Excuse me， could I see the menu， please?
Are you ready to order?
Could I have the bill， please?
How would you like to pay?
Have you got a table for two， please?
Have you booked a table?
Have you made a reservation?
smoking or non-smoking?
Would you like something to drink?
Would you like to see the menu?
-Good evening, sir. A table for two?
-Yes, by the window, please.
-This way, please.
-Good evening, please take your seats, gentlemen. Here are the menus. Would you like to order an aperitif?
-I’ll have a Campari and soda. What about you?
-A medium dry sherry, please.
-Thank you. Here we are. One medium dry sherry and a Campari and soda. Are you ready to order now, gentlemen?
-No, we are still looking at the menu. Maybe you should recommend something for the main course? -Certainly. The T-bone steak is very good. I would suggest that you try this. -That’s a good idea. I love beef steak, I’ll have the T-bone steak.
-How would you like it cooked?
-And what will your vegetables be?
-Mushrooms and Carrots
-And what would you like for your appetizer?
-I’ll have hors d’oeuvres and the baked salmon.
-Thank you, sir. What about you, sir?
-I’ll start with the hors d’oeuvres followed by sole.
-What would you like to follow?
-What is this Noisettes Milanese exactly?
-It’s lamb cooked with herbs and served with spaghetti.
-That sounds very interesting, I’ll try that.
-Mashed, boiled or baked potato?
-And what will your vegetable be?
-Some spinach, please.
-Good Evening, gentleman! Your wine list.
-Thank you. Let’s see what they’re got for us.
-I can recommend the white Chablis, sir. It’s very popular.
-OK, a bottle of the Chablis. How about you, Jim?
-Bring me some mineral water, please.