Customer Power - Making Informed Decisions About Eating Out
‘Where’s Good to Eat?’ grew out of frustration in trying to answer what, at first sight, seemed to be a relatively straightforward question. The result is a unique system that recognises the subjectivity inherent in deciding where to eat out and yet manages to be an effective coordinator of public opinion.
'Where's Good to Eat?' helps diners make up their own minds about where to eat out by providing a simple way to share information. Dining out is a very subjective activity and opinions about what is good or bad vary widely. The best we can hope for is honest views, from as many people as possible, to allow us to identify those tastes we believe most accord with our own.
There are no ratings or grades on 'Where's Good to Eat?', meaning every review must be judged on its merits and viewed in context. Help is available, in the form of nicknames and Selected Reviewers (individuals nominated by the Editor for their consistency and objectivity) but, ultimately, you must use your own judgement about the views expressed. We hope that you will, in turn, give others the benefit of your experiences by entering comments and recommendations into 'Where's Good to Eat?' whenever you eat out.
All input is published without modification or constraint unless it is abusive or bogus and, whilst we cannot vouch for the honesty of contributors, we provide the means to check their credibility.
Eating out is primarily a local activity and the sharing of knowledge by regular diners is the key to finding out ‘Where’s Good to Eat?’
All eating places are listed because you can’t judge if somewhere is good or not unless you know what you are comparing it with
The site is open and accessible, only requiring a verified email address in order to input a recommendation, with no accounts or passwords.
Comments and nicknames are moderated (checked) by an editor to prevent inappropriate use, on a real-time basis.