Thank you for lunch?

CherryFrench

How do you say: Thank you for lunch in French? This is one of the most common sentences I use at home and would like to know it in French. I have searched it on Google Transalate, but I'm not sure if the pronounciation is correct. Perhaps a fluent French speaker could check on Google and tell me if that is right or not.

Merci et au revoir !
Cerise (My name, 'Cherry' in French)

Mark-G1193

Merci pour le déjeuner. 

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