Learn Spanish Food Vocabulary and Drink Words
If you are looking for a place to build on your basic Spanish vocabulary - especially when it comes to learning Spanish food vocabulary and drink words, this page should help you get a decent start. By reading through this page, you'll have a much easier time eating at a Spanish food restaurant, because you'll have a better grasp on how to order food in Spanish. Look below to find the Spanish to English translations for many of the words that can often be found on a Spanish dinner menu.
This page will teach you food terms in Spanish including
↪ how to say eggs / onion / bread in Spanish
↪ how to say water / beer / milk in Spanish
↪ how to say beer in Spanish
plus other useful words and phrases like
↪ how to say I'm hungry in Spanish
↪ how to say breakfast / lunch / dinner in Spanish
↪ how to say dessert / snack in Spanish
and much more.
So without further ado, please scroll down to see our full list of Spanish food and drink words.
Spanish to English Food and Drink Words:
Whether you take Spanish classes online or simply study Spanish language books offline, our list of food and drink related Spanish to English translations are here to teach you food and drink words in Spanish, so you can understand the Spanish dinner menu when eating at a Spanish food restaurant!
(Words in bold added during the last update. Latest additions can also been seen on our Twitter page: LearnSpanishCLT.)
Food Words in Spanish:
El alimento - Food
Comer - To eat
Ajo - Garlic
Cebolla - Onion
Dulce - Candy
Fruta - Fruit
Gelatina - Jelly
Hongo - Mushroom
Huevo(s) - Egg(s)
Jalea - Jam
Jamón - Ham
Pan - Bread
Pepinillos - Gherkins
Zanahoria - Carrot
Names of the Spices in Spanish:
Azúcar - Sugar
La sal - Salt
La pimienta - Pepper
Drink Words in Spanish:
El refresco - Beverage
Beber - To drink
Agua - Water
Café - Coffee
Cerveza - Beer
Gaseosa - Soda pop
Leche - Milk
Vino - Wine
Phrases Containing Food and Drink Words in Spanish:
Como cereal para el desayuno - I eat cereal for breakfast
De postre quiero flan - For dessert, I'll have apple tart
El queso - The cheese
La vida es como una caja de chocolate - Life is like a box of chocolates
¿Que quieres beber? - What would you like to drink?
Quiero Taco Bell - I want Taco Bell
Quiero un poco de helado - I would like some ice cream
Tu eres un pina - You are a pineapple
General Food and Drink Related Words in Spanish:
Desayuno - Breakfast
Almuerzo - Lunch
Cena - Dinner
Postre - Dessert
Merienda - Snack
Cafeteria - Coffee shop
General Food and Drink Related Phrases in Spanish:
El menu por favor? - May I have a menu?
¿Que sabores de helados tienes? - What flavors do you have?
Quiero ver el menú, por favor - I would like to see the menu, please
Tengo Hambre - I'm hungry
¿Tienes una mesa para seis personas? - Do you have a table for six?
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