The job of a food reviewer is to accurately convey the taste, texture, smell and presentation of a restaurant's food. Not only do you comment on the food, but also on the atmosphere, the knowledge and attention of the staff, the speed of the service and the general impression of the restaurant or cafeteria. How's the food? If a dish was “excellent”, be sure to describe why. What were the flavors, textures and appearance? Carefully select some impactful adjectives for your descriptions: too few will leave your writing dull and too many will bog it down.
My husband and I ate here yesterday, the appetizers were fine but the main courses were rotten, I ate the turkey and ham, the ham was like rubber and the potatoes were sour and the vegetables tasted bad, we had to wait an hour for our main course, I couldn't eat mine, plus it cost 40 pounds, which was very expensive, to finish, the bathroom floor was covered in urine, which was very unpleasant to have to walk through. A good restaurant review can tell you what your new favorite place is or help you avoid a gastronomic disaster. Writing a restaurant review is a great way to share your enthusiasm for a favorite restaurant or to warn potential diners about a particularly disappointing experience. If you've visited a restaurant several times and only once had a bad experience, be sure to write that down in your review.