Best Review Of 2014 Results

The ballots have been cast, the votes have been tallied, and the results are in.  It was an extremely close poll, and all the reviews were excellent, but as you know, only one review can be crowned the winner.  And so, without further ado, the winner of The Best Review Of 2014 is…


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The Best Dish Review Of 2014, receiving 35% of the total votes, is Cortney C.’s Dungeons & Dragons-esque ode to the Chicken Teriyaki Bento.

“I’ll be honest. I ordered the chicken teriyaki bento based off the amazing promises I read about it. When my order arrived, I was not disappointed. As the EAT Club guy was driving down the street with my delivery, my attractive coworkers began opening their doors and stepping outside. I suspect the Chicken Teriyaki Bento contains powerful delicious pheromones. The Chicken Teriyaki Bento gave me a +10 resistance to energy attacks, +8 Strength, and added 30 feet to my normal leap. Since eating the Chicken Teriyaki Bento, I have successfully solved 7 crimes in my city, including 4 cold case murders. The local police force is currently wishing to retain my services.”

And coming in at an extremely close second place, with 32% of the total votes, is Al L.’s porktastic poem to Italian Meatballs.

“So many greens haters. Listen, scurvy is the number one killer of tech workers in San Francisco, so we should all be so glad that Eight Acres has provided us with a well-balanced meal so your mother doesn’t have you worry about your lack of cooking skills. As for the main entree, I tasted hints of pork with undertones of hog. It was delectably solid and what other 4 star lunches should aspire to. I ate this while reading The Jungle and decided that Upton Sinclair would order this meal.”

Full Results
Full Results

A sincere thank you to everyone who takes the time to rate and review our dishes.  We really do read them all, the good, the bad, and the ugly, and use them to adjust our meals and improve our menu.  Hope to read some more awesome ones in 2015.

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