Speak Spanish Confidently In The Mexican Restaurant With These Phrases And Sound
Listen To Spanish Phrases For Restaurants
Everyone enjoys going to a Mexican Restaurant. The food is delicious, the atmosphere is romantic, the theme and decoration is detailed and beautiful. And Mexican restaurants are popular, you usually have your choice to pick your favorites from. Furthermore, it's a great place for a Spanish language student because you get an opportunity to practice your Spanish.
You can talk in Spanish to a Spanish speaking waitress or bartender.
The Spanish phrases and sentences on this page will give you some ideas of what to say (and by listening to the included audio file you'll know exactly how to say it the next time you're in a restaurant where Spanish is spoken.
By studying the phrases on this page you'll know how to find out if reservations are needed and make a reservation for 2. You'll also be able to find out how expensive a restaurant is and ask someone for their opinion for a good restaurant recommendation. Ask someone about their favorite restaurant and if it's far away. Then, at the restaurant, ask for another glass of water, tell the waiter you're ready to order. Inquire about any specials or the daily soup, then be able to ask for a desert menu. You will understand when the waiter asks you if a certain table in the restaurant is OK with you, and if your meal is satisfactory.
Sometimes, when you're in an authentic Mexican restaurant, you get a waiter from Mexico who speaks fluent Spanish. These people are usually thrilled that you are learning Spanish, and are happy to patiently talk with you and teach you. This is a great opportunity to have a lot of fun, to make new Spanish speaking friends, and to gain practical experience conversing is Spanish. These phrases will help you prepare for and enjoy this situation.
- ¿Es este restaurant caro?
- Is this restaurant expensive?
- Quiero hacer una reservación para 2 a las ocho.
- I want to make a reservation for 2 for 8 o'clock.
- Here you can say I want to, or optionally, you can say I would like to make a reservation with the word quisiera. (I would like)
- ¿Se necesita reservaciónes?
- Are reservations required?
- The words se necesita above are the common way of saying or asking if something is needed.
- ¿Tiene Usted una recomendación para un buen restaurante?
- Do you have a recommendation for a good restaurant?
- ¿Como se llama tu resaurante favorito?
- What's the name of your favorite restaurant?
- Ese restaurant es muy lejos.
- That restaurant is very far.
- Mesera, ¿Me Puede traer, por favor, un vaso de agua?
- Waitress, can you please bring me a glass of water?
- Estamos listos para pedir.
- We're ready to order.
- Be sure to switch to the plural forms of the verbs when your out and speaking for a group of people.
- Qeremos algo de postre.
- We'd like some desert.
- ¿Cual es la sopa del dia?
- What is the soup of the day?
- ¿Cuantas personas en el grupo?
- How many people in the group?
- ¿Esta bien esta mesa?
- Is this table OK?
The front entrance to a Mexican restaurant.