Is it rude when a friend or family member wants you to go to a restaurant you don't like going to with them?
There is a restaurant that my brother and his wife loves, the one time I went there I did not like it because the food was overpriced and the service was very slow (I've had an empty glass for like 15 minutes), I really don't want to go back to that restaurant because I don't like it when my glass is empty for a long time period.
- RobertLv 63 months agoFavorite Answer
One bad visit could be an anomaly. Give it one more shot. If it still doesn't please you then on future visits you can inform your brother that, although he likes that place you don't. Tell him you'd like to try something different. But remember, if you dine out with them often you both should be free to pick restaurants sometimes, but you too must go back to the place they enjoy once in a while. Fair is fair.
- Vanvikki3Lv 43 months ago
No. Everyone in family equal. Why not treat them equal.
- sunshine_melLv 73 months ago
It's not rude - they like the restaurant, so like visiting it
You didn't like it on the one occasion you went there
If you don't want to return, tell them you'd prefer to try somewhere else; perhaps make a suggestion for alternatives.
- el staplerLv 43 months ago
Well, if they're paying, I can tolerate a lot.
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- 3 months ago
It’s fine you always have an option right
- BobLv 73 months ago
To me it's not rude of them to ask, and it's not rude of you to decline if you don't want to go.
- 3 months ago
Then don't go suggest another restaurant
- Candy coatedLv 63 months ago
No it's not rude, and it's also not rude to either decline of suggest an alternative restaurant
- ErikLv 73 months ago
No, it's not rude for them to ask, and it's not rude for you to say no. People are too damn sensitive these days.
- conley39Lv 73 months ago
No, it's not rude of them to want to spend time with you.