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    Question According to current offer

    I am working on a Restaurant menu and would like to include information that we offer different flavours or types of something.

    Is it correct to use phrase "according to current offer"?

    For example we offer fresh drinks with various flavours - strawberry, blueberry...
    which differs from day to day.

    What should I include in the menu to emphasize that we offer various types and customer can ask for current offer?

    Thanks

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    Re: According to current offer

    Do you mean "according to season", or "depending on availability" ?. Perhaps you can use both

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    Post Re: According to current offer

    Quote Originally Posted by teechar View Post
    Do you mean "according to season", or "depending on availability" ?. Perhaps you can use both
    I am looking for something universal

    What about "Depending on current offer"?

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    Re: According to current offer

    Quote Originally Posted by ph55 View Post
    I am working on a restaurant menu and would like to include information that we offer different flavours or types of something.

    Is it correct to use the phrase "according to current offer"? No.

    For example we offer fresh drinks with various flavours - strawberry, blueberry...
    which differs from day to day.

    What should I include in the menu to emphasize that we offer various types and customer can ask for current offer?

    Thanks
    You might say:

    Please ask the server what is available.


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    Re: According to current offer

    Quote Originally Posted by teechar View Post
    Do you mean "according to season" or "depending on availability"? Perhaps you can use both.

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