Eating out – Arriving to a restaurant

This lesson is dedicated to building your Russian vocabulary and the topic today is eating out. This lesson includes some phrases that you might need when you go a Russian restaurant or cafe. You’ll see a simple dialogue exemplifying various options of the conversation.

The lesson comes along with an audio track. Listen to it as many times as you need to get used to the pronunciation and new words.


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Посети́тель (Visitor):

– Здра́вствуйте. У вас есть свобо́дный сто́лик?
– Hello. Do you have a free table?

Официа́нт (Waiter):

– На ско́лько челове́к?
– For how many people?

Посети́тель (Visitor):

– На двои́х.
– For two.

– Нас че́тверо.
– We are four.

– Нас семь челове́к.
– We are seven.

– Нам ну́жен сто́лик на де́сять челове́к.
– We need a table for ten people.

Официа́нт (Waiter):

– Да. Проходи́те, пожа́луйста.
– Yes, come in please.

– Сюда́, пожа́луйста.
– This way, please.

Посети́тель (Visitor):

– Мо́жно нам меню́, пожа́луйста?
– Can we have the menu please?

– Вы не дадите нам ва́шу ви́нную ка́рту, пожа́луйста?
– Could you give us the wine card?

Официа́нт (Waiter):

– Вы уже́ гото́вы зака́зывать?
– Are you ready to order?

– Вы уже́ гото́вы сде́лать зака́з?
– Are you ready to make an order?

Посети́тель (Visitor):

– Да, мы гото́вы.
– Yes, we are ready.

– Нет, мы ещё не гото́вы.
– No, we aren’t ready yet.

– Мы гото́вы сде́лать зака́з.
– We are ready to order.

– Извини́те, прими́те зака́з, пожа́луйста.
– Excuse me, could you take our order, please?

Continue learning:
Eating out – Ordering food
Eating out – Paying

17+

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