Words used to describe food:

Bland, Rich, Spicy, Salty, Sweet, Sour, Bitter, Hot

Ways to prepare food:

Pickled, Baked, Boiled, Broiled, Fried, Sautéed

Words to describe the taste of food:

Delicious, Awful, Good, Tasty, Yummy, Yucky, Disgusting

English Dialogue:

Students should work together in pairs and read the following dialogue, one student reading one part, the other student reading the other. Note the expressions used in the dialogue and the progression of the conversation. The dialogue can be used as a model to have similar conversations.

Waiter:

Welcome to Kasey`s Kitchen. Do you have a reservation?

Customer:

Yes, the name is Johnson, Paul.

Waiter:

Ah, yes, here you are. That was a party for one, correct?

Customer:

Yes.

Waiter:

Right this way. Here`s the menu. I`ll return in a moment to take your order.

Waiter:

Are you ready to order, sir?

Customer:

Yes, I`ll have the T-bone steak.

Waiter:

How would you like that cooked?

Customer:

Well done, please.

Waiter:

You have a choice of potatoes- French fried, mashed, or baked.

Customer:

I`ll have the baked potato.

Waiter:

Would you like that with butter or sour cream or both?

Customer:

I`m on a diet, so only butter.

Waiter:

The vegetables today are corn on the cob, peas and carrots, or broccoli.

Customer:

I`ll take the corn on the cob.

Waiter:

And what would you like for dessert?

Customer:

What do you have?

Waiter:

We have apple, cherry, and lemon meringue pie, chocolate and vanilla cake, peachcobbler, and chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry ice cream.

Customer:

I`ll take the cherry pie, a la mode, please.

Waiter:

Would you care for something to drink?

Customer:

I`ll take a large ice tea with my meal and a cup of black coffee with dessert.

Waiter:

Very good sir. Enjoy you meal.

Customer:

Thanks.

Ordering Food in a Restaurant:

One of the most important tasks in English is ordering food when you go to a restaurant. Thereare basic forms and questions, as well food vocabulary that you can use in places where peoplespeak English.

Read this dialogue:

Waiter:

Hello, Can I help you?

Kim:

Yes, I'd like to have some lunch.

Waiter:

Would you like a starter?

Kim:

Yes, I'd like a bowl of chicken soup, please.

Waiter:

And what would you like for a main course? /

Kim:

I'd like a grilled cheese sandwich.

Waiter:

Would you like anything to drink? /

Kim:

Yes, I'd like a glass of Coke, please.

WaiterAfter Kim has her lunch.:

Can I bring you anything else?

Kim:

No thank you. Just the bill.

Waiter:

Certainly.

Kim:

I don't have my glasses. How much is the lunch?

Waiter:

That's $6.75.

Kim:

Here you are. Thank you very much.

Waiter:

You're welcome. Have a good day.

Kim:

Thank you, the same to you.

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