Hotel & Restaurant Terms

Can you match hotel and restaurant terms with their definitions?
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Last updated: September 13, 2022
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A guest without a reservation who turns up and requests a room.
Highly skilled professional cook who is proficient in all aspects of food preparation.
Easily prepared food served in snack bars and restaurants as a quick meal.
A person who formulates and serves beverages behind the bar.
An arrangement to have a room held for your use at a later time.
A list of food and beverages offered to customers and the prices.
Head waiter who manages the public part, or "front of the house".
To give something away for free.
A designated time when alcohol is served at a lower price to attract business.
International shorthand version of “passengers”, used by the travel industry.
Plan where the host provides only breakfast and dinner meals.
Generally, the second in command in a kitchen.
Booking rooms beyond the capacity of the hotel.
One or more rooms available to accommodate guests.
A very important customer who is well-known and deserves a special treatment.
A charge for consuming guests own liquor is restaurants.
A reconciliation of the previous 24 hours of transactions.
An individual arranging travel for individuals or groups on behalf of suppliers.
Head chef that leads and manages the kitchen of a restaurant or hotel.
Plan where the host provides all three daily meals.
Payment that a booking channel receives from a hotel for selling their services.
A small portion of food or beverage taken before a meal to stimulate the appetite.
A guest that made a reservation, but does not turn up and does not cancel.
Food that is prepared to take home with you.
Usually the heaviest, heartiest, and most complex or substantive dish on a menu.
An alcoholic drink consisting of spirits mixed with other ingredients.
Practice of ordering individual dishes from a menu in a restaurant.
Menu in which multi-course meals with only a few choices are charged at a fixed price.
Person proficient in the art of preparing and pulling espresso-based beverages.
Located in the kitchen of the restaurant and it is reserved for VIP guests and family.
Wine Steward or wine waiter.
The desk or office that books rooms for people and answers their questions.
A meal consisting of several dishes from which guests serve themselves.
The sweet course eaten at the end of a meal.
À la carte
Booking / Reservation
Chef de cuisine
Chef's table
Fast food
Full board
Half board
Happy hour
Main course
Maître d'hôtel
Night audit
No show
Sous chef
Starter / Appetizer
Table d'hôte
Take-out / Take-away
Travel agent
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