: a dish offered by a restaurant on a given day.
noun, plural plats du jour [plahzduh-zhoor; French plady-zhoor]. the special or recommended dish of the day on a restaurant menu.
masculine noun. 1. (= receiver) court. 2. (Cooking) (= Mets) dish.
Du jour is defined as “of the day” or offered on that day. If clam chowder is the soup served at a restaurant on Friday, then clam chowder is an example of Friday’s soup of the day. Prepared for a specific day. The soup of the day is potato cream.
Definition of jour
: pierced, cut away or made translucent to form a pattern : openwork : decorated with translucent, pierced or openwork designs – used for carving, metalwork , lace, drawn or cut-out work is used.
noun, plural tables d’hôte [tah-buhlz doht, tab-uhlz; French tabluh-doht].
The noun is derived from Middle English plat, platte (“flat part of a sword; flat piece of ground, piece of land”), probably a variant of Middle English plot (more modern English plot) and influenced by Middle English Plat, Plate (modern English Plate) and Anglo-Norman, Middle French and Old French Plat.
Soup du Jour definition
: a soup offered by a restaurant on a given day.
Etymology. Variation of du jour, from French du jour, “of the day” (French de jour means “for the day” or “during the day”).
JOUR is a valid Scrabble word.
The Chef du Jour program organizes volunteers to provide dinner to the children who live in The Haven 365 days a year.