A la carte
[ah luh kahrt, al-uh; French a la kart] Word Origin: adjective, adverb with a separate price for each dish offered on the menu: dinner à la carte. Above from Dictionary.com From Wikipedia.org: In restaurants, à la carte /ɑːləˈkɑːrt/ is the practice of ordering individual dishes from a menu in a restaurant, as opposed to table d'hôte, where a set menu is offered. It is an early 19th century loan from French meaning "according to the menu"
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