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I'm the owner of "Traveler's Coffee" Café in Russia. We make an ad for our new offer – "Traveler's Dinner” – for fixed price. The composition of the offer will change every week. We have many foreign guests and usually translate the ad in English, too.

What phrase should I use to say, that the patrons should ask the waitress to know the composition of special offer, actual this week?

Current version: ask the composition by the waiter

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    "Ask your waiter about the specials for this week." Do not say "ask the composition by the waiter", it is confusing. – GEdgar Dec 15 '17 at 11:05
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    @GEdgar - I think that’s asking a different question. One could say, “Ask your waiter about this week’s Traveler’s Dinner,” though. – J.R. Dec 15 '17 at 11:32

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