He brought of the notion of food tasting dramatically better from non-chain restaurants if the price was relatively cheap.
He thought was one i had shared but never actually put into words, "Cheap Food Tastes Better."
Its a feeling a satisfaction that is similar to enjoy a great home cooked meal because
- You know (or are familiar) with the people who made it
- Its tastes great
- You save money compared to going somewhere else for the same meal
When it comes to reviews on food I love sites and articles that break things down quickly. I hope to do the same here but with an added dimension to address cost.
On the ratings for the quality of the food and the service the scale will be.
To reflect price:
- Great Price
- Over Priced
As an example I've been eating quite a bit at a place called Ganim's.
It's a bit of a hole in the wall but its hard to beat the burgers that can be had there for the price.
All burger are 1/2 a pound and come with fries or onion rings. The cheapest one is only $6 bucks.
It's no Kobe Beef but you'd be hard pressed to find a better burger at the size in the city for the price.
If your not feeling burgers you can also get fish and chips with the cheapest one starting at $4.
My personal favorite item is the Surf and Turf which combines the best of both worlds. A big piece of fried fish inside the burger.
I give Ganim's :Like @ Great Price