Although prix fixe, commonly pronounced 'prefix', menus are common in Europe, they're still somewhat of a novelty to most Americans. A prix fixe menu is simply a collection of predetermined items presented as a multi-course meal at a set price.
how you spelled it is just how it sounds, though the how you spelled it likely means prefix, like the de- in defuse or degrade. the way it is spelled is prix (price) fixe (fixed)
It comes from French, and it means the price is fixed. It's "prix fixe."
Un menu à prix fixe is the set meal provided by a restaurant, as opposed to the menu à la carte. With the former, a limited choice of 2 or 3 courses is offered at a set price, in the latter each dish on a much longer list has its own price, and you compose your own meal. This is invariably more expensive.
'Prix fixe' is French and thusly is pronounced 'pree feex.' This refers to a menu where a meal of many courses with only a few choices are available, charged at a fixed price. Many American restaurants use this style of menu for holidays, such as Valentine's Day, whereas it's very commonplace year-round in other countries.
'un menu [à prix fixe]' (the "à prix fixe" is implied and almost never expressed aloud) - 'à la carte' means that you pick every item up in the list and combine them. Add the price of each item to calculate your bill. - 'au menu, prendre un menu, manger un menu' means that you're picking the fixed menu, with a set price. In many restaurants you can change one item (say, the dessert) and still get the reduced price that goes with the 'menu' un menu (à prix fixe) more and more restaurants offer a menu - entrée et plat or plat et dessert (ie not three courses) for the same price (of course the apéritif, wine and coffee are not included)
Un mari à un prix fixe was created on 1965-07-26.
Prix Fixe - 1997 was released on: USA: 1 June 1997 (New York City, New York)
The cast of Prix Fixe - 1997 includes: Tim Blake Nelson as Busboy Douglas McGrath as Bob Waterman
There are many different types of menus classified in a restaurant. These include a static menu, an a la carte menu, a prix-fixe menu, and a du jour menu.
Family service is usually from a communal serving dish . Some restaurants still serve Family style and have a prix-fixe, limited menu .
There is no song called Prix Fixe. If there is then the internet has no information on it yet as the song is private. If the song exists then one should wait until the song is released to find this information.