Change is here. Accept it. Stay calm. All is well. What happened? We got a bad aftertaste in our mouths from looking at OUR ranking of Chinese restaurants on Long Island and New York City. Did we reinvent the wheel, or change our secret sauce, err, formula? Not at all. We just chose to make it better, by enhancing it to account for “aftertaste”. To review what we had discussed in a prior article announcing this pending change:
What is it?
- It could mean that the food was so good that we really want to go back to that Chinese restaurant.
- It could mean that after sleeping on our review / rating, something didn’t quite sit right in our bellies.
- It could mean that since our review, we received comments or suggestions that we missed something (perhaps a signature dish? perhaps the Chef was out that day?)
“Aftertaste” will be the ONLY metric that is fluid and can be altered over time (as a result of the factors mentioned above). Our base rating is static. It can not, and will not, change. It is our first impression. Our gut feeling. You have to trust your first instinct and call it as you see, and taste, it.
So, without further ado, here are the updated ranking of Chinese restaurants that we, The Chinese Quest, have reviewed to date. The best, you know it, we know it, is yet to come!
The Chinese Quest Ranking of Chinese Restaurants on Long Island and NYC
(as of 10/1/2016)
Do you agree with our rankings? What Chinese restaurants do you feel that we should review? Please sound off in the comments below!
Humbly submitted for your consumption,
—Mee Magnum (“Chop! Chop!”)