名词餐馆; 饭店; 饭馆; 菜馆
1. He invited her to dinner at a French restaurant.
2. Trains usually have a restaurant car.
A：This restaurant has six parking spaces.
B：What are the odds of finding a parking space there?
A：But it’s private parking only.
A：Are you free tomorrow night?
B：Yes, I am.
A：Shall we have dinner together?
B：Do you have a special restaurant in mind?
A：Yes, I do. I know a place that has excellent food.
B：O.K. I’ll be happy to join you.
A：Good morning. Restaurant Service. May I help you?
B：Good morning. Would you please bring me some breakfast?
A：Certainly, Sir. What are you going to have?
B：I'd like to order a hamburger and fries.
A：Would you like something else?
A：Well. It will be up immediately.
A restaurant is a place where you can eat a meal and pay for it. In restaurants your food is usually served to you at your table by a waiter or waitress.
e.g. They ate in an Italian restaurant in Forth Street...
e.g. We had dinner in the hotel's restaurant.