Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
n. A dining car.
Usage examples of "restaurant car".
The restaurant car attendant was so taken with Lysander that he ran them up some bullshots.
Driving through Lille, Pug marked again, as he had in the restaurant car, how German rule had serenely settled in.
Bouc in the restaurant car at lunch on the first day after leaving Stamboul—.
After a leisurely lunch in the restaurant car, we returned to find the young book salesman standing beside our seats.
The seats are made for small Italians and the restaurant car staff suffer from the disease that afflicts their brethren in the great trains all over the world - a genuine loathing for the modern traveller and particularly for the foreigner.
The seats are made for small Italians and the restaurant car staff suffer from the disease that afflicts their brethren in the great trains all over the world a genuine loathing for the modern traveller and particularly for the foreigner.
Pulling back the door of the compartment, he wove his way down the swaying carriage to the restaurant car.
The train was icy cold, there was no restaurant car, and at Plymouth they were joined by a draft of sailors, who piled in until the carriages were packed tight, and the corridors filled with kitbags and smoking seamen and card games.
The ticket collector repeated his piece about leaving the restaurant car after he had finished his meal.
Nash put one thick arm round her waist and manoeuvred her quickly and efficiently down the crowded aisle and out of the restaurant car.
I put the car in the restaurant car park and wandered slowly down to the water's edge where people were feeding the birds.