Restaurants and Dining in Spanish

Learn Spanish phrases for dining and ordering food in a restaurant.

Food is an important topic in any language. That's why you need to know how to order food, buy a drink, or reserver a table for a group of people. This Spanish lesson includes phrases that will enable you to communicate about food and drinks in Spanish. Take you time to pick the ones you like the most and try to memorize them. In addition, you will become familiar with Spanish translations for words as breakfast, lunch, dinner, and many others.

Spanish phrase        English translation
¿Tienes algo caliente? Do you have anything hot?
Dame algo de comer. Give me something to eat.
Quiero algo para comer. I want something to eat.
Tráeme algo de comer. Bring me something to eat.
Comamos mientras esté caliente. Let's eat while the food is warm.
Pásame la sal, por favor. Pass me the salt, please.
Me pidió que le pasara la sal. He asked me to pass him the salt.
Por favor, pásame la sal. Please pass me the salt.
Pásenme la sal y la pimienta, por favor. Pass me the salt and pepper, please.
Páseme la sal y la pimienta, por favor. Pass me the salt and pepper, please.
Pásame la sal y la pimienta, por favor. Pass me the salt and pepper, please.
¿Me da dos hamburguesas y una coca, por favor? Can I have two hamburgers and a coke, please?

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