How do people who review restaurants overcome personal taste preference bias?

  1. Tom Vogler profile image81
    Tom Voglerposted 4 years ago

    How do people who review restaurants overcome personal taste preference bias?

  2. BahamasFinder profile image70
    BahamasFinderposted 4 years ago

    I think that most great reviewers will always have some taste bias, and that will be part of how they review foods. If it was not for the individual pallet of each reviewer then  it would not be a good review. It allows the reader to relate to the reviewer better and really get a sense for what they are tasting if they are good reviewer. The reviewer should always take their professional experience and knowledge with them and put it into every review they complete. As a reader you should almost be able to taste the food that the reviewer is writing about, almost smell the scents that the reviewer is smelling, and see the beauty of the delicious dish as well..
    Personal taste preference is what makes your opinion a valuable opinion and what will set a great reviewer apart from an ok reviewer.

  3. maddot profile image79
    maddotposted 4 years ago

    i think a good reviewer clarifies the style of restaurant and has a framework by which it reviews eg a lunchtime restaurant is different to  fine dining experience in a a very expensive restaurant and as a consequence diners have  different expectations regarding the whole dining experience. Most reasonable restaurants offer a choice of meals in an effort to cover a broad variety of tastes and it's within these parmaters that a reviewer works.

 
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