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Jun 11, 2008

Business English Chinese translation samples--in restaurant

(Translated by freelance Chinese translator li – English to Chinese translation or Chinese to English translation services- business letter translation)

A la carte
Fixed price meal
Please give me this one.
May I have a menu, please?
Can I take your order now?
Not quite. Could I have a few more minutes?
Please take my order.
What is the specialty of the restaurant?
Do you have any special meals today?
What would you recommend? I prefer something light.
I'll leave it to you.
I'll have the same as that one.
A. Could you tell me how this thing is cooked?
B. Lobster? It's steamed and served with our special sauce.
A. Is it good?
B. Sure. It's a most popular dish.
A. I think I'll try some lobster, and give me some green salad together.
B. We have three dressings for salad. Which one would you like?
A. What kind do you have?
B. We have Italian, French and Thousand Island.
A. Make it French please.


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