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SPANISH FOR TRAVELERS
topic: FOOD/EATING 1: General terms/phrases



I'm very hungry.
Tengo mucha hambre.

I'm thirsty.
Tengo sed.

I feel like drinking coffee.
Tengo ganas de tomar un café/ Se me antoja un café.

I'm full.
Estoy satisfecho/bien.

We're not hungry.
No tenemos hambre.

I have to eat something.
Tengo que comer algo.

Do you have anything to drink?
¿Tiene algo a tomar?

Is there a cafe near here?
¿Hay un café/una cafetería cerca de aquí?

Can you recommend a good vegetarian restaurant?
¿Me puede recomendar un buen restaurante vegetariano?

Where is the nearest pastry shop?
¿Dónde está la panadería mas cercana?

Where can you go for a cheap food?
¿Dónde se puede comer barato?

What's the local specialty?
¿Qué es la comida típica en esta región?


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