Xu Hướng 12/2023 # Vocabulary For Complaining/Problems In A Restaurant Exercise Part 2 # Top 21 Xem Nhiều

Bạn đang xem bài viết Vocabulary For Complaining/Problems In A Restaurant Exercise Part 2 được cập nhật mới nhất tháng 12 năm 2023 trên website Bac.edu.vn. Hy vọng những thông tin mà chúng tôi đã chia sẻ là hữu ích với bạn. Nếu nội dung hay, ý nghĩa bạn hãy chia sẻ với bạn bè của mình và luôn theo dõi, ủng hộ chúng tôi để cập nhật những thông tin mới nhất.

Exercise: Problems in a restaurant continued

Read the following text where four customers (Julie, Andrew, Sally & Peter) continue to have problems when eating in a restaurant.

From the context, try to guess what the meaning of the words/phrases in bold are. Then do the quiz at the end to check if you are right.

20 minutes later, the customers have just been served their main course

Julie: ‘Is there a problem with your steak Andrew?’

Andrew: ‘Yeah, there is. I ordered a rare steak because I like it when the meat is very red inside and they have brought me a well-done steak instead. I don’t like it when they fry it for a long time, so it is brown on the inside and the meat doesn’t have a lot of taste.’

Julie: ‘You should ask the waiter to send it back to the kitchen, so you they can give you another steak. I’ll call the waiter over.’

Sally: ‘I have a problem with my main course as well. The roast chicken is good, but they’ve overcooked the carrots, so they are too soft and they don’t have any taste at all. But the boiled potatoes are almost raw. They are so hard. It’s like they haven’t cooked the potatoes at all.’

Julie: ‘I’ll call the waiter over now. Excuse me!’

Waiter: ‘Yes, madam. How can I help you?’

Julie: ‘One of my friends ordered a rare steak and you’ve brought him a well-done steak. My other friend’s carrots are overcooked and her potatoes are raw. Can you send them back to the kitchen to be replaced please?’

Waiter: ‘I’ll go and get him for you.’

Manager: ‘What seems to be the problem?’

Manager: ‘ Please accept my apologies. I’ll send your friend’s dish back to the kitchen and get it replaced. We won’t charge you for the roast chicken. So, you don’t have to pay for it. Also, to say sorry we’ll give you a bottle of red wine on the house for all the problems you’ve experienced.’

Julie: ‘A free bottle of wine! Thank you very much.’

40 minutes later, after receiving the bill/check from the waiter

Julie: ‘The bill seems very high.’

Waiter: ‘I’m terribly sorry. I’ll bring you the correct bill now.’

5 minutes later, having paid and about to leave

Andrew: ‘Let’s leave here now we’ve paid the bill. It’s been a disaster.’

Andrew: ‘They have short changed you. You should have got £60 back in change. You should call the waiter over again.’

Quiz: Vocabulary for complaining/problems in a restaurant part 2 Practice

Now that you understand the new vocabulary, practise it by creating your own sentences with the new words/phrases.

Restaurant English: Useful Expressions Used At A Restaurant

Restaurant English: Useful Expressions Used at a Restaurant Restaurant English: Making a Reservation

I would like to make a dinner reservation for two.

I need to make a dinner reservation.

We will need the reservation for Tuesday chúng tôi will be coming to your restaurant on Tuesday night.

English for Restaurant Staff

We will have a table for you.

I can seat you at 7.30 on Tuesday, if you would kindly give me your name.

We don’t have anything available at 8.30. Is 7.30 OK?

I have a table for four available at 7.45, please just give me your name.

I booked a table for two for 7pm under the name of John Thomas.

A table for two, please.

May we sit at this table?

We have a dinner reservation for two at 7.30.

Our reservation is under the name of Thomas at 7.30 for two people.

Of course. Please come this way.

Your table isn’t quite ready yet.

Would you like to wait in the bar?

We’re fully booked at the moment. Could you come back a bit later?

If you wait, there’ll be a table for you free in a minute.

Would you follow me, please?

If you would please be seated over in the waiting area, our hostess will be with you in a moment.

Can I take your order, Sir/ Madam?

Are you ready to order?

Can I take your order?

Are you ready to order yet?

