Từ vựng tiếng Anh phổ biến về Nhà hàng – Restaurant English vocabulary

A restaurant is a place where people go to eat meals that are prepared and served by staff. Some common vocabulary words related to restaurants include:

  • Menu: a list of the food and drinks that are available at a restaurant
  • Entrée: the main course of a meal
  • Appetizer: a small, light dish served before the main course
  • Dessert: a sweet dish served at the end of a meal
  • Beverage: a drink, such as water, juice, coffee, or alcohol
  • Server: a person who brings food and drinks to the tables and takes orders from customers
  • Host/hostess: a person who greets customers when they arrive at the restaurant and assigns them a table
  • Waitstaff: the collective term for servers and other staff who serve customers at their tables
  • Reservation: a request to have a table reserved for a particular time and date.
  • Specials: dishes that are not regularly on the menu, but are offered on a particular day or for a limited time
  • A la carte: a type of menu where each dish is priced separately and customers can order as many or as few dishes as they like
  • Set menu: a fixed selection of dishes that are offered as a single meal at a set price
  • Chef: the person who is in charge of the kitchen and responsible for preparing the food at a restaurant
  • Sommelier: a trained and knowledgeable wine expert who can recommend wines to pair with dishes at a restaurant
  • Waiter/waitress: a person who serves food and drinks to customers at their tables
  • Busser: a person who clears tables, refills drinks, and assists the waitstaff at a restaurant
  • Maitre d’: the person who manages the front of the house at a restaurant, including seating customers and managing the waitstaff.
  • Dining room: the area of a restaurant where customers sit and eat their meals
  • Bar: an area of a restaurant where customers can sit and order alcoholic drinks
  • Happy hour: a period of time, usually in the late afternoon or early evening, when a restaurant offers discounted prices on drinks
  • Takeout: the act of ordering food from a restaurant to be picked up and taken away to be eaten elsewhere
  • Delivery: the act of having food from a restaurant delivered to your home or another location
  • Tip: a gratuity given to servers and other restaurant staff in addition to the bill
  • Allergy: a medical condition that causes a person to have an adverse reaction to certain foods
  • Vegan: a person who does not eat any animal products, including meat, dairy, and eggs.
  • Vegetarian: a person who does not eat meat, but may eat dairy products and eggs
  • Gluten-free: a diet that avoids foods that contain gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye
  • Food allergies: a medical condition that causes a person to have an adverse reaction to certain foods
  • Nut allergy: an allergy to nuts or peanuts
  • Food intolerance: a digestive problem that occurs when a person cannot tolerate certain foods
  • Special diet: a diet that is customized for a person’s individual needs, such as for medical or religious reasons
  • Table service: a type of restaurant service where servers bring food and drinks to the table and take orders from customers
  • Counter service: a type of restaurant service where customers order and pay for their food at a counter and then take it to their own table.
  • Takeout menu: a menu that lists the dishes available for takeout from a restaurant
  • Online ordering: the ability to place an order for food from a restaurant using a website or app
  • Delivery service: a service that brings food from a restaurant to a customer’s home or office
  • Curbside pickup: the act of picking up food from a restaurant without leaving your car
  • Dine-in: the act of eating a meal at a restaurant, as opposed to taking it to go or having it delivered
  • Eat-in: another term for dine-in
  • Table setting: the arrangement of dishes, cutlery, and glasses on a table at a restaurant
  • Tablecloth: a cloth used to cover a table at a restaurant.
  • Children’s menu: a menu with dishes that are specifically designed for children, such as smaller portions or simpler dishes
  • Dessert menu: a menu that lists the desserts available at a restaurant
  • Drinks menu: a menu that lists the beverages available at a restaurant, including alcoholic and non-alcoholic options
  • Lunch menu: a menu that lists the dishes available at a restaurant during the lunchtime hours
  • Dinner menu: a menu that lists the dishes available at a restaurant during the dinner hours
  • Brunch menu: a menu that lists the dishes available at a restaurant during the brunch hours, typically a combination of breakfast and lunch dishes
  • Daily specials: dishes that are not regularly on the menu, but are offered on a particular day or for a limited time
  • Prix fixe: a type of menu where customers choose a set number of courses from a fixed selection of dishes for a set price.
  • Buffet: a type of restaurant service where customers serve themselves from a selection of dishes laid out on a table
  • Self-service: a type of restaurant service where customers serve themselves, typically at a buffet or salad bar
  • Degustation: a type of restaurant service where the chef prepares and serves a series of small, carefully curated dishes
  • Tasting menu: another term for degustation
  • Fast food: a type of restaurant that serves quickly prepared, inexpensive food
  • Casual dining: a type of restaurant that offers moderately priced, relaxed dining.

These are just a few examples of words and phrases that are commonly used in the context of restaurants. There may be other words and phrases that are specific to a particular restaurant or cultural context.

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