Savage Reviews Of The Best Restaurants In Boise
Not all restaurants can go unscathed, not even your favorite restaurants. It's easy for people to unload on a restaurant or establishment without confronting the manager, owner, or employee. The internet has allowed people to vent about their displeasure with someone, a restaurant, and establishments using outlets like Yelp, Tripadvisor, Facebook, Twitter, and more.
For example, this restaurant has over 263 reviews on Tripadvisor and is rated 5 out of 5, but not everyone has had a great experience.
Service was slow, drink orders were incorrect 3 times. Ordered meals with no onions due to allergies and had to send back. Food was not fresh. Sad to say I was excited to try, but will not be returning.
Do you think it's too easy to leave a bad review? Do you think there would be fewer bad reviews if people confronted management at the place of business?
It's easier to leave the place of business happier than and not to leave a review than leaving upset and ready to tear apart that restaurant so everyone can see how terrible your experience was.
Here's another great example of a great restaurant in the Boise area that has been known for having great food, but this particular person decided to leave a review when the rest of their experience seemed to be great.
Waited 45 minutes to be seated, and was disappointed in the food! Atmosphere was good waitstaff was friendly and efficient but the food was mediocre at best. Wish we hadn’t wasted our time!
Why bother with a review when the standard wait time at this restaurant is about 45 minutes, the "atmosphere was good, the waitstaff was friendly and efficient," but because the food happened not to be up to par that particular day, this person decided it would be a good idea to leave a bad review.