I didn't think it was up to much.

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From English course "Outcomes". Without context

All my friends recommended trying the new restaurant but I didn't think it was up to much.

Does the speaker say that he went to the restaurant, or he only says that he didn't think it was up to much (and we don't know whether he went there or not)?
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    American English
    With a course title of "Outcomes," I suppose he went there and wasn't impressed, despite his friends' recommendations.


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    AE (US English)
    He ate at the restaurant. Otherwise he would not say he had an opinion (an opinion different than all his friends).
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