What's kind of restaurant do you go to for a date?

March 29, 2010 4:31am CST
Let's say you have a date with someone you've just met and you want to impress her/him...what kind of restaurant would you choose? Does it have to be a fancy/expensive one, or a regular/average place will do?
5 responses
@se7enthbird (8327)
• Philippines
15 May 10
welcome to a wonderful world of mylot. i am married for 7 years already and our first date was in a coffee shop. i felt easier to talk with her on a place like that. since we are just getting to know each other and we both agreed to have that date around 4pm so it is more on a snack. so it was okay if we are at a coffee shop than inside a resto. it turned out to be a great one for the place was quiet. we ordered pastries and coffee and we had fun. we talked about what we want and what we dont and we talked about common things we like. the next date was a movie of jacky chan for we both our fans and a dinner at a malaysian resto. i dont think that you can impress someone when you bring her on a expensive restaurant while you can not read whats on the menu har har har. the simple the better its a first date so you dont have to win her heart at once. you need to know her better and vise versa. good luck.
• Philippines
9 Apr 10
I would be really impressed if a guy will cook for me.I have a hankering for guys who can cook good food.it is much more fun and intimate.also,it is more special for me,since he created that meal to make me happy.we could always go to a nice restaurant anytime we want,but a home-cooked meal beats restaurant food all the time.
@Sir_bobby88 (8244)
• Singapore
29 Mar 10
Will i would go to a japanese restaurant , the environment is good for some good romance yea .
• United States
29 Mar 10
Well, you could be all pretentious and take your date to a high class restaurant, one that you would never visit yourself. Or you can take your date to the regular restaurants and see how the date goes? Personally I believe if you are looking for the date to turn into meaningful relationship, you have to be truthful to yourself and your date, so a regular restaurant should be enough. But by regular restaurant, I still wouldn't take your date to a McDonald's for an extra value meal or something.
@ghieptc (2525)
• Philippines
29 Mar 10
I think dinner with candle light on the cemetery restaurant. It impress on the uniqueness of the place and Lentin Season is near. You are in!