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French: Phrases > At the restaurant

The sentences presented in this section will help you with the most basic expressions in French. It will certainly not be enough in order to start a conversation in French, however being able to say a few words in the country's native language will evoke sympathy and understanding.

Not everyone speaks very good English in France. Therefore it is certainly recommended that you buy a professional language guide or language course before you travel.

Do you have a table for … people? Avez-vous une table pour… des personnes ?
I made a reservation. J'ai fait une réservation.
I did not make a reservation. Je n'ai pas fait une réservation.
May I see the menu, please? Puis je voir le menu, s'il-vous-plaît?
Do you have a menu / dish of the day? Avez-vous un menu / plat du jour?
Could you bring me an ashtray, please? Pourriez vous m'apporter un cendrier, s'il-vous-plaît?
Am I allowed to smoke here? Est-ce qu'on me permet de fumer ici?
Do you mind if I smoke? Est-ce que cela vous dérange si je fume ?
"Do you have …? I'd like …
- soup.
- fish.
- meat.
- steak.
- vegetables.
- fruit.
- salad.
- potatoes.
- desert.
- coffee.
- tea.
- wine.
- beer.
- softdrink."
"Avez-vous... ? Je voudrais...
- du potage.
- des poisson.
- de la viande.
- du bifteck.
- des légumes.
- du fruit.
- de la salade.
- des pommes de terre.
- du désert.
- du café.
- du thé.
- du vin.
- de la bière.
- du boisson sans alcool."
I'd like to pay, please. Je voudrais payer, s'il-vous-plaît.
Can you bring us the bill, please? Pouvez-vous nous apporter l'addition, s'il-vous-plaît?
This is for you. C'est pour vous.

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