Daughter: *with excitement* Let's go to that place where we went before for dinner.
Me: *not able to understand where* Do you remember when?
Daughter: *clarifies* It was a while back. It is a nice place.
Me: *still having trouble in recollecting* Remind me, please.
Daughter: *with patience* The one opposite Ryman.
Me: *bingo* Oh! Royal Tandoori.
Daughter: *smiles* Yes.
Me: *carefully diverts to choose another restaurant* Can we try "House of Flavours"? Have you been there?
Daughter: *abruptly* No
Me: *awaits a clarification*
Daughter: *seals the deal* No, we will go to Royal Tandoori. It is posh. The name says so.
My personal preference is the second one because of the ambiance. But the word "Royal" won my daughter over. Now I also know why the restaurants these glaring adjectives as part of their name.