Theres something about a bad restaurant review - they're just so much more enjoyable to read good a good one. Ok, it's nice when a restaurant is praised for it's great work but there's an undeniable sat faction garnished from reading a bad one.
Jay Rayer, the food writer and critic for the Guardian newspaper and The Observer, certainly agrees. He's about to release a book of the 20 worst restaurant experiences he's ever had.
It's BBQ time, and with that comes the irresistible caramelised char we get only from grilling - there really is nothing better than great company, hot weather, cold summer drinks and a smoking BBQ. Here's how to deliver the very best.