Small plates

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Small plates is a manner of dining that became popular in Western food service after 2000. Small plates may either refer to small dishes resembling appetizers which are ordered à la carte and often shared (such as tapas), or to the small courses served as part of a more formal meal.[citation needed]

Some types of small plates which have influenced the modern Western concept are:[citation needed]

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