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Keep it very short and digestible. 1. What did you not like (One line sentence) 2. Why did you not like it (Give 2 -3 reasons) 3. What were your expectations (one line) 4. Describe how this experience will affect your future decision to go to or recommend the restaurant. That’s all! Hope your next experience is better :)
Reviews are some of the most authentic things you will write in life because you are either passionate about a good service or feel strongly about a bad service. This means that you are free to really express yourself. But a few pointers: 1. Be calm. Angry reviews with capital letters or cussing are not how to express yourself in a meaningful way. By being respectful you are being the bigger person and other people are more likely to take your review at face value without fear of bias. 2. Set the scene. Take the reader through the experience with you from beginning to end as by understanding exactly how your night played out a reader will be more sympathetic. 3. Give credit where it is due. An entirely awful review may not convince a reader to boycott a bad restaurant for example. They may think you are not a fair reviewer. If you liked the setting, or the decor, or the food presentation, let everybody know! This presents you as balanced and will not dishearten the staff at the restaurant. 4. Consider the purpose of your review. Do you want to start a change and the restaurant owner to listen to your concerns? Do you want to get others to boycott this place, and why? Note that if your concern is with health, hygeine, data protection, or discrimination, it would definitely be best to make a formal report with the relevant authorities. Good luck! 💜
Present the restaurant for what it is and what it stands for. Keep it simple. It is always better to simply introduce a restaurant rather than tearing it apart. Describe the restaurant for what it does and what it claims to offer. Include images and link back to the restaurant's site. State the facts of the restaurant before your own opinions. Tell the story of your experience with the restaurant from a neutral stand point. Simply tell how you used it and what the results were. Refrain from inserting too many emotions.
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