the it/be should refer to the language in which you make the
difference, not the country (unlike school:FR I think).
If we would have different words for pizzaria in Dutch, we could
differentiate them with restaurant:type:nl and thus not "...:be"
I'm not sure whether I like the cuisine=brasserie. Do all the
brasseries serve the same type food ? Can't you have a brasserie that
is only serving fish dishes, or meat or vegetarian or a combination ?
Can you expect the same food from a brasserie in Belgium and France ?
as for amenity=brasserie (and amenity=tavern) I fear that is a useless
tag, as long as the data consumers will not start using it.
What about the Danish Kro ? should they use amenity=tavern as well ?
Furthermore what is the difference between a brasserie, bistro,
taverne, eetcafe ? (I see Thomas has an explanation for brasserie)
On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 11:13 AM, marc marc <marc_marc_...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>> On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 9:17 AM, Thomas Bertels <tbert...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> From https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/keys/restaurant%3Atype%3Ait it seems
>>> that those should be replaced by cuisine=italian etc.
>>>> On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 5:45 AM, Marc Gemis <marc.ge...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> But unlike a real pub (a "café" in Dutch and French - or "bruine
>>>>> kroeg"), you can get a decent meal in a brasserie, or ice cream,
>>>>> pancakes around 4pm etc. So the focus is much more on food imho.
>>>>> So are you suggesting that amenity=pub; food=yes is better ?
> I feel that we could use :
> amenity=pub food=yes cuisine=brasserie
> restaurant:type is too liked to linked to restaurant
> it also describe the same function for a brasserie, a hotel, ...
> restaurant:type:it is also strange.. what if you want to describe the
> different type of pizzeria's in Belgium ? did you need to use "it" or
> "be" subtag ? I think that cuisine=italian/subtype is a more flexible
> way to tag them without being blocked by the conflict type of cooking
> and contry/langage where the poi is located
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