Seamless and Grubhub now let you more specifically complain about restaurants

Seamless and Grubhub are revamping their restaurant ratings system today to let reviewers provide a bit more detail. After ordering food, you’ll now be able to rate a restaurant based on three things: how accurately it estimated delivery time, how accurate the order was, and how good the food was.

It should be a big help in discerning whether a restaurant is actually bad or if some hungry diners have just been upset about delivery times. It should also be helpful in determining whether much-needed nourishment will arrive promptly or if reviewers were just expecting better food, when all you really wanted was some greasy junk food anyway.

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