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View Poll Results: When you see something different on a menu what do you think?
That looks different so I can't wait to try it. 49 94.23%
That looks different so there is no way I am going to order it. 3 5.77%
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Old 11-24-2007, 10:18 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by GB View Post
If you are in a restaurant and they have your favorite dish, another dish that you have never tried, but sounds really good, and a third dish that seems to be a weird combination of flavors, would you get your favorite, try something safe but new, or try the item that on paper seems a bit weird but you want to give it a shot anyway.
In that case (and I do this Regularly) I order what I want to eat (a safe dish) and also a new one, then we would try this between us, and all being well, it`ll be a New Favorite (and that`s happened also).

so yes, I do buy an Extra portion of something new often.

and occasionally I see something on someone elses plate while waiting for the food and ask for some of that too :)

So long and Thanks for all the Fish ;)

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