Eating Out? Where to Go!

27 07 2010

If you’re heading out for a meal you think, “Where to go and for what occasion? Do I try a food court? Do I try a fancy restaurant or a steak house?” This is a guide to help you with these tough decisions. If you’re going out for a meal with friends, try your local restaurant. Another option could be to try a bowling club or RSL. Most offer quite reasonable food and also have a bar. Chinese, Thai, Indian and Japanese restaurants, Yum Cha and Noodle bars offer tasty Asian cuisine and a very reasonable price. Most dishes are stacked onto the plate so you definitely get your money’s worth. Alternatively if you’re just heading home from work late at night or are leaving for work in the morning, it may be convenient to try a fast food restaurant. Most offer breakfast and most are open 24 hours. These are also a great idea for chilling with friends if you are under the age of 18. The food is not very “real” but boy does it come quickly. If you are looking for a romantic setting with a “special” friend, I’d recommend a flashy joint with outrageously high prices. I’d go for an expensive wine or Champaign and you MUST offer to pay for the meal. An evening meal is so much nicer than lunch. Order something that you can eat properly and finish. Don’t order the five kilo steak if you have a small stomach and don’t order creamy spaghetti if you have not yet mastered the art of eating sloppy food. If you have to use chopsticks, make sure you know how to use them. There is a meal for everyone, for all occasions, so choose wisely. By Will

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