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  • Hello there, viewer! Great to see you again.

  • Fine dining is a very pleasant experience:

  • we go to an awesome restaurant, order our favorite dishes and savor the taste in great ambience.

  • This lesson will show you how to place your order and speak to the staff in a fine dining restaurant.

  • Listen to them all, and check out the vocabulary section towards the end.

  • It’s a good idea to practice the lines by pausing the lesson and repeating the dialog anywhere you want to!

  • Let’s get started now!!

  • Hi, my name is Joy and I will be your waitress.

  • Can I get you started with anything?

  • I would like to order something from your wine list.

  • Here it is. You can select from this menu.

  • Okay, I’d like to order a bottle of red wine. I’ll have the 2005 Napa Valley Merlot.

  • Good choice. I’ll be right back with your wine.

  • Thank you.

  • Hi. Are you ready to order?

  • Not really. I’m pretty confused. Can you suggest something good?

  • Of course. Our specials are the New York steak and crispy roasted lamb.

  • Yes, I’d like the New York steak, well done. And my side orders will be a baked potato and a salad.

  • All right. Will that be all for you?

  • Yes, thank you.

  • Okay. Your order will be ready soon.

  • How was your dinner?

  • It was great, thanks.

  • Would you like something for dessert?

  • Yes, please.. I’ll have a slice of cheesecake.

  • Okay. Would you like some coffee or anything else with that?

  • No, that’s all, thank you.

  • How was your meal Maam?

  • It was great!

  • Can I get you anything else?

  • Just our check, please?

  • Sure, I’ll be right back

  • Here you go.

  • Here is my credit card.

  • I can take that for you.

  • Thank you.

  • The waitress is a woman who takes your order and serves you at a restaurant.

  • A waiter is a man with the same job.

  • The menu is the list of dishes available at that restaurant, and the prices, so that you can make your choice.

  • Youll be given a menu shortly after youre seated and you can take some time to look at the choices.

  • Crispy is when food, or the outside of the food, is brittle and may crumble easily.

  • You may like crispy fried chicken, but you probably don’t want crispy mashed potatoes!

  • When you use well done to refer to a steak, it means fully cooked, with no pink in the center.

  • Most people don’t like well done steak because it’s harder to chew and it’s not as tender as steak that's less well done.

  • That sweet little something that you like to have at the end of a meal is called dessert.

  • If youre given a mint or small chocolate with your check, that’s not called dessert, even though it’s something sweet.

  • The check shows how much you owe for your meal. You may have to ask for the check or it may be brought to you without your asking.

  • Thank you for watching this lesson. Well be back with a new one tomorrow.

  • Do come back and check it out.

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  • You can comment in the section below and interact with other learners.

  • See ya around!

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