If you'll be visiting a high-end restaurant for the first time and suspect you might find dining in this luxurious setting a bit daunting, you should read through these tips.
Try ordering at least one ultra-fancy dish you've never tried before
If going to a high-end restaurant is a unique experience for you, then you can look forward to trying dishes you might not have eaten before. You may even want to try something you wouldn't normally order.
If you often opt for soup as a starter when ordering a Chinese takeaway, you'll be familiar with classic varieties, such as chicken noodle or crabmeat and sweetcorn. As delicious as these soups are, they are not the only options on offer. Most Chinese takeaways have a number of authentic soup recipes on their menu. Here are four soups that are worth looking out for when ordering your next takeaway:
Sport is a massive part of Australian culture. So if you want to enjoy watching rugby, cricket or athletics, you may be thinking about heading down to a sports bar. If you don't often frequent sports bars, you may be wondering about what to look out for in a high-quality establishment. Read on to find out more.
Multiple TV screens
While most sports bars have one main screen onto which the event is projected, it is also important to check out if the establishment also has smaller screens dotted around the place.
If you're a fan of Italian food but are following a low-carb high-fat diet (LCHF), you may find that the abundance of pasta and bread won't fit into your macronutrient limits. The low-carb high-fat diet, also known as the keto diet, is a bit of a craze right now as many people experience rapid weight loss with it. The LCHF diet aims to drop glycogen levels in the body enough so that the body becomes more efficient at burning fat for fuel, but it's a diet that you must be consistent with because it is only effective if you can stick to it.
Oysters are a popular delicacy, yet, for many people the idea of ordering oysters at a restaurant is still quite scary, because they aren't sure what to order or how to eat them. There is a mystique surrounding oysters, and, unless you are familiar with eating them, it can be tempting to avoid the uncertainty and choose something more commonplace instead. It's a shame to avoid oysters since once you know how to appreciate them they do make a fantastic appetiser.