Food & Drinks in Spanish

Food & Drinks in Spanish 2017-07-03T14:27:09+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 Spanish“.

Food & Drinks in Spanish

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Basic Food & Spices

EnglishSpanishPronunciation
(Audio)
bread [Sg]
pan
breads [Pl]
panes
roll [Sg]
rollo
rolls [Pl]
rollos
butter
mantequilla
cheese [Sg]
queso
cheese [Pl]
quesos
honey
miel
jam [Sg]
mermelada
jams [Pl]
mermeladas
egg [Sg]
huevo
eggs [Pl]
huevos
noodles
tallarines
rice
arroz
yoghurt
yogurt
sugar
azúcar
salt
sal
pepper
pimienta
spice [Sg]
aliño
especia

spices [Pl]
aliños
especias

oil [Sg]
aceite
oils [Pl]
aceites

Basic Words & Phrases

EnglishSpanishPronunciation
(Audio)
(to) eat
comer
food
comida
(to) drink
beber
drink
bebida
hungry
hambriento
hunger
hambre
thirsty
sediento
thirst
sed
(to) cook
cocinar
(to) taste
probar
tasty
sabroso
delicious
delicioso
Bon appetit! / Enjoy your meal!
¡Buen Provecho!
Cheers! / To your health!
¡Animo!
¡A tu salud!

breakfast [Sg]
desayuno
breakfasts [Pl]
desayunos
lunch [Sg]
almuerzo
lunches [Pl]
almuerzos
dinner [Sg]
cena
dinners [Pl]
cenas
restaurant [Sg]
restaurante
restaurants [Pl]
restaurantes
bar [Sg]
bar
bars [Pl]
bares
café [Sg]
café
cafés [Pl]
cafes

Dishes

EnglishSpanishPronunciation
(Audio)
soup [Sg]
sopa
soups [Pl]
sopas
salad [Sg]
ensalada
salads [Pl]
ensaladas
french fries / chips
papas fritas

Dishes & Cutlery

EnglishSpanishPronunciation
(Audio)
cutlery
cubiertos
fork [Sg]
tenedor
forks [Pl]
tenedores
spoon [Sg]
cuchara
spoons [Pl]
cucharas
knife [Sg]
cuchillo
knives [Pl]
cuchillos
plate [Sg]
plato
plates [Pl]
platos
glass [Sg]
vaso
glasses [Pl]
vasos
cup [Sg]
taza
cups [Pl]
tazas
mug [Sg]
jarra
mugs [Pl]
jarras

Drinks

EnglishSpanishPronunciation
(Audio)
water
agua
mineral water
agua mineral
soda water / sparkling water
soda
still water
agua sin gas
juice [Sg]
jugo
juices [Pl]
jugos
beer [Sg]
cerveza
beers [Pl]
cervezas
wine [Sg]
vino
wines [Pl]
vinos
champagne
champaña
cocktail [Sg]
coctel
cocktails [Pl]
cocteles
milk
leche
cocoa
cacao
coffee [Sg]
café
coffees [Pl]
cafes
tea [Sg]
teas [Pl]
tes

Flavors

EnglishSpanishPronunciation
(Audio)
sweet
dulce
sour
ácido
spicy
picante
salty
salado
bitter
repugnante

Fruit & Vegetables

EnglishSpanishPronunciation
(Audio)
fruit [Sg]
fruta
fruit [Pl]
frutas
vegetables
vegetales
apple [Sg]
manzana
apples [Pl]
manzanas
orange [Sg]
naranja
oranges [Pl]
naranjas
strawberry [Sg]
fresa
strawberries [Pl]
fresas
banana [Sg]
banana
cambur

bananas [Pl]
bananas
cambures

potato [Sg]
papa
potatoes [Pl]
papas
cucumber [Sg]
pepino
cucumbers [Pl]
pepinos

Meat & Sausages

EnglishSpanishPronunciation
(Audio)
meat
carne
sausage [Sg]
salchicha
sausages [Pl]
salchichas
small sausage [Sg]
salchicha pequeña
small sausages [Pl]
salchichas pequeñas
ham [Sg]
jamón
hams [Pl]
jamones
chicken [Sg]
pollo
chicken [Pl]
pollos
fish [Sg]
pescado
fish [Pl]
pescados
beef
carne de vaca
lamb
cordero

Sweets

EnglishSpanishPronunciation
(Audio)
chocolate [Sg]
chocolate
chocolate [Pl]
chocolates
pie [Sg]
pie
pies [Pl]
pies
cake [Sg]
torta
pastel

cakes [Pl]
trotas
pasteles

biscuit [Sg]
galleta
biscuits [Pl]
galletas
icecream [Sg]
helado
icecream [Pl]
helados

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