July 19, 2012 12:00 PM by Shayla Perry
Who could’ve predicted that Scott Disick‘s latest business venture, RYU, would end up as such an epic fail? Okay, hands down everyone! While people rushed to keep up with the Kardashians at the restaurant’s swanky opening, which was filmed for their E! reality show, it seems that once the cameras left, the diners er– dashed. So how did the place manage to get a review of ZERO stars?
Maybe Scott Disick should stick to making beautiful babies and leave the restaurant business to the pros.
After a grand opening with the entire family (and of course, tons of media), the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has found himself dealing with some pretty bad reviews for his New York-based bar and eatery, RYU; the worst of them coming from The New York Post‘s Steve Cuozzo, who gave it zero stars.
What’s wrong with the place?
“RYU might have the neighborhood’s dullest design: a generic front room with big, round pleated booths and a rear zone hung with body-art images,” writes Cuozzo. “Japanese characters on the wall remind you it’s Japanese.”
And he’s not the only one who left RYU with a bad taste in his mouth.
Yelp reviewers have also complained about “undercooked” food and “the world’s smallest portions.”
It’s still early, and many new restaurants take a few months to work out all the kinks, so hopefully Scott and his team can pull things together before they have to close the doors to RYU.
And if it doesn’t work out, well, it’s not like he doesn’t have a fallback.
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