[Tagging] 回覆﹕ Re: Feature Proposal - RFC - shop=bubble_tea

Steve Doerr doerr.stephen at gmail.com
Mon Jun 29 16:03:58 UTC 2020

On 27/06/2020 17:02, 德泉 談 via Tagging wrote:
> In previous discussion we haven’t clarify that “cafe” is a place 
> serving coffee drinks or a place providing seat for the consumer to 
> have something like coffee or donut.

A cafe in British English is a place serving cheap hot meals eaten on 
the premises. The Oxford English Dictionary refers to it as 'a class of 
restaurant', which is probably slightly euphemistic for a working-class 
restaurant (except that 'restaurant' implies something grander so 
'eating-place' might be better). They tend to serve things like ham, egg 
and chips or sausage, beans and chips, while in the morning they do a 
roaring trade in cooked breakfasts. There is a subcategory called 
'transport cafe'. They're not any different from other cafes except that 
they are in places where lorry drivers park up.


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