- aDo you want to go out for dinner tonight?
- bSure. Have you got anywhere in mind?
- aI'm starving, so maybe we could go somewhere with large portions.
- bThat Italian restaurant in the city centre always has large portions. Do you want to go there?
- aI'm not really in the mood for Italian, actually. I was thinking of something a bit spicy.
- bIf you want spicy food, then I'd recommend going to a Thai, Indian or Chinese restaurant. How about that Chinese buffet on Cowley Road?
- aI really like that restaurant; you get a lot for your money there. But, they've westernized their food, so it's not actually that spicy.
- bYou're right. Most of their dishes have sweet sauces. We could try that Indian restaurant just down the road from us.
- aThe Taj? They're a bit expensive, but they do serve large portions of very hot food.
- bThe Taj it is then.
- aShall we bring our own bottle of wine to save some money?
- bThey'll still charge us a corkage fee.
- aThat's right. It'll probably work out to be about the same then anyway.
- bDon't worry about money. I'll treat you tonight.
- aAre you sure? We could go Dutch.
- bNo, I'll pay. It's my turn anyway. You paid last time.
- aI won't argue with that! Let's go!