Wortformen:(regular plural) buffet lines
nounPronunciationNote the silent 't' in the word 'buffet'. (Hospitality (hotel): Restaurant) A buffet line is a selection of food that is displayed on a long table. Guests usually serve themselves.
⇒ Place silverware and napkins at the end of the buffet line. ⇒ Put desserts on the buffet line for guests to serve themselves after the main course is cleared. ⇒ It is not polite to taste the dishes of food displayed in the buffet line.
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