Booking a table

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Booking a table

Postby NottinghamWhite » 08 Dec 2019, 14:58

What time do you normally book a restaurant meal ?
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Re: Booking a table

Postby Davycc » 08 Dec 2019, 15:01

Don't really do evening meals out but if so 19:00. We do more breakfasts and lunches
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Re: Booking a table

Postby kk_white » 08 Dec 2019, 15:02

Always try for 7, time afterwards to let it settle and have a few drinks. We don't stay out as late as we used to :cry:
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Re: Booking a table

Postby rigger » 08 Dec 2019, 15:12

Really depends on the night in question.
We went for a meal on Saturday night with some friends to celebrate a birthday and plumped for 8pm as we were going on to a club afterwards.
Normally if it's Jeanna and I and it's a midweek thing, we'll go about 6-7pm to this little pan-Asian place in town, mainly because I go to bed early Mon-Fri because of work.

I don't personally like eating too late these days - I think medical science suggests you shouldn't eat after 8pm and I agree with that rule because I don't sleep so well if I do.

You change as you get older, don't you ? :think:
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Re: Booking a table

Postby NottinghamWhite » 08 Dec 2019, 15:17

We always book for 7pm really think it’s an ideal time to eat can push to half past if we have to.
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Re: Booking a table

Postby Mr Russell » 09 Dec 2019, 03:11

Between 6-7pm usually but have eaten at midnight one time.
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Re: Booking a table

Postby johnh » 09 Dec 2019, 10:27

rigger wrote:Really depends on the night in question.
We went for a meal on Saturday night with some friends to celebrate a birthday and plumped for 8pm as we were going on to a club afterwards.
Normally if it's Jeanna and I and it's a midweek thing, we'll go about 6-7pm to this little pan-Asian place in town, mainly because I go to bed early Mon-Fri because of work.

I don't personally like eating too late these days - I think medical science suggests you shouldn't eat after 8pm and I agree with that rule because I don't sleep so well if I do.

You change as you get older, don't you ? :think:


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Re: Booking a table

Postby mapperleywhite » 09 Dec 2019, 11:45

We sometimes go out on a Saturday and mostly have booked for a rather continental 2000. But we're tending more towards 1930 these days.....
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Re: Booking a table

Postby rigger » 09 Dec 2019, 12:56

mapperleywhite wrote:We sometimes go out on a Saturday and mostly have booked for a rather continental 2000. But we're tending more towards 1930 these days.....


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Re: Booking a table

Postby Selby White » 09 Dec 2019, 13:05

Usually early doors for us either 6pm or 6.30pm.
We tend to eat out once per week on a Saturday, beer first then bottle of wine with the food and home in time to watch EFL on Quest (actually in truth Mrs SW watches Casualty) :D

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