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Eating Out

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deVere Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2013
1. Do you have a favorite restaurant?
2. How do you like to eat out?
3. Any favorite cuisine?
4. How often do you do it?
5. Any particular restaurant you'd really like to try?

Me:

1. Yes. L'huitre et Demie, 78 Rue Mouffetard, Paris. Haven't been there for ages.
2. With company.
3. French and japanese.
4. On a weekly basis.
5. Many. But let's just say Petrus in London.
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DTKinetic Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
1. Do you have a favorite restaurant?
Generally, I would just like standard American food, club sandwiches, steaks, chicken fingers, yeast rolls, etc. so an O'Charley's is my favorite spot =D (It's also the place where I had my first and only date :shh:)

2. How do you like to eat out?
How? Well, with friends or family.

3. Any favorite cuisine?
Chinese! Chinese is awesome :drool:

4. How often do you do it?
Well, ever since my family getting hit by the recession and college expenses my family's been cutting back, so I usually don't eat out for months at a time =(

5. Any particular restaurant you'd really like to try?
Tried most of everything that has caught my interest, but now that you mention it, IHOP!

Wow, I didn't know the French had a cuisine :XD: (Well, of course)--but usually you only hear of Italian food in terms of popular European cuisine, so...what's it like? :eager:
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deVere Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2013
#1: That's great! There's always something about places connected to good memories - and what could be better than the place you met your Love?! That will always be special! :highfive:

The french cuisine has been considered the european "state of the art" for a long time - as other cuisines, it varies a lot ofc. - from uncomplicated, rustic dishes to what is referred to as haute cuisine. Describing it would be complicated, since it covers a lot, but generally speaking, the french are considered the most innovative and sophisticated when it comes to high end dining experiences. Why not try [link] - I've had the privilege of tasting it, and it IS good! :-)
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Princess-Amy Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
1. Yes, Sambucas at willington quay in north tyneside
2. well i prefer to eat out sat down and waited on
3. italian
4. every few weeks
5. I wouldnt mind trying that resteraunt at the top of the burg khalif hotel in dubai!
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deVere Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2013
#2: :#1:
#5: I've heard it's quite good...! :nod:
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Princess-Amy Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
#2 he he !!
#5 so have i
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SpookyInk Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013   Traditional Artist
1. Do you have a favorite restaurant?
Syringa Sushi Bar.

2. How do you like to eat out?
With my boyfriend or close friends.

3. Any favorite cuisine?
Asian/sushi

4. How often do you do it?
I try to cut back as much as possible since I make a lot of meals at home but since I've been earning a decent amount of money, every other week at a new place.

5. Any particular restaurant you'd really like to try?
There is this Thai place that I've been dying to try but its pretty spendy.
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deVere Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013
Asian cuisine - YAY! I love it too :-)

It's nice to be able to go to restaurants when you want to, but it can also end up being expensive... :lol:
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Lilibodett Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
1. Yes. There is this Sushi Bar that has the cheapest prices in town and has the BEST Shrimp Tempura Roll EVER. *drooling* There's also that one Italian place, but I'd rather go to the next question.
2. Not that often.
3. ...? (IDK)
4. I don't do ? a lot, I have to eat you know. XD
5. Probably a french one, but the prices there are TOO DAMN HIGH. :icontoodamnhighplz:
I just really want to know what a crepe tastes like.
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deVere Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013
Sushi is great! :squee:

A crÍpe could be a lot of things, and doesn't have to be that expensive; basically it's a thin pancake (I guess you knew that) with a filling of some sort. Personally I'm very fond of pancakes, so I can recommend that you try it! :-)
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Lilibodett Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh, I do like pancakes so when I get the chance I'll try it!

And yes, it is ^v^
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