Inform readers right away that the review contains useful information and is worth reading. Open the review with an attractive phrase that promises an interesting reward (whether delicious or dreadful). Your first objective is to research your topic. Decide what you're going to describe in your review.
Usually, students write about the food they have eaten in a restaurant prepared by the chef. However, you can describe the food that is served at home and even the food that you prepare yourself. My husband and I ate here yesterday, the appetizers were fine but the main courses were rotten, I ate the turkey and ham, the ham was like rubber and the potatoes were sour and the vegetables tasted bad, we had to wait an hour for our main course, I couldn't eat mine, plus it cost 40 pounds, which was very expensive, to finish, the bathroom floor was covered in urine, which was very unpleasant to have to walk through. In her review, the writer elaborates or includes additional details (in italics) so that each main point is clear and effective.
You will rephrase your thesis statement and highlight the importance and usefulness of your food review. So the reasons why I think this is the worst fast food restaurant in the world are McDonald's in Cedar City, Utah, 200 to the north, are still because of rude employees, a very dirty store, inaccurate orders and poor quality food.