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What type of

restaurant is
it?
What type of
food do they
have?
Is it cheap or
expensive?
Find a dish
with meat in it
Find a
vegetarian
dish
Find a type of
fruit
Find a dessert
5d At the restaurant
Starter or Appetizer
(the first, small course)
A small amount of food that
is served before the main
course of a meal
Main course
(the second, big course)
The largest or most
important part of a meal.
Dessert
(the last, sweet course)
Sweet food eaten at the end
of a meal.
What are
common main
course on a
menu in your
country?
What are
common
starters on a
menu in your
country?
What are
common
desserts on a
menu in your
country?
What about
your favorite
restaurant?
What can you
see?

Calsone’s
Pizza Cucina’s
Menu
What type of
food does it
serve?

Italian food
What dishes
would you
like to order?
Soup of the day
Many restaurants serve a
different type of soup every
day
Garlic fries
Fries (or chips) flavored with
garlic
Seafood special
Restaurants use the word
‘special’ as a general word
for a dish that they serve
Caesar salad
A salad with lettuce,
parmesan cheese and
croutons
Ice cream sundae
Ice cream with a topping of
sauce, syrup or other
toppings such as nuts or fruit
Note that in restaurants, people
use:
I’d like + noun and I’ll + noun
when ordering food and drink.
When asking for permission, we
use Can I … ? Or Can we … ? It
is also possible to use could (as
in Could we have the bill,
please?) This is a little more
formal and polite.
When ordering or asking for
permission in a polite, formal
situation, English speakers tend
to use please a lot.
British or American English
The garlic fries are really
good. Do you call them
chips in England?
Could we have the bill,
please? He means the
check.
British or American English

Cookie

Biscuit
British or American English

Fall

Autumn
British or American English

Truck

Lorry
British or American English

Apartment

Flat
British or American English

Drugstore

Chemist
British or American English

Freeway

Motorway
British or American English

Movie

Film
British or American English

Movie
Theatre

Cinema
British or American English

Closet

Cupboard
British or American English

Main street

High street
British or American English

Elevator

Lift
British or American English

Zip code

Postcode
British or American English

Gas

Petrol
British or American English

Store

Shop
British or American English

Pants

Trousers
British or American English

Subway

Tube
British or American English

Cab

Taxi
British or American English

Candy

Sweets