Are you confused about food selections in a restaurant?From time to time, some of us may enjoy dining out at a restaurant, whether alone or with family or friends. Some may be places that we have been to already and are clear about what we could like to eat. Some are restaurants with a simple menu, while others have a large menu, so much so that it often resembles a book! The options are so many as to possibly confuse you. On the one hand, you want to order many things, and on the other hand, you realize it is not possible to eat so many dishes, even if you are in a group that will share the food.
When dining out, do you-
1. Ask for the menu
2. Ask the waiter what are the dishes, and go with the waiter's recommendation on what to eat.
3. There may be a dish called 'Chef's Special' or 'Dish of the Day'. Would you select that?
I always ask for the menu even if it is a restaurant that I have gone to before because sometimes the menu does change and there may be something new that I would love to try out. If the waiter recommends something, I may not go for it, and the same is the case with any special dish. I would definitely want to know the ingredients in the dish first and then decide. Price may also be a factor. If the recommended dish is something extremely expensive and I mentally tell myself it is not worth it, then I would not order it at all.
What comes into play in your decisions when dining out? Have you had some extraordinary delectable dish that you have blindly ordered without a second thought?