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On 20 Mar 2003 at 9:28, matthew h. kulas wrote:

> On Thu, 20 Mar 2003, Skip King wrote:
> > dinner).  Each night, there will be a "Menu" as well as a la
> > carte choices - the Menu option is not seen often in the US
> > anymore, except at pricy joints.  Menus are generally a
> > predetermined, four- or five-course meal.  You might get a
> > choice between two apps and two mains, but generally, it's
> > all same-same.  By the time you crunch the numbers for
>
> I believe it is called "Prix Fixe" in the US.

Can be, but isn't necessarily the same thing.  Some high-
end restaurants are pix fixe in the states, and essentially
let you have your choice of the selections on offer (maybe
with a surcharge for REALLY expensive stuff).

You're correct, however, that a "menu" is all inclusive with
one price.

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