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What's the sign of a great restaurant? Well, the most likely to know are the professionals. Reddit user ballinlikemyname wanted to know how the rest of us home cooks should select our next dinner date location.

ballinlikemyname asked:

"Chefs, what do you look for when you select a restaurant to dine at?

Not only did people share their red flags, but also how they know a restaurant is going to be good.

Here's some helpful hints from professional chefs and food industry workers to help you pick your next meal.

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Being a chef is way harder than it looks. Trust me, I've watched ten seasons of Hell's Kitchen, so I'm basically an expert. Cooking for an entire restaurant of people, while doing so in a timely fashion, isn't the easiest job in the world. And of course, not all dishes are created equal.

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Now as much as many of us love food or are self-professed, proud foodies... there is no reason to eat anything and everything. Some foods, particularly when you visit other countries need to be researched before consumed. You know there is a blowfish (fugu) that is popular in Tokyo that can kill you? You should look up menu items you can't pronounce before you're pronounced deceased.

Redditor u/PanBijo wanted to hear about the times food... became the enemy by asking... What's the most dangerous food you've ever eaten?
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Trying to replicate that tasty dish you had at a restaurant can prove to be an enormous challenge for the amateur cook.

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Not everyone excels at cooking, and that's okay.

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