Food & Drinks in Estonian

Food & Drinks in Estonian 2017-07-03T14:26:55+00:00

Food and drinks are a recurring talking point, not only while eating out on vacation. So let’s learn the most common words and phrases related to this topic.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Estonian“.

Food & Drinks in Estonian

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Basic Food & Spices

EnglishEstonian
bread [Sg]
sai
breads [Pl]
saiad
roll [Sg]
saiake
rolls [Pl]
saiakesed
butter
või
cheese
juust
honey
mesi
jam [Sg]
moos
jams [Pl]
moosid
egg [Sg]
muna
eggs [Pl]
munad
noodles
nuudlid
rice
riis
yoghurt [Sg]
jogurt
yoghurts [Pl]
jogurtid
sugar
suhkur
salt
sool
pepper
pipar
spice [Sg]
vürts
spices [Pl]
vürtsid
oil
õli

Basic Words & Phrases

EnglishEstonian
(to) eat
sööma
food
toit
(to) drink
jooma
drink [Sg]
jook
drinks [Pl]
joogid
hungry
näljane
hunger
nälg
thirsty
janune
thirst
janu
(to) cook
süüa tegema
(to) taste
maitsma
tasty
maitsev
delicious
oivaline
Bon appetit! / Enjoy your meal!
Head isu!
Cheers! / To your health!
Terviseks!
breakfast
hommikusöök
lunch
lõunasöök
dinner
õhtusöök
restaurant [Sg]
restoran
restaurants [Pl]
restoranid
bar [Sg]
baar
bars [Pl]
baarid
café
kohvik

Dishes

EnglishEstonian
soup [Sg]
supp
soups [Pl]
supid
salad [Sg]
salat
salads [Pl]
salatid
french fries / chips
krõpsud

Dishes & Cutlery

EnglishEstonian
cutlery
söögiriistad
fork
kahvel
spoon
lusikas
knife
nuga
plate
taldrik
glass
klaas
cup
tops
mug
tass

Drinks

EnglishEstonian
water
vesi
mineral water
mineraalvesi
soda water / sparkling water
karboniseeritud vesi
still water
destilleeritud vesi
juice [Sg]
mahl
juices [Pl]
mahlad
beer
õlu
wine
vein
champagne
vahuvein
cocktail
kokteil
milk
piim
cocoa
kakao
coffee
kohv
tea
tee

Flavors

EnglishEstonian
sweet
magus
sour
hapu
spicy
vürtsikas
salty
soolane
bitter
mõru

Fruit & Vegetables

EnglishEstonian
fruit
puuvili
vegetables
köögivili
apple [Sg]
õun
apples [Pl]
õunad
orange [Sg]
apelsin
oranges [Pl]
apelsinid
strawberry [Sg]
maasikas
strawberries [Pl]
maasikad
banana [Sg]
banaan
bananas [Pl]
banaanid
potato [Sg]
kartul
potatoes [Pl]
kartulid
cucumber [Sg]
kurk
cucumbers [Pl]
kurgid

Meat & Sausages

EnglishEstonian
meat
liha
sausage [Sg]
vorst
sausages [Pl]
vorstid
small sausage [Sg]
väike vorst
small sausages [Pl]
väikesed vorstid
ham
sink
chicken
kana
fish
kala
beef
veis
lamb
lammas

Sweets

EnglishEstonian
chocolate
šokolaad
pie [Sg]
pirukas
pies [Pl]
pirukad
cake [Sg]
kook
cakes [Pl]
koogid
biscuit [Sg]
küpsis
biscuits [Pl]
küpsised
icecream
jäätis

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