How to Write a Pub Review

At a time when a pint of mild was fivepence, the Mass-Observers wrote that “the pub is at present declining.” This was not merely due to persecution by Nonconformist town councils, or the effect of rearmament, but because ‘the whole trend of the age is away from creative communal amusements and towards the solitary mechanical ones.’

When writing a review, be specific and include the food, service, and atmosphere. Also be sure to mention any negatives, like a cockroach or an overcooked steak, and how the restaurant fixed it. That kind of detail can help other customers feel confident about a place, and attract new business for the establishment. In fact, it’s one of the best ways to ensure a positive customer experience.