What would you like to start with?

What would you like for a starter?

Anything to drink?

Do you want a salad with it?

How would you like your steak?

Do you want vegetables with it?

Why don’t you try the pizza?

Can I start you off with anything to drink?

May I get you anything to drink?

What would you like for dessert?

Do you want a dessert?

What would you like to drink with your meal?

Would you like any wine with that?

Can I get you a drink while you’re waiting?

Would you like any coffee?

Would you like an appetizer?

Can I get you anything else?

Would you like to order anything else?

Would you like to try our dessert special?

What did you want to order?

Would you like coffee or tea with your dessert?

Would you like dessert after your meal?

What would you like to drink?

Would you like to see our dessert menu?

Would you like to finish your evening with us with some dessert?

Could you bring us the menu, please?

Yes, can I see the dessert menu please?

No, thanks. I am full after the meal.

The menu, please.

What’s on the menu?

Do you have a set menu?

Could you bring us the salt/ pepper/ ketchup/ vinegar, please?

I’ll have the soup as a starter.

I’ll have the steak for the main course.

That’s all, thank you.

May I have some water, please?

May I get an order of barbeque wings?

That’ll be all for now.

Yes, please. May I get a glass of lemonade?

I would like a Coke.

I would like to order my food now.

We’d like to order a cheeseburger and some fries.

We’ll have the chicken with vegetables and the vegetable pasta, please.

Just some water, please.

Let’s have four coffees, please.

We would like two coffees and two teas.

We’d like a little longer, please.

I don’t think we have anymore steak left. I’ll check with the kitchen.

I’m sorry, but the king prawn soup is finished.

Sorry, the hamburgers are off.

Excuse me, but I didn’t order this.

I’m sorry, but this is cold.

Can I change my order please?

I’m sorry, but can I change my order?

I am sorry, but I think I ordered waffles.

English for Restaurant Staff

Let me take it back for you.

I am so sorry!

I am sorry that I misheard you.

Let me change it for you.

I am so sorry, Sir!

I’m so sorry. I’ll change it for you straightaway.

Is this served with salad?

What do you recommend?

Does this have any seafood in it?

Is that shrimp in the soup?

Is the soup a shrimp soup?

What is in this chicken dish?

Is there anything you recommend?

What a wonderful dinner!

I especially like the wonderful chicken dish.

I really love this meal.

My salad is very soggy.

The vegetables are kind of mushy.

My fish has good seasoning but is a little chúng tôi cake is too sweet for me.

Could I have the check, please?

Can I have the check, please?

We’ll take the check.

Can I have my bill?

Can we have the bill, please?

Could we get the bill?

Could I have the bill, please?

I am ready for my bill.

Could we pay please?

I am ready to pay the bill.

I would like my check, please.

Sometimes, you may also want to say

Do you accept credit cards?

Can we have separate checks?

We’re going to split the bill.

Are you paying together?

Restaurant English: At the Restaurant Conversations Restaurant English Conversation 1: Making a Reservation

Restaurant staff: This is Emma Restaurant.

Customer: Hi, I would like to make a dinner reservation for 2 people.

Restaurant staff: What night will you be coming?

Customer: We will need the reservation for Sunday night.

Restaurant staff: What time would you like?

Customer: 8.30.

Restaurant staff: We don’t have anything available at 8.30. Is 7.30 OK?

Customer: Yes, that’s fine.

Restaurant staff: Please just give me your name.

Customer: My name is John Thomas.

Restaurant staff: Thank you, Mr. Thomas, see you this Sunday at 7.30.

Customer: Thank you. Bye.

Waiter: Good evening. Welcome to Emma Restaurant.

John: I booked a table for two for 7.30 under the name of John Thomas.

Waiter: Yes, Mr. Thomas. Please come this way.

Waiter: Here is your table.

John: Thanks for your help!

Waiter: May I get you anything to drink?

John: Yes, please. May I get 2 glasses of orange juice?

Waiter: Sure. Would you like an appetizer?

John: I’ll have the tomato soup to start.

Lisa: I’ll have the shrimp soup.

Waiter: Would you like to order anything else?

John: That’ll be all for now.

Waiter: Let me know when you’re ready to order your food.

