It’s clear the Buddha says:
Monks, I allow you fish and meat that are quite pure in three respects: if they are not seen, heard or suspected to have been killed on purpose for a monk. But, you should not knowingly make use of meat killed on purpose for you.
The question is, if we eat meat in a restaurant, can we say they’re suspected to have been killed on purpose for restaurant’s guests? Hence, we shouldn’t eat meat in a restaurant?
How about relative’s marriage party, they’re not Buddhists and would like to order cow or goat meat . This animal surely is killed on purpose for the guests. As one of their guest, is this meat considered impure since they’re suspected to have been killed on purpose for guests/me?
Is eating meat in a restaurant as described above purer than eating meat in relative’s marriage party or they’re the same thing?