Learn Chinese Conversations: Ordering Food at a Restaurant | Chinese Listening & Speaking Practice
Do you know how to order food at a restaurant in Mandarin Chinese? In this video, I’ll teach you.
Part 1: Ordering food at a fast food restaurant 00:43-05:38
Part 2: Ordering food at a tale dining restaurant 06:00-13:45
1. Arriving at the restaurant 06:10-08:21
2. Ordering food 08:32-10:34
3. Paying the bill 10:46-13:45
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48 thoughts on “How to Order Food at a Restaurant in Chinese | Real Chinese Conversations Practice”

  1. In China you would not know that if you go into a Chinese restaurant in the US, you must first ask the waiter or waitress if it is OK for you to speak Mandarin. Most Chinese restaurants in the US are run by people who speak Cantonese. If you just start speaking in Mandarin you embarrass them because they can not understand you but they feel that they should. Only about half the Chinese restaurants I have been in even have a Mandarin speaker. But if she is the grandmother, she will come out and talk to you.

  2. very helpful, clear, detailed explanation that made us understand fully well the lesson "ordering food in a chinese restaurant" Our appreciation and sincerest thanks.

  3. at 12:05 you said "六十三快“ which is over 10 and earlier you mentioned not having to add 快 if its over 10…did you add it here because you wanted to or because you have to?

  4. My top 10 languages to learn
    Mandarin, Russian, Greek, Ukrainian, Korean, Finnish, Icelandic, Estonian, Bulgarian, and Belarusian. 🇨🇳🇷🇺🇬🇷🇺🇦🇰🇷🇫🇮🇮🇸🇪🇪🇧🇬🇧🇾.

  5. Thank you SO much for saying
    the words & sentences SLOWLY.
    It is a challenge for me to pronounce some words.
    Hearing it said SLOWLY and with REPETITION helps tremendously!
    Some tutors don't seem to realize that sometimes we have never ever heard words spoken… rather baby steps initially, because to "unlearn" a wrong way of saying something is difficult.

  6. Such an amazing way of teaching a language. I'm brushing up my Chinese, quite at a slow pace, though. The video presents a very practical lesson. After watching, I can head towards the nearest KFC to practice in real-life situations what I've learned. Good job, thank u very much for the lesson…..

  7. I am so excited for my exchange in china 🎉🇨🇳 if you speak chinese and want to study english spanish or german contact me on chineses.flashcards (Instagram) to study together and have more authentic conversations

  8. Thank you so much. I have been watching you’re videos and I’m really really trying to better my chinese. I posted a video of my progress. If anyone can help. I don’t know if my pronunciation is correct. Lol 哈哈谢谢

  9. 谢谢老师。Great lesson. I'm noticing so many different ways to say "excuse me". I did watch the video on it, but even so, I keep discovering more ways and circumstances for them. When I visit China, I have "Everyday Chinese" to thank for being able to communicate properly.

    You have no idea how much I love, admire and respect the Chinese culture and people and to me, this language is so beautiful. I am so proud to be able to speak it, because of this channel, I am able to, keep up the great work! ❤

  10. I've just got a suggestion, why don't you add the different payment mehods in your dialogues. We all know it is more common when you are asked how you wanna pay: 你用支付宝还是微信/怎么支付? The cash is less and less used nowdays LOL
    And the "刷卡" you most likely to hear when you "上公交车", rather than when you 买单。

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