Waiter: Here is your potato soup, Madam.

Lisa: But I ordered shrimp soup!

Waiter: I’m so sorry. I’ll change it for you straightaway.

Lisa: I would appreciate that.

John: Excuse me. Could you bring us the menu, please?

John: We’d like to order a cheeseburger and some fries.

Waiter: Sorry, the fries are off. Why don’t you try the steak? It is excellent

John: I’ll trust your taste and take one order of that.

Waiter: Do you want a dessert?

Lisa: The chocolate mousse cake sounds great.

Waiter: Would you like coffee or tea with your dessert?

John: Just some water, please.

Waiter: Can I get you anything else?

Lisa: That’s all, thank you.

Lisa: John, is your steak OK?

John: The steak tastes wonderful!

Lisa: How is your cake?

John: My cake is too sweet for me.

Lisa: So is mine. I think they put too much sugar in cakes.

John: The food here is usually good, so I think that we should mention this to the waiter.

Lisa: You’re right. Maybe they can bring us some better food.

Cashier: Can I help you?

John: Yes, could I have the bill?

Cashier: Of course. Here you are.

John: Thank you. I am ready to pay the bill.

Cashier: Of course, Sir. How would you like to pay, cash or card?

John: By cash, please.

Cashier: That will be $80, please.

John: Here you are.

Cashier: Thank you. Here’s your change and your receipt.

John: Thank you.

Restaurant English Video

7 Things To Consider When Choosing A Restaurant

My husband and I love trying out dishes in restaurants, something we can’t do better at home, so we choose a restaurant based on this.

How Do You Choose a Restaurant?

How do you choose a restaurant? Will the occasion itself shape your choice? Or, is food a major factor? Aren’t service, ambience and location important, too? Or, do you go for Michelin stars? Whether we are conscious of it or not, we have our reasons for choosing a restaurant.

Which Restaurant to Choose?

When you take the time to choose, oftentimes, you are rewarded with a great gastronomic experience built around the ambience of the restaurant and the attitude of the staff serving you.

In choosing a restaurant, one faces many considerations. Word of mouth or reviews is useful. They give you an idea of what the restaurant is like. Especially from people who had been to this place several times. That would be a vote for the restaurant.

But why not take the risk and try out something new each time? This, too, could result in gastronomic surprises.

Will You Choose This Restaurant? What Is Your Top Criteria? In choosing a restaurant, what is your top criteria? Best Guide in How to Choose a Good Restaurant

Sometimes, all we want to do is get a table and eat. But once in a while, to make of our eating out an experience is quite enjoyable. Some of us know exactly what to look for. But for those who have not much clue in making your restaurant visit a memory to cherish, here are some tips to a great restaurant experience.

1. Location of the Restaurant

Choose a restaurant you can walk to. When you want to have a great time, driving afterwards can pose a real problem. So, get a restaurant that is close by where you can easily walk or where it is easy to get a cab. Another 50 bucks for a cab to go to a restaurant adds unnecessary expense.

Of course, it is different when the location is truly superb: a lake, seaside, riverside or a spectacular view of the mountain or an architectural gem. But food must be excellent to enjoy a $50 cab ride value.

A Neighbourhood Restaurant? 2. Ambience Matters

Sometimes, the restaurant may be beautiful but the décor is not to your taste. It jars your senses. Go to a place where you enjoy the general atmosphere.

Do they play music? How loudly? Check out the people who go to the restaurant. If you find it pleasant to be around these people as you eat your dinner, then go book a table. Maybe a specific table away from the kitchen doors and not under the air conditioner.

Sometimes, you have to work when you’re in a restaurant. For meetings where you need to discuss serious deals, go to restaurants that have private rooms.

Mood, Music, and Art in the Restaurant 3. Particular Cuisine Paired With the Right Wine

There are evenings when you just want a particular cuisine. And if that restaurant is the only one available where you live, there is really not much choice. After coming back from Asia, many folks just go for that big chunk of beef. The revenge of the tidbits, they say.

Other evenings, the menu has to be titillating to your taste buds. Especially when the restaurants are all clustered in an area and you have choices.

The wine list is also important. In some restaurants, the wine list consists of highly priced bottles of six wines all from France. Or overpriced bottles from you don’t know where.

