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table d'hôte

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Pronunciation: /ˌtɑːbl(ə) ˈdəʊt
 
, tabl dot/

Definition of table d'hôte in English:

noun

A restaurant meal offered at a fixed price and with few if any choices: [as modifier]: a table d’hôte lunch for $6.50
More example sentences
  • Check its table d'hôte then make a reservation in one easy step.
  • You can choose from our A la Carte Menu or an extended table d'hôte Menu, with a comprehensive Wine list, all of which guarantee a most enjoyable evening.

Origin

early 17th century: French, literally 'host's table'. The term originally denoted a table in a hotel or restaurant where all guests ate together, hence a meal served there at a stated time and for a fixed price.

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