Buffet Restaurants are Great Places to Have a Romantic Date

''We will go to buffet restaurants and eat some good food and enjoy the atmosphere, which is fantastic!''

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Wondering what your next date idea should be? Go to a buffet restaurant with your partner.

In a buffet, there is a special way of serving meals. Food is normally placed in a public area and diners serve themselves, without assistance or very minimal assistance from the staff.

There are many of such restaurants in big towns and cities. Many different types of dishes make the menu and diners eat what they want and as much as they want.

Each buffet charge a general fee for all customers. In London, for instance, many buffets charge five pounds each for all customers.

Customers are not allowed to take left overs home nor are they supposed to share their food with someone else, who did not purchase food there.

Most buffets are always full, especially in the evening hours.

It's very interesting to eat there. You eat as many different meals as you want. You get to see a lot of interesting people with their peculiar eating habits. People do a lot of interesting things with food and the atmosphere is always ''funky.''

Remember that if you are taking your partner to one of these restaurants, make sure both of you go on an empty stomach.

Walk the streets after the buffet hand in hand with your partner.

Alternatively to this idea, cruise the city in a limo, take a river boat cruise, or party outdoors for fun.

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