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salad bar

noun
1.
an assortment of salad ingredients, condiments, and dressings displayed on a serving table or counter, as at a restaurant, so that one can choose and combine ingredients freely.
Origin
1970-1975
1970-75
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British Dictionary definitions for salad bar

salad bar

noun
1.
a counter in a restaurant or other place where food is sold at which a range of salads is displayed, often for self-service
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