what is a "lunch special" when eating at a restaurant?

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Answer #1 | 11/09 2013 18:50
Carban, that means the chef or cook has a meal which is supposed to be both good and a bargain, costing less than the other lunch entrees.
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Answer #2 | 13/09 2013 01:28
Lunch special means package deals example includes an appetizer, main dish item, sides of your choices if it includes drinks(optional). Like in Chinese restaurants include fried rice, choice of main dishes like beef broccoli or sesame chicken or any meat or seafood, egg rolls or soup or soda. all in one meal. with lower price.
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