What would you pay for a really good meal?

  • Less than $10
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  • $10-20
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  • $20-30
    24% (8)18% (8)21% (16)Vote
  • $30-40
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  • I don't look at prices when I'm out to eat
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  • $0. Because I don't go out to eat
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Most Helpful Guy

  • it depends on what you eat.
    If it's just a kebab...4-5€ and you get already a very good one.
    pizza 10-12€
    a good steak can easily get very expensive..

    if it's just about tasting good... you get food in all price categories. When I was in the restaurant on All Hallows with my family, my menu cost 45€

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Most Helpful Girl

  • $20-$50. Good portions, fresh produce, cooked accordingly 👌🏽

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What Guys Said 27

  • for a good meal? i've spent $50-75 at nice steakhouses (incl entree, wine, side, and maybe dessert)

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  • I voted D but than I'm talking about the sort of restaurant I'd be visiting maximum twice a year. Normal meal is 8 to 10 EUR max (about $10 to 12).

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  • I think up to 30 or 40 dollars would seem a fair price to me.

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  • I don't care how much it costs within reason tbh. I'm a foodie 😝

    There's a steakhouse in Caesars palace that I went to over the summer $350 for a 12oz cut... it was no different from a high end $100 steak. Most Michelin starred restaurants in London are between £100-200 so that's kinda my limit.

    I'm not into that four figure caviar and champagne tasting menu stuff, can't afford it.

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  • In our country $ 10 = Rs 650(appox). With this type of money we can get the best meal. Food is really cheap in India.

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  • I think I'd probably max out at $500. I've had a lot of tasting menus and those things are probably about $120 on average with some I've had as high as $275. When I looked at the menu at Joel Robuchon, it was $375 and I started to balk at that but if it was supposedly the greatest thing in the world, I would be willing.

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  • For a really good meal I have paid hundreds of dollars per plate; however, my expectation at that price is very high.

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  • i dont go out to eat much

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  • I chose C.

    I've had amazing meals from the Cheesecake Factory in that range I highly doubt I'm really going to taste much of a difference at all for the higher prices. A lot of the time it's just the allusion of it being better trying to justify the price. They just make the meal look pretty but in terms of taste it probably tastes about the same as something in the C range. Although I'm a broke ass college student so I rarely go to a restaurant where I'll even be paying C.

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  • 20-30 max, especially because I love good food.

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  • $20-$30 if just me.

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  • I prefer going to rather local restaurants where I know it is cooked with quality. Usually I am at around 20-25 $ per person. Though definitely one day want to try out some upper class food here and there, but that is when I have some money leftover to spare for that.

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  • I wouldn't mind paying 30 to 40 for a meal really well done

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  • Satisfaction:)

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  • You have such cute questions but I watch buzzfeed of $7 burger vs $777 burger and the low to middle price ranges usually win.

    https://youtu.be/wduZHtRbSkY

    I'd rather just cook for you but I'm not a good cook at all. We can use the extra money to do something else though.

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  • I once spent $1000 on a steak.

    Granted, it was the entire left butt cheek of a full blood, top grade wagyu and was big enough to feed 2 families.

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  • $20-30 any more than that the portions start to get tiny.

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  • inmy experience great food cannot be judged by cost but skill... but play it safe n go on the mid-most expensive...

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  • idkk. i dont eat junk food, but at the same time, i dont really prioritize food.. i eat to live, not live to eat

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  • $50.

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  • you can pay anywhere from $80-350 for a great meal. You can spend much more just that is my range of where i would be

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  • Nothing, the only way to get a really good meal is to make it myself.

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  • Well, for a good meal and for me to take a girl out i would spend $40.00

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  • I've paid $200+ for a wonderful meal. Totally worth it on rare occasion!

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  • $30 - $40

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  • Max 20€

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  • i really don't care i just eat

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What Girls Said 6

  • I'll be real I've paid over $200 a person for a nice meal. Don't drink though so that saves me mad $$, BUT I'm def willing to shell out for food.

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  • In Belgium you quickly pay 20-30 EUR for a good main dish in a normal restaurant.

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  • $10-$20 if I'm just buying for myself.
    If I'm taking someone out to eat for a special occasion then they're allowed to order something $30-$40.
    If it's just hanging out and I pay then they shouldn't order anything over $20.

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  • For a meal max $80, for a menu max $140

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  • $20-30 is a decent price for me

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  • I hardly eat out. But if I do, im not eating crap food so whatever it is.

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