Food & Drinks in Serbian

Food & Drinks in Serbian 2017-11-27T08:20:42+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 Serbian“.

Food & Drinks in Serbian

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Basic Food & Spices

EnglishSerbianSerbian
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
bread [Sg]
хлеб
hleb
breads [Pl]
хлебови
hlebovi
roll [Sg]
плетеница
pletenica
rolls [Pl]
плетенице
pletenice
butter
путер
puter
cheese
сир
sir
honey
мед
med
jam [Sg]
џем
džem
jams [Pl]
џемови
džemovi
egg [Sg]
јаје
jaje
eggs [Pl]
јаја
jaja
noodles
нудле
nudle
rice
пиринач
pirinač
yoghurt [Sg]
јогурт
jogurt
yoghurts [Pl]
јогурти
jogurti
sugar
шећер
šećer
salt
со
so
pepper
бибер
biber
spice [Sg]
зачин
začin
spices [Pl]
зачини
začini
oil
уље
ulje

Basic Words & Phrases

EnglishSerbianSerbian
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
(to) eat
јести
појести
jesti
pojesti

food
храна
hrana
(to) drink
пити
piti
drink [Sg]
пиће
piće
drinks [Pl]
пића
pića
hungry
гладан
gladan
hunger
глад
glad
thirsty
жедан
žedan
thirst
жеђ
žeđ
(to) cook
кувати
kuhati
(to) taste
пробати
probati
tasty
укусно
ukusno
delicious
укусно
ukusno
Bon appetit! / Enjoy your meal!
Пријатно!
Prijatno!
Cheers! / To your health!
Наздравље!
Nazdravlje!
breakfast
доручак
doručak
lunch
ручак
ručak
dinner
вечера
večera
restaurant [Sg]
ресторан
restoran
restaurants [Pl]
ресторани
restorani
bar [Sg]
бар
bar
bars [Pl]
барови
barovi
café [Sg]
кафић
kafić
cafés [Pl]
кафићи
kafići

Dishes

EnglishSerbianSerbian
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
soup [Sg]
супа
supa
soups [Pl]
супе
supe
salad [Sg]
салата
salata
salads [Pl]
салате
salate
french fries / chips
помфрит
чипс
pomfrit
čips

Dishes & Cutlery

EnglishSerbianSerbian
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
cutlery
есцајг
escajg
fork
виљушка
viljuška
spoon
кашика
kašika
knife
нож
nož
plate
тањир
tanjir
glass
чаша
čaša
cup
шољица
šoljica
mug
шоља
šolja

Drinks

EnglishSerbianSerbian
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
water
вода
voda
mineral water
минерална вода
mineralna voda
soda water / sparkling water
сода
газирана вода
soda
gazirana voda

still water
дестилована вода
destilovana voda
juice [Sg]
сок
sok
juices [Pl]
сокови
sokovi
beer
пива
piva
wine
вино
vino
champagne
шампањац
šampanjac
cocktail
коктел
koktel
milk
млеко
mleko
cocoa
какао
kakao
coffee
кафа
kafa
tea
an
čaj

Flavors

EnglishSerbianSerbian
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
sweet
слатко
slatko
sour
кисело
kiselo
spicy
љуто
ljuto
salty
слано
slano
bitter
горко
gorko

Fruit & Vegetables

EnglishSerbianSerbian
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
fruit
воће
voće
vegetables
поврће
povrće
apple [Sg]
јабука
jabuka
apples [Pl]
јабуке
jabuke
orange [Sg]
наранџа
narandža
oranges [Pl]
наранџе
narandže
strawberry [Sg]
јагода
jagoda
strawberries [Pl]
јагоде
jagode
banana [Sg]
банана
banana
bananas [Pl]
банане
banane
potato [Sg]
кромпир
krompir
potatoes [Pl]
кромпири
krompiri
cucumber [Sg]
краставац
krastavac
cucumbers [Pl]
краставци
krastavci

Meat & Sausages

EnglishSerbianSerbian
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
meat
месо
meso
sausage [Sg]
кобасица
kobasica
sausages [Pl]
кобасице
kobasice
small sausage [Sg]
мала кобасица
mala kobasica
small sausages [Pl]
мале кобасице
male kobasice
ham [Sg]
шунка
šunka
hams [Pl]
шунке
šunke
chicken [Sg]
пиле
pile
chicken [Pl]
пилад
pilad
fish [Sg]
риба
riba
fish [Pl]
рибе
ribe
beef
говедина
govedina
lamb
јагњетина
jagnjetina

Sweets

EnglishSerbianSerbian
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
chocolate
чоколада
čokolada
pie [Sg]
пита
pita
pies [Pl]
пите
pite
cake [Sg]
торта
torta
cakes [Pl]
торте
torte
biscuit [Sg]
бисквит
biskvit
biscuits [Pl]
бисквити
biskviti
icecream [Sg]
сладолед
sladoled
icecream [Pl]
сладоледи
sladoledi

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