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order food at the restaurants in this lesson you’ll learn how mark Karen
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restaurant in France some places are really popular especially in the big
cities that’s why it’s a good idea to make a reservation if you get on the
waiting list there is a chance someone might cancel and you can get in at the
last minute reservations are usually made over the
phone just tell their staff what day time and how many people will be in your
party if you feel a little uncomfortable speaking French you can ask balavoine
glai do you speak English most places have staff that speak a
little bit if you are still worried many places take reservations online or even
by fax here is how to order food at a restaurant in France the most important
thing to remember is to be polite it’s a good idea to say
buzu si vous play and chavala merci hello please and thank you when you are
deciding what to order and want to know what the daily special is you can say
kale a blue plaid usual what is today’s special or if you want the waiter or
waitresses recommendation you can ask kahoka mo de vous what do you recommend
most places have plenty of options for vegetarians and vegans too so don’t
worry if you have certain dietary restrictions if everything looks great
and you still don’t know what to order you can say June a peasant gosh y’see I
haven’t decided yet and they’ll give you a few more minutes
when you have finally decided you can use the phrase Gervais Paulo
s’il vous plait I will take and add what you would like to order before the words
s’il vous plait after giving your order your waiter might ask you Susilo – will
that be all so make sure to listen for it
usually French waiters and waitresses are really polite and will not interrupt
you when you’re having dinner therefore if you’re ready to get the check you
have to get their attention simply say excuse me
wah l’addition s’il vous plait excuse me the bill please
most restaurants and France have a service charge but the good news is
tipping is more of a courtesy it is not required and it’s not considered rude if
you don’t tip if you really liked the service and would like to give the
waiter or waitress something the average is 5 or 10% of the bill like this quick lesson watch the full
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