But often, there are two or three choices for a particular cuisine. Check out if their chef comes from the country where that cuisine is from. You are more likely to get the real thing and not the stylized version of it. There is nothing wrong about stylized cuisine as some of the real ones are hard to take anyway.

Culinary Trends to Try in Restaurants Culinary Trends in Restaurants

This video showcases the latest culinary trends you must try in restaurants. What is the latest for one may not be for another. We have a different preference, especially for food. So, go for what is best for you. But in case you’re curious as to the latest trend, view this video.

4. Choose a Restaurant That Gives Good Value Price matters when you choose

When you are bringing a big group, look for one that will give you value for your money. This does not mean being cheap but getting a good meal that you feel happy about paying. You are satisfied for what you get.

As an example in Thailand, why would I pay $25 for a pad thai that tastes average in a restaurant when I can buy a better tasting one in the street for a dollar?

Or, in Hanoi, the street restaurants offer local food that are more tasty than in fancy restaurants.

Value Options in Restaurants 5. Excellent Service

Want good service in a restaurant? Don’t just expect it. Make it happen. When you find a restaurant you like, befriend the waiters and waitresses. Treat them kindly as you would treat your own friends and you will find that you will get great service all the time.

Sometimes, these waiters are super busy and you demand a hundred things. When you see them carrying many things to your table, be helpful. Give them space to place it.

Take some of the things that are hard for them to place on some sides of your table. These may be little things, but when you help them, they will go out of their way to make sure you are served properly.

Over and beyond this, of course, are restaurants with impeccable service no matter who you are.

Service in a Restaurant – Give the Best to the Customer Do you enjoy good service in restaurants? – How much do you appreciate this? 6. Hygiene in the Restaurant Check out the washroom

You may just want to check out the restaurant before you decide to book a table. Have a drink first and check out the place. Go use the washroom.

This is my friend’s standard procedure. Use the bathroom and when it is clean, chances are hygiene standards are followed in the restaurant.

A Traditional Restaurant 7. Tried and Tested Restaurants For big events, this is my criteria

However, for big events, it is always helpful to go to places you have tried and tested. You are better able to focus on the evening when the place is familiar and and the staff knows you.

You can make recommendations, you know the wine list, and you are familiar with the way things are done. You don’t have many things to worry about. Just enjoy the meal and the experience of good service and a happy environment.

Even for just a regular going out, there is comfort in places you know. Every Saturday, we go to FCC, a riverside restaurant here in Cambodia. We had been doing this for years so we have attended weddings of staff, we know their kids and families and their desires and dreams. We actually go back to get updates.

Here, we can ask for what we want to eat even if it is not on the menu. Comfort food. How can it be better than this?

Seafood Platter in Dalmatino My Fascinating Restaurant Experience Sometimes, I Luck Out

Last night was one of those perfect moments in dining, when the wine was great and not over priced, the food well prepared and presented, the ambience was perfect, not loud and the diners were sedate.

The chef went around asking each table how they find the food. The servers were all attentive just at the right time without disturbing our own conversation. We were very happy.

To top it all, they had a promotion that if your bill reaches a certain amount, you get a free stay with breakfast for two in their newly opened hotel which is at present the top hotel in the city. You can even gift this to your family or friends. What a bargain and a great value for money.

That was not the highlight of what we got. We decided for this restaurant because of a news item that they have for this week, the Michelin chef, Eric Maio, cooking dinner. We called up a friend and trooped there.

We have not been to the hotel before as it just opened and we were impressed but the lamb my husband had was perfect. My pigeon had this heavenly crust and the pigeon is the most tender and juicy I have ever eaten and all the other accoutrements were tasty and different that we got some ideas, too. It is seldom to have this restaurant experience.

Interesting Data on Restaurant Delivery

With the COVID lockdown, most of our favorite restaurants only offer delivery. Most of us, even though some restaurants have opened, we still stick to the delivery option. It is interesting to note here that recent studies have shown different age groups’ behavior to restaurant delivery. Particularly interesting to restaurants who want to enhance their food delivery options are the insights on a survey made by Revenue Management Solutions. The July 2023 results compared to May 2023 :

Dine-in saw no increase despite the lifted restrictions on eating out. Contactless channels, on the other hand, increased with meal kits showing the most significant growth.

