Palm Beach County restaurant chains have some of the worst ratings in the country
Miami-Dade and Palm Beach Counties’ restaurant ratings are the worst in the nation, according to a new report.
The report, which looks at restaurant ratings across the country, finds that Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Bay, and Broward counties ranked among the worst.
In Miami-DC, Palm Springs ranked first in the U.S. with a rating of 4.6, followed by Palm Beach (4.7) and Coral Gables (4).
Broward had the worst score at 3.6.
Other counties with worse ratings include:San Bernardino, California, 4.7; Orlando, Florida, 4; Phoenix, Arizona, 4, and San Diego, California (3.9), the report said.
While the majority of ratings in Palm Beach and Palm Bay counties were good, ratings in Broward, Miami-MD, and New York also ranked among those worst.
Overall, the study said that the best restaurants in the United States were in New York, where the number one restaurant was a new restaurant, and Palm Springs and Miami-FL, where restaurants ranked among worst.
The study’s authors said that a lot of people are looking for restaurants with “authentic” cuisine and quality food that doesn’t skimp on the taste of the food.
But they noted that while quality can improve when food is cooked with the right amount of heat, it takes time for chefs to get their skills right, and that sometimes the food is not perfect.
“The food should be delicious, but it takes a while for cooks to be really great,” the authors wrote.
“It takes a long time for a restaurant to reach a level of perfection that we see in restaurants around the world.”
For the study, the researchers looked at the ratings of all U.K. restaurants.
They also looked at ratings for restaurants in Mexico, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.