Relating to a midday meal (usually used humorously).
Travel professionals say that France, Spain and Italy remain by far gastronauts' prandial playgrounds, though in recent years they have established beachheads in Argentina, Chile, Australia and Southeast Asia.
She tangles with a snobbish Georgetown restaurant when she takes her Auntie Zora of Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan, to lunch and is given a table almost as remote from the prandial power center as Saskatchewan itself.
Florence King, The New York Times, 26 January 1986, New York Times
reviewing Sondra Gotlieb's Wife of . . . An Irreverent Account of Life in Powertown. Amazon
Ackroyd is a truly heroic drinker. One reporter recorded the author demolishing four pre-prandial whiskies, two bottles of wine over the meal and a brandy to wash it down.
John Sutherland, Guardian, 9 October 2000. Guardian
It is not Broadway that is the Main Street of New York, but the long, thin, prandial Speakers' Table, and every familiar - too, too familiar - face along it knows intimately and detests furiously all the other inevitable and self-opening faces there.