restaurant

an establishment where meals are served to customers.

; French, n. use of present participle of

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– a building where people go to eat

bistro- a small informal restaurant; serves wine

brasserie- a small restaurant serving beer and wine as well as food; usually cheap

brewpub- a combination brewery and restaurant; beer is brewed for consumption on the premises and served along with food

buildingedifice- a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place; there was a three-story building on the corner; it was an imposing edifice

cafecoffee barcoffee shopcoffeehouse- a small restaurant where drinks and snacks are sold

cafeteria- a restaurant where you serve yourself and pay a cashier

canteen- restaurant in a factory; where workers can eat

mobile canteencanteen- a restaurant outside; often for soldiers or policemen

diner- a restaurant that resembles a dining car

greasy spoon- a small restaurant specializing in short-order fried foods

grillgrillroom- a restaurant where food is cooked on a grill

hash house- an inexpensive restaurant

lunchroom- a restaurant (in a facility) where lunch can be purchased

rotisserie- a restaurant that specializes in roasted and barbecued meats

chophousesteakhouse- a restaurant that specializes in steaks

tea parlortea parlourteahousetearoomteashop- a restaurant where tea and light meals are available

restaurant chain- a chain of restaurants

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We had dinner in the hotels restaurant.

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We dont often go to restaurants

Nous nallons passouventaurestaurant.

chain, food, meal, kitchen, manager, owner, staff

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a place where meals may be bought and eaten.

a carriage on a train in which meals are served to travellers.

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Multilingual Translator © HarperCollins Publishers 2009

هَلْ يوجَدُ مَطْعَمٌ بِالقُرْبِ مِنْ مَوْقِعِ الـمُخَيَّمِ؟

Er der en restaurant på campingpladsen?

Gibt es auf dem Campingplatz ein Restaurant?

ά ό ώ ά;

Onko leirintäalueella ravintolaa?

Il y a un restaurant dans le camping ?

Is er een restaurant op de camping?

Czy na polu namiotowym jest restauracja?

Tem um restaurante no local do camping?

?

Finns det restaurang på campingplatsen?

C nh hng no ở khu cắm trại không?

هَلْ يـُمْكِنُ أَنْ توصِيَ بِـمَطْعَمٍ جَيِّدٍ؟

Můžete doporučit dobrou restauraci?

Kan De anbefale en god restaurant?

Können Sie ein gutes Restaurant empfehlen?

ί ί έ ό ό;

¿Puede recomendar un buen restaurante?

Voitteko suositella hyvää ravintolaa?

Vous pouvez me recommander un bon restaurant ?

Možete li preporučiti dobar restoran?

Pu consigliare un buon ristorante?

Kunt u een goed restaurant aanbevelen?

Kan du anbefale en god restaurant?

Czy może Panpolecić jakąś dobrą restaurację?

O senhor pode recomendar um bom restaurante?

?

Kan ni rekommendera en bra restaurang?

İyi bir restoran tavsiye edebilir misiniz?

Bạn c thể giới thiệu một nh hng tốt không?

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Are there any vegetarian restaurants here?

Can you recommend a good restaurant?

would not pay in such a stony, forbidding, desolate place.

There were two reasons why Lord Dawlish was unaware of Claire Fenwicks presence at Reigelheimers

: Reigelheimers is situated in a basement below a ten-storey building, and in order to prevent this edifice from falling into his patrons soup the proprietor had been obliged to shore up his ceiling with massive pillars.

The pleasantest was to dine luxuriously at some expensive

; and then, after declaring insolvency, be handed over quietly and without uproar to a policeman.

in Soho, where Paul worked, there were none of these things; and Paul himself, though he certainly moved swiftly, was by no means noiseless.

To dine at half-past seven, the Duchess remarked, as she looked around the ENTRESOL of the great

through her lorgnettes, is certainly a little trying for ones temper and for ones digestion, but so long as those men accepted, I certainly think they ought to have been here.

The two men shook hands, and Winsett proposed a bock at a little German

A few steps brought them to a smaller

, where a dozen people were already lunching on the pavement under an awning; on the window was announced in large white letters: Dejeuner 1.25, vin compris.

He found his carriage outside without much difficulty and drove quickly round to the Milan

THE great Muscari, most original of the young Tuscan poets, walked swiftly into his favourite

, which overlooked the Mediterranean, was covered by an awning and fenced by little lemon and orange trees.

, in the neighbourhood of – , where you can get one of the best-cooked and cheapest little French dinners or suppers that I know of, with an excellent bottle of Beaune, for three-and-six; and which I am not going to be idiot enough to advertise.

Once she had humorously lamented that she had never been to Simpsons

Meantime the Assistant Commissioner was already giving his order to a waiter in a little Italian

round the corner – one of those traps for the hungry, long and narrow, baited with a perspective of mirrors and white napery; without air, but with an atmosphere of their own – an atmosphere of fraudulent cookery mocking an abject mankind in the most pressing of its miserable necessities.

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