Fast food restaurant is the worst place to go on a date.
The mission of fast food is to deliver a quick and filling meal to your stomach. Inviting someone to a fast food meal could possible send a signal you want to "quickly" get over with this meeting. I know this may not hold true to most people. It's simply my conjecture and based on my own experience. The choice of food to eat with a date is something that is satisfies the stomach and cultivate good communication. In other words, a meal that requires you to sit down and enjoy can help you communicate better with your partner.
Based on my dating experience and eating preference these are my choices.
Whether it be street tacos or homemade tacos this sizzling food is 100% enjoyable and versatile. These can be eaten without any cumbersome dining accoutrements. Hint: you could even these your date for making a cute mess and bring up some childhood memories of your most embarrassing moments.
2. Spring Rolls
This is the best way to create some bonding time. 1) the making process will be amusing. 2) Once you take a bite into a spring roll you can't stop eating. It's one of those food you could eat forever.
It's traditional, simple and no one can resist melted cheese fresh from the oven. As you can already tell I really like hands-on meals because there's no limit to creativity. I find food more enjoyable when I put effort into making it. Hey and it's a good way to gain insight of your partner's taste bud.
This little rice roll wrapped in seaweed is addicting and did I mention healthy? We love going to one of those rotating sushi bar because we could pick and choose what we want as we see it. While eating we would try to guess what kind of sauce they the use in the sushi. Note: Kimbap is a great alternative to sushi if you don't like raw fish. Great for picnics!
5. Boiling Crab
This is a Cajun restaurant and one of our favorite places to eat on a date. The concept is eating fresh seafood with your hands. This your chance to eat like a bear without being judge because everyone else is doing it. ;) And you can talk forever peeling a pound of shrimp.
Let me know if you have any good food suggestions for dates!