Food & Drinks in Romanian

Food & Drinks in Romanian 2017-11-27T08:20:40+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 Romanian“.

Food & Drinks in Romanian

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Basic Food & Spices

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
bread [Sg]
pâine
breads [Pl]
panes
roll [Sg]
rulou
rolls [Pl]
rulouri
butter
unt
cheese [Sg]
brânză
cheese [Pl]
brânzeturi
honey
miere
jam [Sg]
gem
jams [Pl]
gemuri
egg [Sg]
ou
eggs [Pl]
ouă
noodles [Sg]
tăițel
noodles [Pl]
tăiței
rice
orez
yoghurt [Sg]
iaurt
yoghurts [Pl]
iaurturi
sugar
zahăr
salt
sare
pepper
piper
spice [Sg]
condiment
spices [Pl]
condimente
oil [Sg]
ulei
oils [Pl]
uleiuri

Basic Words & Phrases

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
(to) eat
a mânca
food [Sg]
mâncare
foods [Pl]
mâncăruri
(to) drink
a bea
drink [Sg]
băutură
drinks [Pl]
băuturi
hungry
înfometat (m), înfometată (f)
hunger
foame
thirsty
însetat
thirst
sete
(to) cook
a găti
(to) taste
a gusta
tasty
gustos
delicious
delicios
Bon appetit! / Enjoy your meal!
Poftă bună!
Cheers! / To your health!
Noroc!
breakfast [Sg]
dejun
breakfasts [Pl]
dejunuri
lunch [Sg]
prânz
lunches [Pl]
prânzuri
dinner [Sg]
cină
dinners [Pl]
cine
restaurant [Sg]
restaurant
restaurants [Pl]
restaurante
bar [Sg]
bar
bars [Pl]
baruri
café [Sg]
cafea
cafés [Pl]
cafele

Dishes

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
soup [Sg]
supă
soups [Pl]
supe
salad [Sg]
salată
salads [Pl]
salate
french fries / chips [Sg]
cartofi prăjiți
french fries / chips [Pl]
cartofi prăjiți

Dishes & Cutlery

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
cutlery [Sg]
tacâm
cutlery [Pl]
tacâmuri
fork [Sg]
furculită
forks [Pl]
furculițe
spoon [Sg]
lingură
spoons [Pl]
linguri
knife [Sg]
cuțit
knives [Pl]
cuțite
plate [Sg]
farfurie
plates [Pl]
farfuri
glass [Sg]
pahar
glasses [Pl]
pahare
cup [Sg]
ceașcă
cups [Pl]
cești
mug [Sg]
cană
mugs [Pl]
căni

Drinks

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
water
apă
mineral water
apă minerală
soda water / sparkling water
apă gazoasă
still water
apă plată
juice [Sg]
suc
juices [Pl]
sucuri
beer [Sg]
bere
beers [Pl]
beri
wine [Sg]
vin
wines [Pl]
vinuri
champagne [Sg]
șampanie
champagnes [Pl]
sampani
cocktail [Sg]
cocktail
cocktails [Pl]
cocktail-uri
milk
lapte
cocoa
cacao
coffee [Sg]
cafea
coffees [Pl]
cafele
tea [Sg]
ceai
teas [Pl]
ceai-uri

Flavors

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
sweet [Sg]
dulce
sweet [Pl]
dulciuri
sour
acru
spicy
picant
salty
sărat
bitter
amar

Fruit & Vegetables

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
fruit [Sg]
fruct
fruit [Pl]
fructe
vegetables [Sg]
legume
vegetables [Pl]
legume
apple [Sg]
măr
apples [Pl]
mere
orange [Sg]
portocală
oranges [Pl]
portocale
strawberry [Sg]
zmeură
strawberries [Pl]
zmeure
banana [Sg]
banană
bananas [Pl]
banane
potato [Sg]
cartof
potatoes [Pl]
cartofi
cucumber [Sg]
castravete
cucumbers [Pl]
castraveți

Meat & Sausages

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
meat [Sg]
carne
meat [Pl]
cărnuri
sausage [Sg]
cârnaț
sausages [Pl]
cârnați
small sausage [Sg]
cărnaț mic
small sausages [Pl]
cârnați mici
ham
șuncă
chicken [Sg]
pui
chicken [Pl]
pui
fish [Sg]
pește
fish [Pl]
pești
beef [Sg]
vită
beef [Pl]
vite
lamb [Sg]
miel
lamb [Pl]
miei

Sweets

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
chocolate [Sg]
ciocolată
chocolate [Pl]
ciocolate
pie [Sg]
plăcintă
pies [Pl]
plăcinte
cake [Sg]
tort
cakes [Pl]
torturi
biscuit [Sg]
biscuit
biscuits [Pl]
biscuiți
icecream [Sg]
înghețată
icecream [Pl]
înghețate

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