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These are various Dialogues you can use English Speaking In Restaurant –

  • I am hungry.
  • I haven’t had my breakfast yet.
  • I must eat something.
  • Where do you take your breakfast?
  •  I take my breakfast at the City restaurant.
  • Come with me.
  • Let us have breakfast together.
  • Have you given your order?
  • No, I have not.
  • Let me have some oatmeal and cream, a Cup of coffee, hot rolls, and two fried eggs.
  • What will you have?
  • I would like to have an order of pork chops, a cup of black tea, an orator of griddle cakes, and some doughnuts.
  • Is there anything else you wish to have?
  • No, thank you, unless the other gentleman wishes to have something else.
  •  No, thank you, I have had enough.
  • Has anybody taken your order?
  • No.
  • Give me some milk and crackers, an order of buttered toast, and a cup of coffee.
  • Waiter, bring me a glass of water and a tea­ spoon, please.
  • What time is it?
  • It is almost time for dinner.
  • Do you want to have your dinner with me? Certainly.
  • I will be with you in five minutes.
  • I am ready.
  • Where shall we go?
  • Where do you take your dinner?
  • I usually go to the Dairy Lunch.
  • They serve good food there, and the prices are low, too.
  • Let us go there, then.
  • Waiter, hand me a bill of fare, please.
  • Do you serve a special dinner today? Yes, we do.
  • Here is the special dinner, chicken soup, roast chicken, green peas, coffee or tea, pie and pudding.
  • I don’t think I will have the special dinner.
  • Let me have some vegetable soup, an order of roast beef, baked potatoes, a side of beans, and a cup of coffee.
  • What will you have?
  • I will have some tomato soup, an order of roast lamb, boiled potatoes, and a cup of tea.
  • Bring me some crackers with the soup, too.
  •  This meat is too tough.
  • Will you bring me a tender piece of meat? What will you have for dessert?
  • Have you any raisin pie this noon?
  • We have no raisin pie today.
  • We have apple, chocolate, lemon, orange, custard, cherry, and squash.
  • I will have a piece of lemon pie.
  • Will you have the same kind of pie?
  • No, I will have apple, and a glass of milk.
  • This milk is sour.
  • I would like to have it changed.
  • Do you serve any fruit here?
  • Yes, Sir, we have all kinds of fruits.
  • You will find a list of them on the bill of fare.
  • Let me have an orange and two bananas.
  • What will you have, George?
  • I will have some grapes.
  • Do you serve any drinks here?
  • No, Sir, we serve no drinks here.
  • Do you wish to have anything else?
  • Do you put up lunches to take out?
  •  Yes, we do.
  • What will you have?
  • I would like to have two egg sandwiches, some buttered toast, and a piece of apple pie.
  • How much is it for the two of us?
  •  One dollar and thirty-five cents with the lunch.
  • Please pay to the cashier.
  • Goodbye, George.
  • I shall see you tonight at supper.
  • What time do you take your supper?
  • I take my supper at half past six.