Burgers are also available as a meal with fries, wedges or salad. Meal contains 0,4 liters soft drink. All burgers are also available made with rye bread.
HOT WINGS Choose sauce from medium, hot, extra hot or extra extra hot Portion contains blue cheese dip and sliced carrot and celery. 10 wings 9.70 16 wings 13.20 20 wings 16.20 30 wings 23.20 40 wings 29.50 50 wings 35.20 60 wings 40.50 80 wings 55.50 100 wings 67.70
GRILLED CHICKEN FILET 14.90 with salad and side dish curry seasoned butter CHICKEN FILET WITH GOAT CHEESE 16.70 with salad and side dish GRILLED PORK FILET 14.90 with salad and side dish creamy mushroom sauce
Side dishes Salad, rice, french fries, wedges, creamy garlic potatoes, chili cheese potatoes, mashed potatoes
SAUSAGES large size 7.80 / small size 5.40 with fries, wedges or mashed potatoes salad
WEGDES small / normal/ large 2.00/2.50/3.50 FRENCH FRIES small / normal/ large 2.00/2.50/3.50
In the early days of Eat, we used raw averages, just like almost every other review site. Over time, we noticed that it isn't fair towards restaurants that have a large number of reviews (such as over 20). No matter how good the restaurant, its average rating would always begin to drop as more reviews rolled in, whereas restaurants with fewer reviews would always have better averages.
Although the amount of reviews should technically increase reliability, it doesn't always work that way in practice. Some reviewers may give higher or lower ratings in order to have a bigger effect on the average rating, and sometimes a restaurant might just have an individual bad day.
We probably could've gotten away with all that without anyone complaining much, but it always bothered us. That's why we asked statisticians for advice, and based on their suggestions, we have developed a better system.
In order to prevent abuse of the system (difficult as though it would be), we've made the decision to not fully disclose the method of calculation. The basic idea is that those reviewers, whose ratings are most in conflict with the majority, have less influence on the calculated ratings than they would otherwise have. We believe that this system is the fairest and most reasonable one, and the "Best restaurants" list now gives restaurants with a larger amount of reviews a fair chance as well.