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Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
Contemporary Food and Drink ppt 6 - Restaurant Review
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  • 1. Student Name Leong Han Keow (John) Guo JingYan (Jessie) Qian Zerong (Sarah) Shen Xiaofeng (Fiona)
  • 2. 1. What is the review about?
    • Quality of food and beverage
    • Eg. Food: Details about types of food and how they tasted
    • Eg.Wine: Trend aware Wine List
    • Quality of service
    • Eg. Well-groomed and Super Efficient Staff
    • Ambience and atmosphere
    • Eg. black metal and natural timber finishes
    Source: Harden, M. 2011. Andrew McConnell turns his talented hand to modern Asian flavours at new St Kilda diner Golden Fields. Field of dreams. Australian Gourmet Traveller , 11 (8) August, pp.71-74.
  • 3. 1. What is the review about?
    • Menu variety
    • Example In Restaurant Review:
    • Chinese (and Japanese and Korean) flavours
    • “ assembling a meal from many parts is the game plan at Golden Fields”
    • between five and 11 dishes for a big meal
    Source: Harden, M. 2011. Andrew McConnell turns his talented hand to modern Asian flavours at new St Kilda diner Golden Fields. Field of dreams. Australian Gourmet Traveller , 11 (8) August, pp.71-74.
  • 4. 1. What is the review about?
    • Price and value
    • Example In Restaurant Review:
    • Price: Prices Entrées $5-$20 mains $31-$68 desserts $9-$16
    • Value: you get what you pay for - excellent ingredients, impressive creativity and skilled cooking
    • Example of a Dessert stated to support this point
    Source: Harden, M. 2011. Andrew McConnell turns his talented hand to modern Asian flavours at new St Kilda diner Golden Fields. Field of dreams. Australian Gourmet Traveller , 11 (8) August, pp.71-74.
  • 5. 2. What is the purpose of the review?
    • A) Inform – Guidebook to F&B in restaurant, price
    • B) Educate:
    • New trends – Wine list and Sake with food
    • New foods - modern Asian flavours
    • Chef’s new restaurant and what it offers
    Source: Harden, M. 2011. Andrew McConnell turns his talented hand to modern Asian flavours at new St Kilda diner Golden Fields. Field of dreams. Australian Gourmet Traveller , 11 (8) August, pp.71-74.
  • 6. 2. What is the purpose of the review?
    • C) Entertain – funny but clear descriptions
    • Eg. Plus: McConnell does Asian south-side
    • - win, win, win.
    • Eg. Reply given when reviewer asks staff how much food to order
    • “ we suggest you order between five and 11 dishes”
    • If you have a budget, starting small is a good idea
    Source: Harden, M. 2011. Andrew McConnell turns his talented hand to modern Asian flavours at new St Kilda diner Golden Fields. Field of dreams. Australian Gourmet Traveller , 11 (8) August, pp.71-74.
  • 7. 3. What is it that is being reviewed?
    • The entire experience of dining at the restaurant
    • Attempt to create the dining experience the Restaurant Reviewer went through for the reader to experience through the written words in the Restaurant Review
    Source: Titz, K., Lanza-Abbott, J A. and Cruz, G C y. 2004. The Anatomy of Restaurant Reviews: An Exploratory Study. International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administra tion , 5 (1) pp. 49-65.
  • 8. 3. What components are being focused upon in the review?
    • A) Quality of food and beverage
    • B) Ambience and atmosphere
    • C) Menu variety
    Source: Titz, K., Lanza-Abbott, J A. and Cruz, G C y. 2004. The Anatomy of Restaurant Reviews: An Exploratory Study. International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administra tion , 5 (1) pp. 49-65.
  • 9. 4. Explain why you think this is a good or bad review. How does the writer of the review communicate that to the reader.
    • Ans: This is a good review.
    • Why this is a good review?
    • Ans:
    • Detailed descriptions of many foods and how they tasted
    • Value of foods
    • Reviews other components too such as price and ambience
    Source: Titz, K., Lanza-Abbott, J A. and Cruz, G C y. 2004. The Anatomy of Restaurant Reviews: An Exploratory Study. International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administra tion , 5 (1) pp. 49-65.
  • 10. 5. What impact do you think this review might have had?
    • Raise public awareness of new restaurant and its new foods
    • Operations:
    • Restaurant may improve its bookings policy
    • Minus: A no-bookings policy for groups of fewer than eight people means securing a table can be a drag
    Source: Harden, M. 2011. Andrew McConnell turns his talented hand to modern Asian flavours at new St Kilda diner Golden Fields. Field of dreams. Australian Gourmet Traveller , 11 (8) August, pp.71-74.
  • 11. 5. What impact do you think this review might have had?
