Browse by…

Rating: Browse for food according to its overall rating. The rating scale takes into account three judging criteria:

  1. Cost;
  2. Experience; and
  3. Taste

An expensive restaurant that has mediocre food will typically rank lower than a much cheaper restaurant that offers the same quality food and experience. The higher the price, the higher the expectations around quality and experience.

Category: Browse for food according to its price categorisation. The scale adopted is as follows:

$ – Very cheap (often street food or budget restaurants)

$$ – Cheap (often sit down lunch/dinner venues offering good value, tasty food)

$$$ – Moderate (usually formal dinners or up-market lunches. The expectation is that the food and experience is good)

$$$$ – Fine dining (expensive, usually highly acclaimed restaurants with a strong reputation. Expectations for quality and experience are high)

$$$$$ – Ultra-fine dining (very expensive, special occasion restaurants that you wouldn’t dream about going to on a regular basis. Expecting impeccable quality food and an experience that will be remembered for years)