GAYOT.com Restaurant Rating System
GAYOT’s Restaurant Rating System Explained
GAYOT.com evaluates each restaurant on a specific rating system based on a 20-point scale. GAYOT’s highest possible score is 20 — but no restaurant has ever reached it. (It resembles the grading range used for students in France.)
The rankings reflect only GAYOT’s opinion of the food, including the quality of the ingredients and the creativity of the chef. The décor, service, ambience and wine list are commented on within each review.
GAYOT ranks restaurants in major destinations, including New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Paris and London. Thus, in GAYOT’s rankings here we are comparing the restaurants on our site to others in major cities. Also, GAYOT’s rankings are relative. A 13/20 may not be a superlative ranking for a highly acclaimed (and very expensive) restaurant, but it is quite complimentary for a small place without much culinary pretension.
You’ll see this rating on every restaurant review page.
|GAYOT’s rating system
|works as follows
|Rating of 19/20
|Ratings of 17/20 & 18/20
|Ratings of 15/20 & 16/20
|Ratings of 13/20 & 14/20
|Ratings of 10/20, 11/20 & 12/20
|Rating of Quick Bites
|Not rated because restaurant is new or undergoing changes