Tanner was incredibly endearing, and Keith found himself deeply touched by the young man. Oh, of course, it didn't help that he was stunning either, but it was more than just that. Tanner had character. He was more than just a pretty face, far more. He'd known him for just a short time, and surely hadn't told him everything there was to tell, and yet he already had quite a bit of respect for him. He sensed that it would probably only grow, too.
Keith smiled that rare, enigmatic smile once more as Tanner touched his hand and spoke. Yes, he really was beyond words, just about the most adorable person Keith had ever met, really. Obviously somewhat shy, but then, Keith couldn't exactly get on anyones case for that one, considering how he was. "Maybe we both did." Originally, he'd intended to get a one bedroom place, but he'd changed his mind. He couldn't remember why he had, but he was glad for it.
Someone who was as serious about training to be a doctor as Keith was couldn't even really consider going to one of the fast food restaurants. He knew how horrible they were for people, and he couldn't see subjecting either himself or his new friend to it. So he passed those by and considered the rest. There weren't really that many options when it was looked at that way, and Keith didn't have to think very long before chosing.
"If you really don't mind where we go, I'd like to go to the steakhouse. It seems like we'd have the best chance of getting real food there." His eyes widened when he realized something. "I'm in the States now. The fast food is even worse here than it is in Canada, I've heard. In Canada, the restaurants are all required to use at least Grade A meat." It was true, and a world without that was hard to imagine. With that, he walked over to the steakhouse door and held it for the younger man politely.