Il menu' (the menu), cameriere (waiter), spaghetti al pomodoro (tomato sauce spaghetti), spaghetti alle vongole (clam sauce spaghetti), spaghetti alla carbonara (carbonare spaghetti), bottiglia di vino (bottle of wine), bottiglia d'acqua (bottle of water), gassata (with gas), naturale (no gas), bicchiere (glass/cup), risotto irisotto), una bistecca (a steak), il pesce (fish), un'insalata (a salad), il dolce (a dessert), il conto (the bill), ecco (here it is)
DesideraH (What would you like?), Altro (Anything else?), Quale (Which one?)
LET'S REMEMBER IT AS A SET
Here it is a typical dialogue in a restaurant
Hai capito? Did you understand?
Look at the picture, listen to the dialogue and try to answer the questions.
1 What does the customer order?
2 What does the customer drink?
3 Does the customer order a dessert?
Send the answers and you'll have them corrected:
In Italian, the phrases VORREI -- and --PER FAVORE, are very easy to remember but extremely useful. You can use them in bars, restaurants, shops, etc.