Guy Fieri’s NYC Restaurant: Hilarious Review Written In Question Form Will Get Him Fired Up

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The new Guy Fieri restaurant in NYC is being bashed by at least one critic, whose experience obviously wasn’t too pleasant. A New York Times restaurant reviewer wrote one of the most hilarious reviews ever. Written in question form for most of its entirety, the review is bound to go viral after being featured on The Today Show.

In the review, NY Times reviewer Pete Wells, fires off a series of questions about the food at Guy’s American Kitchen & Bar in the most serious tone, even though his review comes off as anything but serious.

Here’s a snippet of the silliest review of all time:

“Hey, did you try that blue drink, the one that glows like nuclear waste? The watermelon margarita? Any idea why it tastes like some combination of radiator fluid and formaldehyde?

How did nachos, one of the hardest dishes in the American canon to mess up, turn out so deeply unlovable? Why augment tortilla chips with fried lasagna noodles that taste like nothing except oil? Why not bury those chips under a properly hot and filling layer of melted cheese and jalapeños instead of dribbling them with thin needles of pepperoni and cold gray clots of ground turkey?How did nachos, one of the hardest dishes in the American canon to mess up, turn out so deeply unlovable? Why augment tortilla chips with fried lasagna noodles that taste like nothing except oil? Why not bury those chips under a properly hot and filling layer of melted cheese and jalapeños instead of dribbling them with thin needles of pepperoni and cold gray clots of ground turkey?

When you hung that sign by the entrance that says, WELCOME TO FLAVOR TOWN!, were you just messing with our heads?

Does this make it sound as if everything at Guy’s American Kitchen & Bar is inedible? I didn’t say that, did I?”

Yes, you did, actually in about a million words, say that everything is inedible! Obviously guy Fieri will not be happy with the scathing review but could his restaurant and food really be that bad?

Would you check out the restaurant if only to see if the reviewer is correct?

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