Difference between pubs and restaurants

There are pubs and restaurants all over Britain and you might be wondering what the difference is between the two terms and concepts. Many pubs also serve food, so would they not be classed as a restaurant? Let’s look at some distinct differences between pubs and restaurants that are apparent nowadays.

  • With a restaurant, the place you eat is usually a larger room with tables and chairs that are set with cutlery when you enter the premises. With a pub, you would simply eat on the small table where you also have been drinking and the cutlery would usually be brought out with your meal.
  • At a pub, you would order your food and drink at the bar and pay right away. You would usually give your table number and then your meals would be brought out to you when they were ready. With a Read Also