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Could you tell me how do you call a restaurant that serve very expensive food?

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That rather depends on what you want to say about the restaurant! Depending on whether you thought the high prices were justified or not, you might say a posh restaurant, a swanky restaurant, a high-class restaurant... or an overpriced restaurant.
Fancy-schmancy!
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Thank you Lil'Ruby Rose Emotion: smile .
Yes, I was thinking about one with high but justified prices, the one that requires suitable clothes, e.g. suits and ties.
Thanks, Philip. I like this expression Emotion: smile. Are there any similar?

Magda
Could you tell me how what do you call a restaurant that serves very expensive food?
an upscale restaurant

(See m-w.com "upscale".)

CJ
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Pricey.
"Upmarket"?

(Or "not for me".)

MrP
Thank you all very much!
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