In a restaurant, a menu is a presentation of food and beverage offerings. A menu may be a la carte – which guests use to choose from a list of options – or table d'hôte, in which case a pre-established sequence of courses is served.
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... Hospital menus Kids' menu Railroad menus Fast food menus Airline meal Military rations Wine list ...
... Traditionally, a staple of Little Chef's menu has been all day breakfasts, although some can only be bought before 11 am ... Nearly all the menu consists of traditional British fare ... There is also a children's menu and a new takeaway menu ...
... Series 7 of The Great British Menu began on 9 April 2012 with Scotland being the first region to cook ... The chefs are tasked with creating a menu that captures the Olympic spirit and during the series they meet up with Olympians from the UK to gain inspiration and advice for their menu ...
... Across the bottom is the Softkey menu, a set of five icons that provide easy access to important features Messaging, Call, Menu, Phonebook, and Favorites ... Touching the background or the Shortcut Menu on the right side of the phone brings up a customizable menu with 11 icons ... be set to a program (including downloaded ones), a menu, a library, and other features on the phone ...
... which aired in December 2010, Great British Waste Menu was made to highlight food wastage in Britain ... Hartnett, plus Matt Tebbutt and Simon Rimmer) to create a three-course menu plus canapes from food destined to be discarded by producers, supermarkets, restaurants and regular ... The final menu, served as a banquet for 60 people, comprised Samosa canapes (Simon Rimmer) British Beef with a Beef Consomme and Summer Vegetables (Matt Tebutt) Fresh ...
More definitions of "menu":
- (noun): (computer science) a list of options available to a computer user.
Synonyms: computer menu
- (noun): An agenda of things to do.
Example: "They worked rapidly down the menu of reports"
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—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
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—Edna Ferber (18871968)