Learn how to order food in a restaurant in English. Our dog Carter (a dog with human hands in this video) will show you how. You’ll see him choose from the English menu, select his wine and then enjoy the meal. He also leaves a tip.
To see more videos with phrases for everyday situations, click here.
To see another video with Carter the dog, click here.
Restaurant conversation Video Script
It’s busy here tonight. I hope the waiter comes soon. I’m hungry! Ah, here we go. Now what shall I have? A steak, perhaps – medium rare. Or maybe the turkey. No, no, give me another minute. I haven’t decided yet. Ah, dear. Decisions, decisions. OK, I’m ready to order. I’d like a bottle of white wine, please – the chablis. And then, I’ll have the turkey, please. Yes, that’s it. OK. Let me check. Is this the one? Yes, that’s the one. Good. A little more please, I’m very thirsty. Great. Oh yes, that’s very good. Not too sweet and not too dry. Dinner, mmmm, that’s very good. A little more wine I think. Oh, this turkey’s great. Just what I wanted. Very tasty! What’s he bringing now? Oh, it’s the bill. So, how much is it? That’s not too bad. I’m going to leave a big tip. I think I’ll come here again.
Are you an English Teacher?
If you would like to use this video with your classes, you might like to use the video below too. It’s the same video but with no words. Students can use it to predict what Carter (the dog) is thinking and saying before they watch the video above.