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When did the modern restaurant open?

Legend has it that a soup salesman named Boulanger opened the first modern restaurant 250 years ago in Paris. But when one historian went looking for proof, she found things were not so clear. Back in the 18th century, few city-dwellers had the means for personal kitchens at home.

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Additionally, did restaurants exist in medieval times? Restaurants in Medieval times In Europe throughout the Middle Ages and into the Renaissance, taverns and inns continued to be the main place to buy a prepared meal. In Spain, they were called bodegas and served tapas. In England, items like sausage and shepherd's pie were popular.

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What is modern restaurant?

Modern restaurant trend is “Casual dining” combined with “Fine-dining” with due attention to space for holding events with influx of pub, bar, or tavern that could offer meals of high quality.

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