eatbook.sg has given 4/10 rating to a restaurant in Marina Bay Sands before. What do you think of bad reviews?

Have you noticed that popular food critics in the world tend to be males? Take Gordon Ramsay, Mark Wiens and Anthony Bourdain for example. Singapore's dynamic food scene calls for foodies-turned-critics who mostly take the form of a blogger or instagrammer. Eatbook.sg is an up-and-rising website where the writers just happened to be female. Or wait, was that intentional? Here's what I noticed about the site.
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1. Driven by female-dominated employees

eatbook employees

The 'about' section of eatbook presents six gorgeous writers who pretend to eat food-designed cushions. Their names are Alicia, Steph, Kaiying, Ashlyn, Averlynn and Xenia. Sadly, they didn't introduce themselves or their role in that section. I'm sure fans would want to know more about them! Oh yes, they're hiring video production interns and writing interns too. Go go go!

2. They include overseas guides too


singapore overseas travel guide food
From halal food places in seoul low-key bangkok hipster cafes, eatbook goes beyond Singapore on her foodie adventure. Hey, they make me feel like going international too!

3. They have more than 10 reviews on... Roti Prata!!!

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I always find it hard to take pictures of flat objects, and roti prata is my greatest challenge yet. So I was pretty amused to find dozens of reviews on Roti Prata on eatbook.sg. Photos were pretty well-taken too!

4. They reach over a million Singaporeans on Facebook each month

eatbook statistics

According to their website, their Facebook has 90k fans (UPDATE: 111k fans as of Feb 13, 2018). Considering the fact that the company is less than 3 years old, that's pretty impressive isn't it?

5. Obviously their team members don't stay in the West

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One of their articles are titled "10 Boon Lay Eats That Makes Taking The MRT Until Your Butt Pain Worth It". Seriously, do they know the geographic distribution of citizens who live in the West? Also, why do you have to take MRT to go to Boon Lay, aren't there bus services available? Can't figure out poorly written articles like this lah!

6. They gave a 4 out of 10 rating to a restaurant in MBS. 


See the post here: http://eatbook.sg/dc-cafe-review/. Cool much! I haven't failed any restaurants or cafes before, maybe I should some day.


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eatbook.sg has given 4/10 rating to a restaurant in Marina Bay Sands before. What do you think of bad reviews? eatbook.sg has given 4/10 rating to a restaurant in Marina Bay Sands before. What do you think of bad reviews? Reviewed by Shermaine Lau on 9:13:00 PM Rating: 5

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