Great food - AND great atmosphere - and friendly service - AND reasonable prices - if you can find ALL that...then THAT is a great place to eat! Some people think good food is all a restaurant needs, but I disagree. I think eating out OVERALL should be a pleasant, relaxing, "get you out of your everyday life frame of mind" experience. Therefore, something like The Rainforest Cafe, with it's over-the-top decor of a tropical forest complete with animals and rain has the PERFECT atmosphere for making you feel like you're on a mini vacation...plus the coconut shrimp is to die for. It is, however, a bit pricey. Olive Garden, Red Lobster, and Chilis are usually all good choices for tasty food, pleasant environment, and friendly service..not too high priced...now I've made myself hungry...
Home, with a loved one (or several).
It can be the best food, created and shared by those closest to you.
Even better, it is straight out of the garden!
Probably at home where you know exactly what you're eating.
If you mean atmosphere etc., well, there are just so many choices. Personally, I go for dark and mysterious.
Well, candle light etc.
Actually, there's a restaurant here where the servers are blind, and the dining area is kept in pitch blackness. The idea is that you experience the food without the sense of sight. I haven't been there yet, but I will go one day. The blind servers have to guide the sighted guests.
that sounds mad.... don't know it i would go there...... what is the food like where you work Camlo????????????
yeah wedding's and such, so do you go round the boat selling snacks
I go around the ship taking orders for drinks and food - ice cream, cake, bockwurst, schnitzel, frikadelle, toasted sandwhiches. When the ship is full, it takes three of us to work through up to 300 guests on three decks within 40 minutes (served and cashed). One takes orders and cashes up (usually me), one brings the orders out and clears the tables, and one makes the orders and washes the glasses etc.
In good weather (like the last couple of days), six or seven. Most of the work takes place during the 40 minute journey up-stream. Then there's another 20 minute journey back down-stream, ten minutes to change guests, then it all starts over again.
I'd want to be the one with microphone, pointing out places of interest.... do you get a good tan.
oh yeah they mostly are, i would do it without the c.d but not in German
I don't live on the ship. I have a flat in the centre of the city near the Rhine - ten minute walk from the cathedral where our ships are based. I live two minutes away from the chocolate museum where we also have a landing bridge, so one of the ships often gives me a lift home.
I live on a ship when I'm at college in Duisburg between January and mid-April.
I go for Ethnic food--Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Spanish, Ethiopian...etc. I prefer to go a quieter place...my life is noisy enough :-).
my grandma's, because it is good, there is a lot, and there is no charge.
Anywhere the lobsters are alive and large.
The last time I ordered lobster they were way too small, I could have eaten a dozen of em!
Home. I can cook anything I want, present it the way I like, season it to my own tastes and dine in my underwear without any one staring (or giving me the evil look)....
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