salad bar
noun Date: 1937 a self-service counter (as in a restaurant) featuring an array of salad makings and dressings

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  • salad bar — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms salad bar : singular salad bar plural salad bars a part of a restaurant or supermarket where you can get a salad or food for making a salad …   English dictionary

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  • salad bar — 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. [1970 75] * * * …   Universalium

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  • salad bar — food counter which serves salads …   English contemporary dictionary

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