In 1765 a Parisian soup-vendor named Boulanger (which, confusingly, means Baker) put up a sign outside his shop in Latin, reading: << VENITE AD ME VOS QUI STOMACHO LABORATIS ET EGO RESTAURABO VOS >>
"Come to me, all who labour in the stomach, and I will restore you."
The idea of serving individual meals to customers who could sit down and eat them on the spot was, amazingly, very new; so the restorative aspect of Boulanger's innovation was incorporated into the name for this type of establishment.
Thus, the word "restaurant" comes from the French word " la restauration", meaning "restoration".
The word restaurant come from French.
The word restaurant came from French
Word 'restaurant' derives from the French verb restaurer, meaning 'to restore'.
the word restaurant comes for France, where most words are form
The word restaurant derives from the French, and originally meant a place where you could restore your health by eating a nice healthy bowl of soup. Restaurant is literally a place of restoration.
The italian word for restaurant is ristorante.or "Trattoria" . Pizzeria is a restaurant that serves pizza.
Yo Jimmy Are You Going To A Restaurant Today. Yes Tony I Am cool . Hey Can I Come To the Restaurant yeah That would be cool ok I Am Going To firlaa Bramone at 8:00 Hope you Make it to the restaurant.. Is That Enuf
The word restaurant is from the French word restaure which means to provide food for.
Yes, restaurant is French.
Restaurant is a noun.
No, the word 'restaurant' is a countable noun; the plural form is restaurants (one restaurant or a chain of restaurants).
The word Restaurant derives from the French verb restaurer, meaning to restore.
restaurant = ร้านอาหาร (R̂ān xāh̄ār)
The Greek word for "Restaurant" is "εστιατόριο".
restaurant = hale 'aina [halay I-na]
I WOULD LIKE TO go to a restaurant
Porterhouse takes it's name from a restaurant or chophouse where Porter and other liquors were served, from about 1758. Porterhouse steak is said to be from a particular restaurant in New York, dated about 1841
"Isabelle" is a name, so you spell it "Isabelle" in French or any other language. "Restaurant" is originally a French word, so it's spelled "Restaurant". The possessive in French does work a little differently... I'm not positive, but I think the whole thing would come out as "Restaurant Isabelle".
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Restaurant is not capitalized, unless it begins the sentence.
100% if you want to own a restaurant. Build it and they will come.