Food Date Tips To Bring Lovers Together
You and your romantic partner probably have many different things in common, but if food is something you’re both really passionate about, why not make it the star of your next date night? The two of you can enjoy some delicious meals and drinks together, which will definitely up the fun of the date for a couple of foodies. You can explore different options involving food for your dates as well. In case you need some ideas, keep on reading.
1. Join a food tour or wine/beer tasting
You might really love to eat tasty meals but find it very challenging to choose the place to go to or order from. This is a very common issue, but there’s no reason to waste time like this when you can simply join a food tour and visit a couple of different restaurants that are already planned into the tour! You’ll get to enjoy an appetizer, entree, or dessert together, and do that at approximately four different restaurants! If you also like wine and/or beer, instead of a food tour you can go wine/beer tasting, too. Aside from getting some tasty sips, you’ll also learn more about the whole wine/beer-making process. Obviously, there should be a wine-tasting menu provided to go along with your new experience. When it comes to beer tasting, common snacks are fresh soft-baked pretzels.
2. Explore the stalls
Fast food isn’t really good for you and we are all aware of it. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy something fast on occasion, especially if that occasion is your date night. Foodies who love to explore and experiment with new things are bound to like this particular idea as well. Essentially, there are always more and more options available when it comes to street food stalls. Take a walk together and check out some of the stalls and foods that you have never tried before! Create some great and fun memories by snapping pictures in front of different stalls to commemorate your first-tries and interesting date experience.
3. Go to a fancy new place
You don’t have to hit the street stalls in order to try something new together if that’s not your jam. In case the two of you like to dress up a bit and enjoy a fancier atmosphere on your date nights, you should make your date night restaurants a part of this experience, too. For instance, if you happen to be in Sydney, head to the suburbs in search of something hip and delish. Lately, there has been a lot of talk about popular Chatswood restaurants among Chinese food connoisseurs. After all, Chinese cuisine always has something new and extra to surprise the palate of the loving foodie couple.
4. Picnic parade
When a picnic date is concerned, you can’t go wrong. Add great food to that, and you two will definitely have a blast. What’s more, you have plenty of creative freedom with the picnic concept. You can turn your date night into a date day and enjoy an afternoon in nature with packed homemade goods. On the other hand, this picnic can always be done at night, somewhere both of you would find romantic, such as near the lake/river, in your garden/backyard, at the beach, etc. Also, during the colder months, don’t hesitate to throw a picnic in front of a fireplace with some delicious warm goodies ready to eat.
5. All-you-can-eat buffet
If you hear that there’s an all-you-can-eat buffet near you, take your partner over there for some fun and tasty date night. Every foodie absolutely loves a buffet and the whole experience will definitely be a lot more exciting and fun when you’re together. Also, a buffet allows for a great opportunity to try a bunch of different foods without having to commit to one in particular for a usually reasonable price. Just make sure you have baking soda and peppermint tea at home to tend to your tummies the day after.
Food is a source of pleasure, and when you get to experience it with your loved one, the pleasure is bound to double up. Regardless of whether you get to enjoy the food you know you love or try something for the very first time, the fact that you’re together will make this occasion a lot more special and delicious.