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  • We have a reservation at 7pm for Wilson.

  • We have a reservation at [the time] for [someone].

  • We have a reservation at 7pm for Wilson.

  • have a

  • reservation

  • Reservation means you reserve a table.

  • You want the restaurant to keep a table for you.

  • Hello, welcome to Neu Dining, do you have a reservation?

  • Yes, we have a reservation at 7pm for Wilson.

  • Okay, right this way.

  • Do you have a table for four?

  • Hello, welcome to Neu Dining, do you have a reservation?

  • No, do you have a table for four?

  • Our tables are full now. Could you wait for a while?

  • How long do we have to wait?

  • I guess we can offer a table in 15 minutes.

  • Alright. We'll wait.

  • May I have the menu, please?

  • You can also use can I/could I

  • Please is used to make the request more polite

  • May I have the menu, please?

  • Of course, here you go.

  • We're not ready to order.

  • May I take your order?

  • No, we're not ready to order.

  • Okay, let me know when you're ready.

  • What do you recommend?

  • recommend

  • recommend: to suggest something that is good.

  • May I take your order?

  • What do you recommend?

  • Steak. The most popular one.

  • Okay. I'll have the steak.

  • How do you like your steak?

  • Medium, please.

  • May I order, please?

  • Excuse me! May I order, please?

  • What would you like to order?

  • I'd like a chicken sandwich. And I'll have a mocha for my drink.

  • Okay, what kind of dressing would you like for the sandwich?

  • I'll go with the mayonnaise dressing.

  • My order hasn't come yet.

  • Excuse me! My order hasn't come yet.

  • Let me check that for you.

  • We didn't order this.

  • Excuse me! We didn't order this.

  • Okay, I'll check it for you.

  • Can I get a fork, please?

  • Can I get [something], please?

  • Can I get a fork, please?

  • Excuse me! I dropped my fork. Can I get another one, please?

  • Sure.

  • Can I get this to go?

  • to go means you want it wrapped up so that you can take it away with you instead of eating it in the restaurant.

  • Sorry I'm running a bit late, can I get this to go?

  • Sure, do you need a to-go box?

  • Yes, please.

  • No problem, I'll wrap that up for you.

  • Could I have the check, please?

  • Or simply check, please.

  • Check, please.

  • a check is a bill in a restaurant

  • Could I have the check, please?

  • Sure, here you are.

  • Can I pay with credit card?

  • Sorry, we only accept cash.

  • We have a reservation at 7pm for Wilson.

  • Could I have the check, please?

  • Hello, welcome to Neu Dining. Do you have a reservation?

We have a reservation at 7pm for Wilson.

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Travel English - How to Order in a Restaurant

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