We’ve got some of the most passionate foodies on the web, and they’re eating coast-to-coast and writing from the front lines. Take a look at these 10 mouthfuls, detailing eating adventures in everything from melon sodas and truffled fries to fried chicken; they’re the longest reviews on Menuism to date.
Coi by tommers One user’s thoughts on an olive oil milkshake.
Giardino Restaurant by XiaoGo “I’ll not bore you with my own version of what happens to me when I go food shopping when hungry. Anyone who digs cooking will be all too familiar with what happens.”
Fogo de Chao by JinYo “Our main waiter’s previous job was probably in espionage or some high ranking government position.”
Aqua by cliff “My mom even had difficulty reading the menu due to the darkness of the restaurant, and our waiter brought reading glasses for her! What a nice touch!”
Kyoto Japanese Restaurant by JDFIII “After Hurricane Rita skimmed by The Woodlands when the area was experiencing blackouts, there were no restaurants open. Eric and Eva decided to open for business. Even though most of their staff could not make it to work, Eric and Eva fed a standing-room-only crowd all night long.”
Canlis Restaurant by shaomai “I do have to say that I was really impressed by the restrooms – when you’re washing your hands, you’re looking out onto an indoor zen garden. It’s really pretty!”
Beaver’s by neverfull “For dinner, I ordered the Texas cross quail which was served on wax paper in a red plastic basket, like the kind your food comes in at Dairy Queen.”
Stroud’s by hippo2 Martha Stewart’s favorite fried chicken. Does this user agree?
Justin Chen has a passion for dim sum, chinese baked goods, fine whiskey and barely cooked meats. Since co-founding Menuism in 2006, he's eaten out way too much but continues to try to help others eat better.