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At the Spanish restaurant

Would you love to order in Spanish next time you go to a bar/restaurant? Maybe you live or visit Spain frequently but still you don´t feel confident enough to order in Spanish. It won´t be a problem for you any longer. 

In this course, you’ll learn the basics of how to order food in Spanish and some tips and tricks for navigating the Spanish restaurant scene. You’ll also learn some Spanish cousine and culture. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced Spanish speaker, this course will give you the skills you need to enjoy a great dining experience in Spain.

At the Spanish restaurant – Course description

Learn how to ask for your meal at a restaurant in Spain with this course. We will start by learning about how to book a table properly. Also, we will walk through a Spanish menu: how to understand it, as well as the meaning of some Spanish dishes. In the same way, we are going to learn about Spanish drinks: types, sizes and names. Regarding vocabulary, we are going to focus on food, table elements and meals.

What about if you need some handy sentences for any allergies, intolerances or a particular menu? You can also find that in this course as well. Lastly, we will learn how to say how the food was, the bill or some extra help that you might need. Next time you go to have some food, you´ll feel ready to order in Spanish.


What will I learn with this course?

  1. Learn Spanish restaurant vocabulary.
  2. Utilize Spanish to properly greet and book a table.
  3. Understand a menu and ingredients in Spanish.
  4. Identify the differences between some Spanish drinks.
  5. Explain some allergies, intorelances or a particular menu.
  6. Use some sentences for feedback realeted to your dining experience.
  7. Understand some common conversational Spanish phrases used in restaurants.

Spanish restaurant vocabulary

How to book a table

Arriving at the restaurant

Spanish cousine and culture

Ordering drinks

Ordering food: undertanding a Spanish menu

Allergies, intolerances or a specific menu

Asking for desserts

Aditional phrases

Asking for the bill

Leaving the restaurant

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