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brasserie

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, Leisure
brasseriebras‧se‧rie /ˈbræsəri $ ˌbræsəˈriː/ noun [countable]  DFDLa cheap informal restaurant, usually serving French food
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brasserieThe hotel has an attractive bar area, an àlacarte restaurant currently holding a Michelin Star and a brasserie with patio area.Mustard's role in a bistro or brasserie is varied.Another one was drawing up outside the brasserie in a beautiful old red Holden with white-wall tyres.Even though he was gagged, Mr Glenn managed to dial 999 and the call was traced by police back to the brasserie.He took her down to the brasserie, sat with her at a corner table away from the main body of the room.Downstairs was the brasserie where a palm-court orchestra would play selections from the shows of the day.
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