38% of Millenials order at least 5x per week, but GenZ is catching up.

There is a growing interest among consumers to go back to restaurants soon.

For a more comprehensive view of this survey, go to https://lnkd.in/eC6yRnQ

Useful Links on Analysis Restaurants

© 2010 Mary Norton

Mary Norton (author) from Ontario, Canada on August 11, 2023:

Thanks, Patrick. This is very helpful. Will check it out.

Patrick Huwyler on August 07, 2023:

Thanks for the article Mary.

I also think that looking for menu limitations is decisive. A restaurant that that uses fresh and seasonal ingredients will tend to have a very limited menu. Less is more.

I discuss more criteria on Instagram: english4hospitality if you’re interested…

anonymos on August 23, 2023:


Mary Norton (author) from Ontario, Canada on August 20, 2023:

Thanks for the addition. Will check out the article.

Bob Lewis from New York on August 19, 2023:

Mary Norton (author) from Ontario, Canada on May 30, 2023:

Audrey, you can do it. Hope to see you one day in one of the world’s greatest restaurants.

Audrey Hunt from Idyllwild Ca. on May 17, 2023:

If I were wealthy I would travel the world just to try new foods and restaurants. The ceiling belonging to the Dubrovnik restaurant is amazing! Atmosphere plays an important role for me when I eat out.

Thanks for another unique and fun hub.

Akruti patel on November 09, 2023:

The best place to eat in a restaurant and engage with fun among friends because of good ambiance with good quality music system. The HHI Bhubaneswar have all these facilities to make the place more unique

Ria on June 19, 2023:

It was really useful

Mary Norton (author) from Ontario, Canada on June 01, 2023:

Thank you Peggy. We try to find some of the best restaurants when we travel, something we enjoy as we bring home the know how. We always enjoy trying out something new especially in food.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on June 01, 2023:

We have our favorites but also like to try new cuisines or try different restaurants on occasion. The tip about checking out the restrooms for cleanliness is a good one. I enjoyed looking at your photos from restaurants around the world.

Mary Norton (author) from Ontario, Canada on January 24, 2023:

We are also like you. When we find a restaurant we like, we keep going back. Travel is good as it makes us try something new. Otherwise, we like to be regulars.

Peg Cole from Northeast of Dallas, Texas on January 23, 2023:

Your article makes me want to go out to a really fancy restaurant and sample the cuisine. Most of the time we end up at one of our three favorite places where we’re comfortable, the food is good, the staff is friendly and the place is clean and affordable. Recently we went out as a group to the Silver Fox here in Dallas for the first time and had an incredible experience with excellent service and food. You’re right. You can tell a lot about a place by the way they maintain the restrooms.

Mary Norton (author) from Ontario, Canada on June 20, 2023:

That’s a good recommendation. I will have to look that up.

sukkran trichy from Trichy/Tamil Nadu on February 06, 2014:

for me taste and hygiene are very important. thanks for an interesting share

WriterJanis2 on April 28, 2013:

I love to try new restaurants, but I also have my favorites.

mrsclaus411 on January 30, 2013:

Great lens. I like going to restaurants with good food, nice ambiance, and good service too.

anonymous on October 16, 2012:

Always take a step back and watch the servers, dishes coming out to patrons and the faces of the diners. A lot can be told about the establishment from this exercise.


anonymous on October 09, 2012:

I love restaurants with friendly staff, good ambiance and quality of food. Of course location plays a major role too.

FashionMommy on July 03, 2012:

I often choose restaurants based on ambiance, service and good food. Great lens.

RetroMom on April 01, 2012:

Great tips on choosing a restaurant.

sousababy on March 29, 2012:

I was a server in my 20’s while in college, so I look for good service and good food (prepared in a healthy way). I often ask specifics about how the food is prepared.

anonymous on January 03, 2012:

Nice tips and unique topic. Liked!

Thanks so much for your support and blessing my “Top 10 Most Favorite Foods of Filipinos for Christmas Eve (Noche Buena)” lens.

As a token of appreciation, I have featured your this lens on my “Top 10 Pinoy New Year’s Resolutions “lens.

