaurant Review

Just when I wonder how to improve my food review entries, I discovered this amazing post by Catherine on her blog “Cat the Critic”.

Cat the Critic

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  1. Basic info. What’s the restaurant’s address? Is it a chain? What’s their phone number? Do they offer any cool specials or deals that readers would love to know?
  2. Make multiple visits. You won’t be able to get a complete feel for a restaurant on a single visit. Achieve consistency by eating there multiple times, at different times of the day. What’s lunch like? What’s 8PM like?
  3. The rushes. Does this restaurant handle lots of people well? Or is it like a congested street, hard to navigate and plain frustrating? You don’t want a reader to be turned off by a restaurant before he or she has a bite of the food.
  4. What is the crowd like? If there are lots of college students in a restaurant, you know it’s probably easy on the wallet. If it’s a lot of grown-ups in suits, you might want to rethink the situation. The…

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