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At the Restaurant Conversation English Speaking Practice

If you are learning English then as a beginner level you should know how to talk in a restaurant, how to order food, juice, drinks, etc. Common sentences used in a restaurant are given in this dialogue to help you improve your spoken English. Let’s see How do you start a conversation at a restaurant?

At a Restaurant With Friends

Amit, Sonu, Rahul and Sunil go to a restaurant. Let’s see how they talk about the restaurant, what they talk to the waiter, and how they order food and something and pay the bill.

Role Play: Amit, Sonu, Rahul, Sunil, Waiter

Amit: Well what do you think of this, Sonu? Do you like this restaurant?

Sonu: Oh, it looks very nice. Let’s ask the waiter. Excuse me, could you have the table over there by the window?

Waiter: No, I’m sorry sir. That one is already reserved. Would you mind sitting over there?

Amit: Oh, All right. Come on Jason, let’s go there.

Amit: May we have the Menu card, please?

Waiter: Oh, Sure. Here you are sitting sir!

Amit: Thank you, What shall we have?

Sonu: I would like to have some fruit juice and some snacks.

Sunil: I would like to have Mashala Dosa and coffee.

Amit: Ok I would prefer a North Indian Thali. What about you Rahul?

Rahul: I think I shall try a South Indian Thali.

Sunil: Ok Let’s order. Waiter—– A plate of Masala Dosa, a north Indian thali, a South Indian Thali, and some snacks followed by a glass of apple juice and coffee.

Waiter: Ok sir, I’ll be right back.

Paying the bill

Sunil: Waiter, get the bill, please.

Waiter: Here you are, sir.

Practice the above dialogue with your friends and learn, how to place order for food etc in a restaurant.

Most use sentences and phrases

  • Welcome, sir!
  • Hi, can I help you?
  • Can I get your name?
  • Can we have an extra chair?
  • Can I take your order?
  • Could I have a menu, please?
  • Here you are.
  • Anything to drink?
  • Enjoy your meal!
  • Can I get you anything else?
  • Excuse me! I didn’t order this.
  • I’d like the check, please.
  • Can I change my order, please?
  • That’ll be
  • Have a good day!
  • Do you need anything else?

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