I had read that his place was panned, butt it was whacked with a 14 inch Griswold! Great read!
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I find his style on FoodNetwork to be incredibly annoying, it always strikes me as a triumph of style over substance...but this reviewer does seem to be getting emotionally involved in the review, questioning Guy's integrity/honesty, etc. It does make me wonder what (all) motivated the review. Obviously it wasn't an impressive experience (not shocking) but there seems to be more to it.
It was a really good read though...a very entertaining review.
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Well, that was a pleasurable read. I can't stand Fieri, his knives, or all of that jargon he uses.
With that said, in economics they say there is always a place for lower quality goods and even though Fieri bills his food as high quality, there are unfortunately a lot of people (even in my family) from rural middle America who would probably love to go to this place and also rave about it afterwards. When my brother-in-law claims that bloomin' onions from Applebee's are the best food ever and he only buys chairs with cupholders, you learn to accept this crap. A lot of people really enjoy bad food.
"In Japan they don't call it Japanese food, they just call it food." -- Children's Hospital Quote
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