AEE Secrets to Real Listening Bonus 17: The Most Important Native Food Phrases to Connect

Do you know the native phrases that you can use when you talk about food with native English speakers?

Dining and sharing food is a key way to connect with natives but when you’re eating with a native speaker you need to know the right words to use.

Today you’ll get a few of them.

Key native English food vocabulary:

  • “Diner”: A typical American style restaurant that serves food like sandwiches, hamburgers, and ice cream
  • “Farm to table”:  Food that has been bought directly from the farm and is usually found in restaurants
  • “What got me was” and “it caught my eye”: The thing that captured my attention

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