table d'hote

NOUN
  1. a menu offering a complete meal with limited choices at a fixed price
ADJECTIVE
  1. (of a restaurant meal) complete but with limited choices and at a fixed price
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How To Use table d'hote In A Sentence

  • The restaurant offers both table d'hote and a la carte.
  • The trouble with the peace table is that the Allies want it _à la carte_, and Wilson wants it American plan -- _table d'hôte_. More Toasts
  • I took up my abode at the French hotel in the Calle de la Niveria, and was allotted a species of cockloft, or garret, to sleep in, for the house was filled with guests, being a place of much resort, on account of the excellent table d'hote which is kept there. The Bible in Spain; or, the journeys, adventures, and imprisonments of an Englishman, in an attempt to circulate the Scriptures in the Peninsula
  • The table d'hote menu offers good value.
  • Even so, the three Americans pluckily visit museums, churches and galleries and sample the camaraderie of table d'hôte, The Master Takes a Tour
  • The table d'hote menu offers good value.
  • It helpfully adds that it is "culturally insensitive" to offer a half-bottle of wine on the table d'hôte menu. VisitBritain tells Londoners how to welcome visitors to 2012 Olympics
  • This, I presume," he remarked, "is not where you serve the eightpenny table d'hote? The Yellow Crayon
  • The 'table d'hote' meal eaten, the next feature of Mrs. Dott's program was the visit to the Aunt Lavinia homestead. Cap'n Dan's Daughter
  • But he washed his hands and brushed his hair and they descended to the dining-room, where they ate a 'table d'hote' meal, beginning with lukewarm soup and ending with salty ice cream. Cap'n Dan's Daughter
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