    • Fine-tune their Food – Smoked Tuna with oyster cream tastes only of oyster cream
    Source: Harden, M. 2011. Andrew McConnell turns his talented hand to modern Asian flavours at new St Kilda diner Golden Fields. Field of dreams. Australian Gourmet Traveller , 11 (8) August, pp.71-74.
  • 12. 6. Do you get the impression that the reviewer really knows what he/she is talking about?
    • Yes, I get the impression that the reviewer knows what he/she is talking about.
    • How do you get the impression?
    • Ans:
    • Detailed description of the taste of foods
    • Able to identify unique foods of the restaurant
    • Able to identify which food do not fit in with all the other foods
    Source: Titz, K., Lanza-Abbott, J A. and Cruz, G C y. 2004. The Anatomy of Restaurant Reviews: An Exploratory Study. International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administra tion , 5 (1) pp. 49-65.
  • 13. 7. Would you go to the restaurant as a result of reading this (assuming you were in a position to do so) ? Why?
    • Ans:
    • Yes, I would go to the restaurant as a result of reading this.
    • Answer to Why? :
    • I would like to experience the delicious and interesting foods available at the restaurant.
    Source: Titz, K., Lanza-Abbott, J A. and Cruz, G C y. 2004. The Anatomy of Restaurant Reviews: An Exploratory Study. International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administra tion , 5 (1) pp. 49-65.
  • 14. 8. To be an expert food writer, is experience necessary?
    • Ans: Yes, experience is necessary for someone to be an expert food writer. Especially hands-on experience in the restaurant industry in a variety of positions.
    • 1. Inform – an expert food writer must have experience to be able to grade different components of a restaurant with Symbolized scale
    • Must have experience to understand different components such as Service, Price and Menu variety
    Source: Titz, K., Lanza-Abbott, J A. and Cruz, G C y. 2004. The Anatomy of Restaurant Reviews: An Exploratory Study. International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administra tion , 5 (1) pp. 49-65.
  • 15. 8. To be an expert food writer, is experience necessary?
    • Ans: Yes, experience is necessary for someone to be an expert food writer. Especially hands-on experience in the restaurant industry in a variety of positions.
    • 2. Educate –must have experience of know how to educate readers about new trends, new foods and when existing restaurants introduce new menu items
    • May have connections with restaurants due to working experience
    Source: Titz, K., Lanza-Abbott, J A. and Cruz, G C y. 2004. The Anatomy of Restaurant Reviews: An Exploratory Study. International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administra tion , 5 (1) pp. 49-65.
  • 16. 8. To be an expert food writer, is experience necessary?
    • 3. Entertain
    • When don’t entertain?
    • Ans: When you are writing for a newspaper and fairness matters more then being able to entertain readers
    • – When must entertain?
    • Ans: When restaurant review is very long and detailed. An entertaining long review is more fun and informative to read then a dull and informative review.
    Source: Titz, K., Lanza-Abbott, J A. and Cruz, G C y. 2004. The Anatomy of Restaurant Reviews: An Exploratory Study. International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administra tion , 5 (1) pp. 49-65.
  • 17. References Golden Fields Decor . 2011. [online image] Available at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/ news/features/field-of-dreams/story-e6frg8h6-1226117510727 [Accessed December 6 2011] Golden Fields – the “Black Sesame, Lime and Yoghurt”. 2011. [online image] Available at: http://momoandcoco.wordpress.com/2011/08/08/golden-fields/ [Accessed December 6 2011] Andrew McConnell_Headshot . 2011. [online image] Available at:http://www.starchefs. com/cook/sites/default/files/chefs/Andrew%20McConnell_Headshot.jpg [Accessed December 6 2011] Andrew McConnell's pork and prawn dumplings .2011. [online image] Available at: http://www.theage.com.au/news/recipes/favourites-andrew-mcconnell/2005/11/03/11308 23386412.html [Accessed December 6 2011] Flat bread with sea urchin roe, escabeche and crisp lardo at Golden Fields, St Kilda. 2011. [online image] Available at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/features/field-of-dreams/story-e6frg8h6-1226117510727[Accessed December 6 2011]
  • 18. References Grilled octopus, mussels, celery & chilli paste . 2011. [online image] Available at: http://go lden-fields.tumblr.com/post/8109928206/grilled-octopus-mussels-celery-chilli-paste[Acce ssed December 6 2011] Harden, M. 2011. Andrew McConnell turns his talented hand to modern Asian flavours at new St Kilda diner Golden Fields. Field of dreams. Australian Gourmet Traveller , 11 (8) August, pp.71-74. Titz, K., Lanza-Abbott, J A. and Cruz, G C y. 2004. The Anatomy of Restaurant Reviews: An Exploratory Study. International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administration , 5 (1) pp. 49-65.
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