Food & Drinks in Norwegian

Food & Drinks in Norwegian 2017-11-27T08:20:36+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 Norwegian“.

Food & Drinks in Norwegian

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Basic Food & Spices

EnglishNorwegianPronunciation
(Audio)
bread [Sg]
brød
breads [Pl]
brød
roll [Sg]
rull
rolls [Pl]
ruller
butter
smør
cheese
ost
honey
honning
jam [Sg]
syltetøy
jams [Pl]
syltetøy
egg [Sg]
egg
eggs [Pl]
egg
noodles
nudler
rice
ris
yoghurt [Sg]
yoghurt
yoghurts [Pl]
yoghurter
sugar
sukker
salt
salt
pepper
pepper
spice [Sg]
krydder
spices [Pl]
krydder
oil
olje

Basic Words & Phrases

EnglishNorwegianPronunciation
(Audio)
(to) eat
(å) spise
food
mat
(to) drink
(å) drikke
drink [Sg]
drikke
drinks [Pl]
drikker
hungry
sulten
hunger
sult
thirsty
tørst
thirst
tørste
(to) cook
(å) lage mat
(to) taste
(å) smake
tasty
smakfull
delicious
utsøkt
Bon appetit! / Enjoy your meal!
Vær så god!
Cheers! / To your health!
Skål!
breakfast
frokost
lunch
lunsj
dinner
middag
restaurant [Sg]
restaurant
restaurants [Pl]
restauranter
bar [Sg]
bar
bars [Pl]
barer
café
kafè

Dishes

EnglishNorwegianPronunciation
(Audio)
soup [Sg]
suppe
soups [Pl]
supper
salad [Sg]
salat
salads [Pl]
salater
french fries / chips
pommes frites

Dishes & Cutlery

EnglishNorwegianPronunciation
(Audio)
cutlery
bestikk
fork
gaffel
spoon
skje
knife
kniv
plate
tallerken
glass
glass
cup
kopp
mug
mugge

Drinks

EnglishNorwegianPronunciation
(Audio)
water
vann
mineral water
mineral vann
soda water / sparkling water
boble vann
still water
boblefritt vann
juice [Sg]
jus
juices [Pl]
jus
beer
øl
wine
vin
champagne
champagne
cocktail
cocktail
milk
melk
cocoa
kakao
coffee
kaffe
tea
te

Flavors

EnglishNorwegianPronunciation
(Audio)
sweet
søtt
sour
surt
spicy
sterk
salty
salt
bitter
bitter

Fruit & Vegetables

EnglishNorwegianPronunciation
(Audio)
fruit
frukt
vegetables
grønnsaker
apple [Sg]
eple
apples [Pl]
epler
orange [Sg]
appelsin
oranges [Pl]
appelsiner
strawberry [Sg]
jordbær
strawberries [Pl]
jordbær
banana [Sg]
banan
bananas [Pl]
bananer
potato [Sg]
potet
potatoes [Pl]
poteter
cucumber [Sg]
agurk
cucumbers [Pl]
agurker

Meat & Sausages

EnglishNorwegianPronunciation
(Audio)
meat
kjøtt
sausage [Sg]
pølse
sausages [Pl]
pølser
small sausage [Sg]
liten pølse
small sausages [Pl]
små pølser
ham
skinke
chicken
kylling
fish
fisk
beef
biff
lamb
lam

Sweets

EnglishNorwegianPronunciation
(Audio)
chocolate
sjokolade
pie [Sg]
pai
pies [Pl]
paier
cake [Sg]
kake
cakes [Pl]
kaker
biscuit [Sg]
småkake
biscuits [Pl]
småkaker
icecream
iskrem

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