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set menu

This page is about the collocation set menu

collocation pattern: adjective + noun

Meaning

a complete meal with several courses for a fixed price

For example

  • Would you like to try one of our set menus?

  • I don't know much about Japanese food, so I'll just order a set menu.

Note:
Related collocations include "set meal", "set lunch", "set dinner", etc.

Quick Quiz

If you have a set menu, you

a. fill a plate and take it to your table

b. share the food with other people

c. don't have to choose every dish

Contributor: Matt Errey