restaurantnoun [ C ]uk /ˈres.trɒnt/ us /ˈres.tə.rɑːnt/
- Smoking is not allowed in this restaurant.
- They do really good food at that restaurant and it's not very expensive either.
- You seemed a bit hesitant about recommending that restaurant - is something wrong with it?
- A lot of new restaurants have started up in the region.
- Their chain of pubs and restaurants brings in millions of pounds a year.
- All of the food was wrapped in paper that showed the name of the restaurant.
- At a sushi restaurant, you sit and the table moves!
- He worked in restaurants and put the money away for his trip.
- He’s in the food business: he works in a restaurant.
- In an expensive part of a city, restaurant space costs a lot, and so do the pizzas.
- In some places the law says that people cannot smoke in restaurants.
- It has many stores – and some very expensive restaurants and cafés!
- It was cold near the door in the restaurant, so I moved to a different table.
- It’s sold by restaurants, supermarkets, and pizza delivery stores.
- Many pizza restaurants and delivery stores are franchises.
- Or call your favorite restaurants and pay them to send food to your house.
- Paris has restaurants from nearly every country in the world.
- There are beautiful hotels and great restaurants – French cooking is also famous.
- They stay at hotels, eat in restaurants, and buy things in shops.
- Think of people working in restaurant kitchens or builders working outside in the heat of the sun.