How to be a Savvy Restaurant Reviewer

Just the book I needed, "How to be a Savvy Restaurant Reviewer, The Secrets of a Restaurant Critic written by Sam Worthington, was an excellent read with tons of insight.

I enjoyed the way the author wrote a step by step or an outline on how to create the ideal restaurant review.


As I'm diving deeper into "Food & Forks", I found the book to be very helpful as well as humorous. Moreover, I now feel more confident to follow the format for my blogging or writing.


On the flip side, the food critic used a lot of French description which caused it to be a challenging read. However, I learned a few new words where I may have a bit more education than I did previously. Although I enjoy learning new words, I felt these additional descriptions weren't necessary. Albeit, the author's choice is also his creativity.

Worthington does layout a thorough topic and subtopic list, where he guides you to give thought in your reviews to items such as staff greeting or how easy it is to pay the check at the end of the meal. All excellent points to a good read.



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