What's a good dinner (first-)date spot in Budapest for a couple of twenty-somethings? I'm
25, they're 28. I'd prefer Pest side, something not too loud, not super expensive by Budapest-ian standards.
posted by yaymukund
on Jul 27, 2014 -
I'm somewhat new to Korea and don't know much about the landscape of Seoul, but I'm taking a native Seoulite out to dinner on Tuesday night. What's a good date place in Seoul for a quiet dinner? The cuisine can be from any corner of the world, though I'd prefer if it were in the Hongdae or Sinchon corners of Seoul. That said, anything interesting would be appreciated. Thanks.
posted by charlemangy
on May 26, 2013 -
I normally only get free stuff at restaurants when they've messed something up, so I am wondering why this restaurant was particularly hospitable to me and my date. [more inside]
posted by fromageball
on Apr 29, 2013 -
Montreal Dining Filter: My partner and I are having a HELL of a time deciding on a restaurant for a romantic dinner out in Monteal in a few weeks time. We're picky eaters that really enjoy good gourmet food... A contradiction but true. AU SECOURS! [more inside]
posted by PuppetMcSockerson
on Aug 8, 2012 -
Chefing for two? What recipes/menus are good for a "cooking date" night, and will keep my boyfriend and I occupied for a couple hours on a Sunday evening? Frugality level: high. Dietary restrictions: none [more inside]
posted by itesser
on Jan 13, 2012 -
DC Filter: Affordable and romantic dinner date spots in DC? Warning: Extremely picky criteria inside. [more inside]
posted by windbox
on Apr 27, 2011 -
What's for dinner? I am a reasonably skilled home cook whose skills fall into that grey area between "velveeta tuna cassarole" and "foie gras terrine with fermented plum gastrique;" my culinary skill has never failed to impress dates raised on the former, but this weekend I'm supposed to cook dinner for an experienced executive chef and I'm terrified.
Suggestions for dinner, dessert, and an accompanying cocktail requested. [more inside]
posted by Juliet Banana
on Sep 22, 2010 -
You're out to eat with another person, or a group of people. You're not hungry or are a light eater, so you've finished your meal before everyone else. During the natural pause when everyone takes a bite/chews, where do you look/what do you do to avoid the awkwardness of watching everyone else eat? [more inside]
posted by biochemist
on May 24, 2010 -
My sister and brother-in-law moved to greater Chicago (Lake Forest) about a month ago with my 3-year-old niece. Need ideas for a night out for them when I go visit at Christmas. [more inside]
posted by um_maverick
on Dec 2, 2007 -
So I told my new(ish) girlfriend that I'd cook her dinner this Sat. I'm pretty handy around the kitchen but I don't really have an old standby for this meal. Any ideas?
posted by bitdamaged
on Aug 3, 2006 -