POLL: Would you decide not to go to a restaurant based on a bad online review?

A Dublin café posted CCTV footage of a female customer, apparently enjoying their food, after she wrote a negative review

POLL: Would you decide not to go to a restaurant based on a bad online review?

Eurosaver Filet o'Fish meal with tartar spheres [Instagram/Chefjacqueslamerde]

There has been plenty debate, both on- and offline, after a café in north Dublin posted CCTV footage of a customer who had left a bad review, apparently enjoying food at the same establishment.

The owner of the White Moose café spoke to Newstalk Breakfast and explained how he would prefer if a customer complained at the time rather than posting a review "after the fact" that could potentially "damage the thus far untarnished reputation of our café".

The customer's comments were posted on popular travel website TripAdvisor - which offers a popularity ranking based on reviews from users.

Many people, including hotelier and television personality Francis Brennan, say that some customers can be "unfair" when posting a review online. 

What do you think? Would a bad online review influence your decision not to eat somewhere? 

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