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Eating out - Vocabulary
What about a restaurant?
What about eating out?
Arriving at the restaurant
The head waiter
Hello, (do you have) a table for two, please?
Sure! To have a drink or to eat?
Can we get a table for lunch?
We'll have a table free in just a few minutes.
Are you still serving lunch?
We would like to eat if that's possible.
Do you have a reservation?
Before the meal
Drinks : wine -water
Aperitif / cocktail
The wine list
Starter /appetizer / first course
The dish of the day
The dessert / sweets
Can we have the menu, please?
Be right with you.
Can we order?
Would you like something to drink first?
Does this meat come with anything?
Yes, with a side salad.
After the meal
The bill (uk)
The check (us)
Could I have the bill/check please? It's my treat! / I am treating you! It's on me! Let me pick this up.
Could I have the bill/check please?
It's my treat! / I am treating you!
It's on me!
Let me pick this up.
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