table d'hote

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Synonyms for table d'hote

a menu offering a complete meal with limited choices at a fixed price

(of a restaurant meal) complete but with limited choices and at a fixed price



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You can add a two-course table d'hote meal for two in Marco Pierre White restaurant for just PS15pp.
Dinner will be a three-course meal at the Table D'Hote restaurant.
2-course table d'hote dinner at The Royal Hotel, Ventnor, is up to the value of PS70.
A special occasion calls for a special meal, so, if you're feeling generous, treat them to dinner at 60 Hope Street, above, and if you eat from the table d'hote menu you can get three courses for PS29.
Traditional and international dishes are served, as well as Sunday lunches, bar snacks, table d'hote and a la carte menus.
Across the table d'hote (PS29) and a la carte menus we had to wade through ten starters and twenty-six (yes, really) main courses.
Enjoy a sumptuous overnight stay with three-course Table d'hote dinner in The Grill Room plus full breakfast.
You will enjoy a threecourse table d'hote dinner with a bottle of house wine in the Glenskirlie House Restaurant.
While Rob will be producing dishes from a set a la carte menu he will bring his own touches to the table d'hote menu.
uk/ We have three prizes on offer - one at each hotel - of two nights in a deluxe room, table d'hote dinner, and full English breakfast both mornings.
The table d'hote features a smoked salmon appetizer, perfumed with lime, followed by a surf and turf entree of scallops and tenderloin.
Opting for the table d'hote at pounds 40 a head, we sat on the comfortable red fabric sofas by the open fire to read the menu while enjoying the canaps and aperitifs.
A great value four course Table D'hote menu is served here during the summer months.