There are seven main restaurant classifications, which are as follows:
So much effort is made by the workers at fine dining restaurants, so expect the best. There's a very formal atmosphere at these restaurants, your waiter will usually be wearing a tuxedo, or a suit at least.
The tables will be presented very well and many people class these restaurants as being very 'posh' and upper-class. Visiting these places tends to be a very expensive trip.
These restaurants focus on seafood meals, steak or a combination of both. The presentation of these restaurants tends to be fairly average, but varies depending on the quality of the food produced. The better the food, the more expensive it usually is.
Many pubs have taken on the role of being a restaurant too nowadays. Usually, the food isn't as good quality as you would receive from a standard restaurant, but some pubs can be quite surprising.
The chef is the main person at these restaurants. They control the menu and they focus on obtaining food right from the farm or seaside. Similarly to steak and seafood restaurants, the price and presentation really varies depending on the quality of food.
There is a massive range of specialty restaurants, for example, Italian, Indian, Mexican and French. Again, the price and presentation varies.
Some restaurants encourage customers to bring along their kids. These places tend to serve all day, and so breakfast, lunch and dinner are available. The price varies slightly, but there tends to be many meal deals to keep the price low for customers.
Some good breakfast places are hard to find, but some places can serve really satisfying breakfast. So to get in this classification can be quite difficult, but some places do the job and they tend to be fairly cheap.