a la carte

NOUN
  1. a menu having individual dishes listed with separate prices
ADVERB
  1. by ordering items listed individually on a menu
    we ate a la carte
ADJECTIVE
  1. (of a restaurant meal) having unlimited choices with a separate price for each item
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How To Use a la carte In A Sentence

  • * More than half of the bundled textbooks surveyed (55 percent) were not available for students to purchase a la carte, in which the textbook is available without the add-on materials. States passing laws on textbook pricing practices
  • The a la carte menu's gone and she now serves traditional, home-cooked grub.
  • It can be had a la carte or as part of a combo plate combining the several foods that most of the individual vendors offer.
  • The a la carte option is opposed by the U.S. cable industry and would require government intercession.
  • The restaurant offers both table d'hote and a la carte.
  • Very soon he will put versions of Escoffier-era classics like sole Veronique and lamb en cocotte on the à la carte menu.
  • There is an excellent a la carte restaurant for hotel residents.
  • A heap of mashed potatoes comes with it, although I enjoyed mine with à la carte side dishes of lemon-and-garlic-flavored rapini and tiny Brussels sprouts mixed with candied pecans.
  • There's also an à la carte lunch, which includes fat, handmade udon noodles and artful versions of donburi, a traditional dish consisting of rice, seaweed, and, when I tried it, a topping of salmon roe and the freshest maguro tuna.
  • Each addition to the bangle is a la carte, so you can stay within your budget. Examiner National Edition Articles
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