"Most reviewers only visit an establishment within days or weeks of it opening and then rarely follow up with a subsequent review. This is another way in which bloggers can offer a more comprehensive account of a restaurant’s progress, none more so than the elusive Food Snob (foodsnobblog.wordpress.com), who is well known in foodie circles to be a Turkish investment banker based in London. He recently wrote a follow-up review of Rene Redzepi’s Noma in Copenhagen, which has overtaken El Bulli as the top restaurant in the San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards. This means that Food Snob’s site now has 10,000 words and dozens of illustrations just of the dishes served at Noma. Obsessive? Assuredly, but his accounts are remarkably well researched and full of fascinating minutiae."
Bruce Palling on Food: Have Food Blogs Come of Age? - WSJ.com