Traducción de gastropub en Español:

gastropub

Pronunciación /ˈɡæstroʊˌpəb//ˈɡastrəʊpʌb/

nombre

Britanico
Cocina

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    pub que se especializa en comida de calidad
    • If someone wants a bottle of something healthy and delicious at lunchtime with a sandwich, might they not also want it at home with their evening meal, at a gastropub at the weekend, or for their children in a school lunchbox?
    • It's now a lavishly refurbished and rather expensive gastropub.
    • Now they are increasingly gastropubs, with fine wines and restaurant-quality food, targeting a more conservative audience.
    • I love all pubs, even gastropubs, so long as they don't destroy your proper pubs, because it would be a shame if youngsters only saw all that chrome and glass.
    • Eggs and ham on a muffin stooped in hollandaise sauce is gastropub breakfast food for a chilly British winter.
    • Sipping an orange juice in a west London gastropub, he turns out to be a master of the admirable understatement.
    • It used to be an average dark pub, but six years ago the windows became transparent: it was the first gastropub I went to.
    • In time, I guess, the bar will be turned into a gastropub.
    • We eat together lots - in gastropubs and delis and, increasingly, nice tea rooms.
    • Unless you're eating this ironically in a West London gastropub then the chances are your prawns are frozen shrimps bloated with sugar and salt water, then smothered in ketchup and mayonnaise.
    • For those who bridle at the glaring omissions the reason is simply that I have restricted myself to restaurants or gastropubs that I have visited within the last year.
    • This may have been in the days before gastropubs but it was also before pre-cooked, microwaved contract catering, and the best thing on the menu was always the mixed grill.
    • He shuns the lookalike gastropubs with their lookalike clientele and points us in the direction of real food in real pubs.
    • This is what I think is a seedy pub down the road from me, but they say is now an inexpensive gastropub.
    • Nowadays there's the gastropub, an establishment driven as much by food as booze, frequently run by cooks without the equity to set up a restaurant proper.
    • The second time we meet, it's lunch at a gastropub near Fleet Street.
    • You may be in for a surprise if you peek into the kitchen when next at your local gastropub.
    • The long, communal dining-table is laden with comforting home-cooked gastropub food.
    • This will affect a large majority of the borough's pubs who have cashed in on the gastropub trend by serving bar snacks and full meals.
    • Whack them in the microwave for a few seconds, douse them in cream and pretend you're paying a fortune at a gastropub.