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Restaurant Traits

There are a seemingly endless amount of restaurants of there, serving every style of food you can imagine. While the food at these restaurants will vary greatly, so will the quality of service you receive and the environment you are dining in. There are many important elements that make up a memorable dining experience. Very few restaurants manage to get all of these elements right, such as the establishments owned by celebrity chef Tim Love. So how do you know which restaurants to have a romantic dinner at, and which ones to avoid? Here are just a few of the traits you should look for in a restaurant.

1. Quality of the food

This is number one on the list for a very obvious reason. The whole reason you are going to a restaurant in the first place is to get something to eat. If the food is not up to your standards, then the entire experience will be a complete waste of time. You may want to impress a date by taking this person out to dinner. If the food is not very good, your romantic gesture will not have its intended effect.  Maybe some music will enhance the atmosphere and it would be great to check out official guitar center site for more choices of instruments.

2. Quality of service

While the quality of food is the primary issue you will need to take into consideration, it is also important to take a close look at the quality of the service that the restaurant provides to their customers. Are the waiters and waitresses polite? Do they check back at the table regularly to refill drinks, remove dishes and see if there is anything the customers need? If you ask your waiter or waitress to bring you something, is the item brought to you in a timely manner? Does the person serving you have a friendly attitude? If your order is wrong, is the problem taken care of quickly and efficiently?

3. Price

There are certain very fancy restaurants where you will expect to pay a large amount of money. However, if you are just going out for an average dinner, you do not want to go broke doing it. This is why you need to take a serious look at the prices that some restaurants are charging. In some cases, you will find that you are not getting value for what you are paying. The portions are small compared to their price. If you feel that the various dishes are priced too high, you should dine elsewhere.

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