Deutsch: Restaurant / Español: Restaurante / Português: Restaurante / Français: Restaurant / Italiano: Ristorante
A restaurant is a business establishment which prepares and serves food and drink to customers in return for money, either paid before the meal, after the meal, or with a running tab. Meals are generally served and eaten on premises, but many restaurants also offer take-out and food delivery services. Restaurants vary greatly in appearance and offerings, including a wide variety of the main chef's cuisines and service models.

In the travel context, a restaurant is an establishment that offers food and drink to customers for consumption on the premises. Restaurants can range from fast food chains to fine dining establishments, and can be found in various locations including airports, hotels, and tourist destinations.

Examples of restaurants in the travel context include:

  1. A fast food chain like McDonald's or KFC in an airport terminal.
  2. A local seafood restaurant in a beach town.
  3. A rooftop bar and restaurant in a city center.
  4. A Michelin-starred restaurant in a luxury hotel.

Similar things to restaurants in the travel context include:

  1. Cafes - small establishments that serve light meals, snacks, and drinks.
  2. Bars - establishments that primarily serve alcoholic beverages and may also offer food.
  3. Food trucks - mobile food vendors that offer a variety of cuisine.
  4. Street food vendors - small food stalls or carts that offer local cuisine.
  5. Buffets - restaurants that offer a self-service, all-you-can-eat dining experience.
  6. Room service - a hotel service that delivers food and drinks to guests in their rooms.
  7. Dining experiences - unique dining experiences such as dinner cruises, wine tastings, and cooking classes.

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