In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(propietario de un restaurante) restaurador masculine formal(propietario de un restaurante) restauradora feminine formal
- Meanwhile, shopkeepers, market stall holders and restaurateurs are losing money.
- As restaurateurs become more proficient and experienced, cash generation becomes more and more consistent.
- As a result of the events, a number of students have been offered additional experience in the form of placements with the visiting restaurateurs during their holidays.
- Any restaurateur will tell you, the business is volatile and establishments come and go all the time.
- Publicans and restaurateurs in major cities should make their own provisions to check customers' safety.
- He said taxation on food and drink was considerably higher for Irish restaurateurs than for their counterparts in countries such as Spain.
- Many restaurateurs and hoteliers, most airlines, and even some wine retailers employ consultants in their wine selection.
- What's more, a recent influx of new restaurants, restaurateurs and bar owners are attempting to pioneer a new culinary movement in town.
- Hotel proprietors, restaurateurs and publicans are unanimous on the point and not one of them regrets the changed habits of their patrons.
- The restaurateur said he was impressed by the children's knowledge of food and of fish, which he admitted, rather surprised him.
- Further, those engaged in the hotel and restaurant business must take out civil liability insurance for hoteliers and restaurateurs.
- The dream of many a French restaurateur is to get three stars in the Michelin restaurant guide.
- Most British food critics make little effort to go undercover at restaurants and many openly mix with chefs and restaurateurs.
- Hoteliers and restaurateurs have often tried, but failed.
- He believes that this is a city-wide problem and there are other landlords and restaurateurs in the same situation.
- Wineries are also devising strategies, along with restaurateurs and retailers, to get more people to think about wine.
- Local restaurateurs listen to the latest regulations and procedures designed to ensure food and safety standards are kept up to world standards.
- Of course, restaurateurs aren't trying to undermine children's health.
- One of the difficulties associated with the restaurant industry is a restaurateur's reliance on others.
- Using hand dyed and painted fabrics, she created colourful menu covers which soon caught the eye of other restaurateurs and wine merchants.
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