If you're taking a woman out to dinner, and depending on who's paying for the bill, may it be you or her or you both decide to split it half and half, what would you want her to order. I'm looking at it from a financial standpoint, so would you want her to order the cheapest thing on the menu, maybe order for her, or it doesn't matter? I always thought going on a date would be awkward, because In a general sense, it just feels weird when someone is paying for me. And I wouldn't want to order the most expensive thing either. What is considered etiquette when choosing off the menu, and not going overboard?
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I'm a chef, I love good food and am going to take you some place I know is great... So I always do a tasting menu "omakase". A smart man has the foresight to go some place he can afford. No matter the circumstance if you're out on a date I'm sure he wants you to be happy so order what sounds good. Maybe test the water with a "doesn't that sound good" and read his response.2