These are the minimum criteria we follow when writing our reviews:
Date: Because sometimes there are seasonal items, we go there regularly, or our tastes may change over time – you’ll easily be able to track us through our experiences.
Location: So you can go there and/or tell of us your experiences.
Environment: The description of what it feels like inside the establishment.
Price (range): So you can have an idea of what to expect to spend.
Quality: Was it made of good ingredients? We’ll let you know.
Appearance: Presentation is a major part of the dining experience.
Taste: Be prepared for your mouth to water whilst reading our reviews … hopefully.
Service: What the staff is like.
4 Stars – (Extraordinary) Transcendent. A one-of-a-kind experience that sets the local standard.
3 Stars – (Excellent) Superior. Memorable, high-quality food; exciting environs; savvy service; smart concept.
2 Stars – (Good) Solid example of restaurant type.
1 Star – (Fair) Just OK. A place not worth rushing back to. But, it might have something worth recommending: A view, a single dish, friendly service, lively scene.
0 Star – (Poor) Below-average restaurants