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5 course meal vs Pub food

StroShow

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What's your preference and why? PS, you're not preparing it so don't let that influence your decision
 

BJBirdy

Registered Member
Dickey's Flow said:
What's your preference and why? PS, you're not preparing it so don't let that influence your decision
I like them both for certain reasons. But to shamelessly use psychology terms, I'm probably classically conditioned to like pub food more. I say that because usually when I'm enjoying pub food, I'm either watching sports or I'm spending time relaxing with friends. If I'm enjoying a 5 course meal, then usually the atmosphere is a little more serious.

But when it comes to the food itself, I'd say I'm 55-60% more pub food than 5 course meal.
 

Sabby

New Member
Agree 100% with BJbirdy. both meals are fantastic but for different reasons. If I was rich though, I'd lean more to the fancier, 5 course stuf. But either choice is a winner
 

StroShow

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I'd rather have wings, poutine and Nachos ect over steak, roasted potatoes and vegetables any day of the week. I just enjoy it more even if it occurs at home with my family at 5 o'clock.
 

Babe_Ruth

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I love a five course meal, but I also love pub food.

If I'm going to a restaurant and I have to choose between the two, I think I'll go with Pub food. I just prefer it because of the atmosphere, the environment and the beers on tap.
 

willge87

Registered Member
What sort of five-course meal are we talking about here? Here's a sampling of the menu I got on my cruise in December:

Shrimp Cocktail
Caesar Salad
Steak, Mashed Potatoes and Lobster Tail
A desert

I'd take this probably more often than not over pub food, that is if it didn't cause any weight gain :lol:
 

Sabby

New Member
willge87 said:
What sort of five-course meal are we talking about here? Here's a sampling of the menu I got on my cruise in December:

Shrimp Cocktail
Caesar Salad
Steak, Mashed Potatoes and Lobster Tail
A desert

I'd take this probably more often than not over pub food, that is if it didn't cause any weight gain :lol:
Soup to start, I'm a big can of chowder or squash soup

french baguette with a nice balsamic vinegar/oil for dipping

Cesar or a nice spinach salad

Steak/fish or chicken with roasted vegetables, sweet potatoes or rice

a desert

I also like pairing wine with each course. For my anniversary in 2012 we did a dinner with wine pairing and it was by far the best meal I've ever had. I think at heart I'm a foodie and really wnt to start expanding my palate
 
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