Ceci, are you calling me out?
Okay, lemme do some digging...how about one of my newfound faves, Dottie's Diner in Woodbury, CT? Michael only discusses the chicken pie, donut bread pudding, and of course the donuts. I've been there, and they have an extensive menu...but I ended up only wanting those three items. It was a heavenly trio, believe me...
Harry's of Colchester, CT: Michael discusses the burgers and dogs and mentions
the fried clams -- though there's a photo of a fairly large menu tacked to the side of the shack. BBQ King of Charlotte, NC: he ate a perch and a pork sandwich, though they also have burgers, dogs, etc. Even Red's Eats of Wiscasset, ME: he only endorses the lobster roll, despite other menu items that receive an obligatory mention.
Now hang on, don't go thinking that there's anything wrong
with that...for I certainly wouldn't get anything else from Red's Eats other than a lobster roll, or cheeseburgers from Harry's, or pork sandwiches from BBQ King. But sometimes Michael does only focus on a few items, and rightfully so, because that's what draws me to those spots in the first place.
I wouldn't try posting a review for one item, either, unless that one item was the only thing that the place was known for (like stands that only serve hot dogs, et al.). I admit that in my review of The Summit in Ojai, CA, we only had a burger, fries, and a shake, but I wrote the review because it was truly a RF place in a part of the state that didn't have many RF places already covered. That's a criterion in the back of my mind, too, when deciding on the validity of a review.