Sample Usage: "There is a real lack of acidity in this dish."
Does it? Or does it lack lemon? Or worse, is it not bright enough for you? Just stop it. We're talking about a sesame chicken lunch special right now.
Sample Usage: "This meal is divine."
Sample Usage: "The flavor profile in this dish is incredibly balanced."
Just ... I can't with you.
Sample Usage: "Ah! I'm such a foodie."
This is just like calling yourself a hipster. No hipster calls themselves a hipster -- it's the way of the world.
Sample Usage: "This dish is very herbaceous and aromatic."
The salad your roommate made with the leftover parsley and cilantro doesn't require an over-exaggerated compliment. Just say "thank you."
Sample Usage: "The merlot has a fruity fizz mouthfeel."
You sound like you have forgotten your words. Are you thinking of "sensation"? You can also just say "fizzy." See, isn't that so much easier?
Nom nom nom
Sample Usage: "Nom nom nom nom nom nom nom nom nom!"
Oh, are we children? I didn't know that is what is going on. Instead of talking like a baby, maybe just say that you like whatever you are eating.
Sample Usage: "Slurpability is on point with this pho."
Do we need to call out the slurp? We know. The whole restaurant heard you eating it.
Symphony of Flavors
Sample Usage: "This gumbo has a symphony of flavors."
I'm not sure if an actual symphony would agree with you comparing its music to the bacon, egg, and cheese you just chomped into.
Sample Usage: "This cheesecake has an unctuous layer."
Really? Or, is it just greasy?