When he had strolled back to his hotel in the evening the time was approaching for the table-d'hote.
"Not the table-d'hote, my little daughter," Calabressa said.
Very different from the clergyman on the boat was the old lady at table-d'hote in one of the hotels on the lake.
We generally dine at the table-d'hote, but I have ordered dinner here to-day: we are going to the opera at Homburg.
"common table for guests at a hotel," French, table-d'hôte, literally "table of the host."