Reviewing an Anaheim Restaurant
As I have already discussed numerous times there is an endless cornucopia of delicious food to be had on the west coast of the United States of America. Up and down the coast of California you can find everything from the most fancy Los Angeles bistro to a family friendly and affordable Anaheim Restaurant.
As I have already discussed numerous times there is an endless cornucopia of delicious food to be had on the west coast of the United States of America. Up and down the coast of California you can find everything from the most fancy Los Angeles bistro to a family friendly and affordable Anaheim Restaurant. I have made it my duty to be a national food explorer. I have gone all around the country trying all manners of food from the spicy Latin-influenced flavors of the southwest to the jumble of cultures that makes up the culinary experience in New York City.
It has been my experience that a hefty price tag does not necessarily mean that you are getting a delicious farm raised, homemade (not frozen) meal. In fact, I recently heard about an enormously expensive and fancy restaurant that was exposed for claiming to offer freshly cooked foods and was actually just selling reheated foods to their “discerning” customers. The advent of social media has provided restaurant goers with a plethora of information to sort through while attempting to discover what reviews are authentically good or if they have been simply fabricated by the restaurant as a means of misleading people about the quality of their business.
This is a tactic that is shamelessly employed by a surprising amount of restaurants in an attempt to boost their sales, even if it is at the cost of their dignity. I am not trying to bash review sites or the Internet as a whole. In fact, I use the Internet for lots of things and I have even found web sites that seem to consistently have accurate and detailed reviews for restaurants and other business’s around me. The reason I have been able to use these reviewing sites effectively is because during my many years in the business of food and service, I have learned how to tell the difference between sincere, accurate reviews and the shameless marketing drivel that restaurant’s try to pass off as real reviews.
There are a couple main signs that a review is not authentic and I want to take a minute to go over them with you so that you can have the opportunity of deciding where you eat based on another person’s real experience. The first thing to look for is the grammar used in the review. Many of these marketing people think they are very smart so they use perfect grammar to write their review. While this alone is not enough to discount the review of an Anaheim Restaurant, it is a sign of potential misconduct.
The next sign to look for in conjunction with perfect grammar is a 5-star/perfect review that incorporates some of the restaurants gimmicks or marketing slogan. Someone might talk about how their experience was completely flawless and amazing and that the unlimited buffet was both worth the price and high quality. If you go on to the restaurant’s web site you will notice that it mentions very similar things. If a reviewer discusses both strengths and weaknesses of a restaurant it is more likely that they are not working as a marketing representative.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Paul Marino has been writing about the restaurant industry for over 20 years. He recommends FiRE and iCE as the best Anaheim Restaurant for a unique and memorable dining experience.