prix fixe

\ ˈprē-ˈfēks How to pronounce prix fixe (audio) , -ˈfiks\

Definition of prix fixe

: a complete meal offered at a fixed price also : the price charged

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And for those who fear a prix fixe, an à la carte dining menu is coming soon. Michaela Trimble, Vogue, "An Insider’s Guide to the Little Tokyo of Mexico City," 23 Jan. 2019 Working from a converted railcar, chefs Rico Torres and Diego Galicia take deep dives into regional Mexican cooking with multicourse prix fixe menus. Mike Sutter, WSJ, "The Best Under-the-Radar Food Destination in the U.S.," 19 Oct. 2018 Stake Chophouse & Bar will serve a prix fixe brunch and dinner menu on Mother’s Day, along with a complimentary glass of Veuve Clicquot Rose for moms. Carolina Gusman,, "117 ways to celebrate mom: Your San Diego guide to Mother's Day brunches, lunches and dinners," 7 May 2018 Mar'sel is also serving a prix fixe brunch menu for $98 per person. Julie Giuffrida,, "Where to take mom for Mother's Day brunch," 3 May 2018 Seven Lions: Two-course prix fixe brunch menu starts with a complimentary cinnamon roll and has items like Easter ham and avocado toast with smoked salmon. Grace Wong,, "50-plus Easter brunch spots in Chicago and suburbs," 20 Mar. 2018 Of those, even fewer know how to serve a multi-course omakase, or chef’s choice progression of sushi, on the level of the best prix fixe Chicago restaurants. Michael Nagrant, RedEye Chicago, "A guide to eating your way through Chicago's West Side," 19 Oct. 2017 The three-course prix fixe menus will be either $15, $25, $35 or $45. Polly Campbell,, "For best culinary deals, Downtown Restaurant Week coming in August," 11 July 2018 The Oceanaire Seafood Room will offer a three-course prix fixe dinner for two through Sunday. Carolina Gusman,, "No matter how you Poke It, Hillcrest eatery introduces Mexican spin to Hawaiian fare," 5 July 2018

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First Known Use of prix fixe

1851, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for prix fixe

French, fixed price

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