We’ve teamed up with the good people of Twizoo to announce the top 5 trending restaurants on Twitter each week in London. Twizoo is an app that gives restaurant recommendations based on what people are saying on Twitter, and analyses over 50,000 incoming tweets per week to determine which restaurants are attracting the most buzz.
Trending Restaurants 18-24 Feb 2016
Check it out on Twizoo: https://twizoo.com/r/R295275/blanchette/
. @BlanchetteSoho is most definitely a new fave. There is nothing bad about the place.
â€” iamdarcy (@iamdarcy) February 23, 2016
â€” lynx_grl (@Lynx_grl) February 19, 2016
Check it out on Twizoo: https://twizoo.com/r/R527329/galley/
â€” Steph (@sgspeaking) February 19, 2016
â€” Great Date London (@londongreatdate) February 24, 2016
The Palomar @palomarsoho
Check it out on Twizoo: https://twizoo.com/r/R295217/the-palomar/
â€” Alexander Lass (@Lassyboi) February 21, 2016
Today finished with a perfect evening at @palomarsoho, good grief I can’t recommend this place enough. Now to pack, then LISBON 💃🏻
â€” Pamela (@pamagotchi) February 19, 2016
Bar Boulud @barbouludlondon
Check it out on Twizoo: https://twizoo.com/r/R267010/bar-boulud/
â€” Sarah Highfield (@SarahHighfield) February 24, 2016
â€” Jon Earnshaw (@tasty_tweats) February 22, 2016
Check it out on Twizoo: https://twizoo.com/r/R007968/kopapa/
Phenomenal breakfast @Kopapacafe this morning. Hangover cured.
â€” Adam Pryce (@agpryce) February 20, 2016
â€” Hannah fuller (@hannahfuller21) February 21, 2016
Twizoo’s Techies Explain…
You’ve probably noticed on Twitter on the left hand side of your ‘Home’ page there’s a ‘Trends’ list. Twizoo has built the same thing, but solely for London restaurants. Our number crunching detects the rate of change of influential mentions on Twitter. For example, ‘Christmas’ is currently trending on Twitter, which means there’s been a spike of mentioning Christmas now compared with the rest of the year.
Applying this to Twizoo’s algorithms: if X restaurant usually gets on average 10 tweets per week, but this week it gets 32 tweets… that’s a pretty big change, so it’s a good indicator something notable is going on. The algorithm notes restaurants that have the highest rate of change and ranks them based on which places’ tweets are the most positive collectively and then it takes the top of those based on how influential the individuals are who tweeted. Simple see?
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