Dinner Date is an ITV show where someone chooses three people to go on a date with according to the food that their date will cook for them.
Elvira (swimming instructor)Karen (reflexologist)Debby (graphic designer)Jane (student)Via Scott Bryan / BuzzFeed
No, it wasn't a subway.
Jane, who in this article claims she is proposing a subway and a coke, doesn't exist. The media lies.
Scott (writer and journalist)Cameron (creative director)Russell (business manager)Clark (recruitment consultant)
Always go for the dessert.
Grant (financial consultant)Kelvin (recruitment consultant)Via Scott Bryan / BuzzFeed
Sorry Grant, it's not your day.
Oh well, saved a trip to the Co-op.
Lauren (curtain shop sales)Rhea (IT sales executive)Abbie (student and part time sales assistant)Laura (events fundraiser)Via Scott Bryan / BuzzFeed
You should have tried a pun.
Everyone else did.
Lucy (media executive)Bryony (medical student)Chantal (events manager)Danielle (events manager)Via Scott Bryan / BuzzFeed
You were not marinade for each other. Your (possible) dream of cooking on ITVBe daytime now won't come true.
Charlotte (sales administrator)Katie (personal assistant)Via Scott Bryan / BuzzFeed
You're probably lovely but that name of your meal was not to my taste.
Mike (personal trainer)Jack (sports student)Via Scott Bryan / BuzzFeed
ABS ABS ABS ABS ABS ABS ABS
ABS ABS ABS ABS ABS ABS ABS.
Ian (mortgage advisor)Daniel (musician)Via Scott Bryan / BuzzFeed
WHAT. DECLINING PESTO?
Jenny, how could you.
Jane (personal assistant)Poppy (estate agent)Via Scott Bryan / BuzzFeed
TRY VODKA INSTEAD JANE.
Forget your filo pastry parcels.