Monday, October 15, 2007
DELICIOUS DRESSINGS
Wooden furnishings, checkered cloths, the smell of roasting herbs and other delightful things that are reminescent of something, just out of reach, darknesss overhead, light chatter and music below... that is what, according to me, makes for a wonderful restaraunt.

Dining out, it seems, is taken by most as a chance to revel in the variety of foodstuffs and their preparations. But to me it isn't the only factor that makes the experience memorable. Other factors combine, to create the perfect atmosphere for indulging oneself.

One of my favourites is an outdoor one, with wooden benches, trees all around, a tended vegetable patch to be explored, and the kitchens promisingly nearby. That place could keep me entranced, but, alas, it's in another place.

Considering less formal ones, you do have some really innovative ones, with each table separate, and individual, to your taste.

Coming to those elegant places where you feel all secluded and elegant.
You either have the Chinese ones, with a faint trace of something that seems to be Chinese Tea and keeps you guessing throughout, candles and dim lights, and ancient antiques on the walls. Who's looking at the food?


Then you have the ones where it's so brightly lit, and yet, decorously dined at. These are usually any other variety of food, Greek, say, or Italian. The food, here, is indeed what keeps you coming back, and the crowds of people flocking there do nothing to diminish your number of visits.

Then names, ah names! Aren't they able to suggest, insinuate, induce? Flavours, and Potpourri, and Sploof and Red Herrings and what not.

And now, finally, it's time to explore...

posted by Clezevra @ 1:51 AM  
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