Hope you’ll like it, too.



Tony Payne from Southampton, UK on March 04, 2011:

We usually go for value for money in a restaurant. Unfortunately we can’t afford fine dining, but so many of those places leave you still hungry when you come out. I think I have only tipped more than 15% on several occasions, and then it was when service was exceptions. I can’t imagine tipping 60% or more.

Video Un Restaurant Din Galați A Ars Complet

Incendiu devastator aseară în Galaţi. Un restaurant a ars din temelii, iar zeci de persoane au fost evacuate dintr-un bloc de garsoniere aflat in spatele localului. O tânăra de 19 ani a ajuns la spital intoxicată cu fum. Pompierii s-au luptat cu flăcările până spre dimineaţă.

Un restaurant din Galați a ars complet





Incendiul a fost observat de un gălăţean la o jumătate de oră după miezul nopţii.

Restaurantul, aflat pe un bulevard central din oraș, este pe structură de lemn aşa că flăcările s-au extins cu uşurinţă.

În spatele localului se află un bloc de garsoniere. Aproape 40 de oameni au fost evacuați de pompieri.

Dupa două ore, pompierii au reușit să localizeze incendiul.

În această dimineață, pompierii vor evalua pagubele și vor încerca să afle cauza incendiului. Proprietarul restaurantului bănuiește că e posibil ca un frigider vechi să fi luat foc.


Mes Bonnes Adresses De Restaurants À Colmar

Vous êtes à la recherche d’un bon restaurant à Colmar? Bonne nouvelle, il y en a beaucoup!

Pour vous donner un coup de main dans votre choix, je vous propose ici ma sélection de bonnes adresses. Je ne sais pas si ce sont les meilleurs restaurants de Colmar (c’est beaucoup trop subjectif), mais ce sont en tout cas les adresses que je recommanderais à des amis me demandant conseil.

J’ai privilégié les restaurants de cuisine française et alsacienne car ce sont ceux que l’on a en général envie de tester lors d’un séjour en Alsace. Je n’ai pour l’instant pas inclus les restaurants étoilés, qui sont un peu ” hors catégorie “.

Pour les amateurs de cuisine biologique et les végétariens, je vous invite à consulter mon article sur les restaurants biologiques et végétariens de Colmar.

Cette liste n’est pas figée et est amenée à évoluer au fur et à mesure de mes coups de coeur… Il n’y a pas de hiérarchie entre les restaurants de la liste.

Et si vous cherchez aussi un restaurant à Strasbourg, n’hésitez pas à consulter mes bonnes adresses de restaurants à Strasbourg.

Vous venez à Colmar? Planifiez un séjour inoubliable à Colmar et dans sa région sans perdre de temps grâce à mon guide numérique! Vous y trouverez les plus beaux lieux, les activités à ne pas louper et les meilleures adresses! Cliquez ici pour le découvrir

La Table du Brocanteur (cuisine française)

Comme son nom l’indique, le restaurant regorge d’objets chinés à droite à gauche, ce qui lui donne une atmosphère très chaleureuse. J’ai eu un vrai coup de cœur pour ce restaurant!

Pensez à réserver au minimum une semaine en avance, la Table du Brocanteur a beaucoup de succès. J’ai déjà essayé d’y aller spontanément, il n’y a jamais de place!

Je suis souvent difficile en matière de poisson mais le leur est excellent: frais et parfaitement cuit, je me suis régalée!

Wistub Brenner (cuisine alsacienne)

On y déguste notamment une bonne choucroute, du bibalaskas, une tourte de la vallée ou encore du jarret de chúng tôi nombreuses spécialités d’Alsace!

La philosophie du chef Daniel Queille: ” Acheter le meilleur chez les meilleurs et faire simple mais bon “. Personnellement, ça me parle!

J’adore leur Bibalaskas. En plus du traditionnel fromage blanc et pommes de terre sautées, il est accompagné de jambon fumé et de munster. Simple mais délicieux!

La Cour des Anges (cuisine française avec options végé/vegan + tartes flambées)

La Cour des Anges est exactement le genre de restaurant que j’adore: placé en plein centre de Colmar tout en étant un peu à l’abri, avec une salle bien décorée et une terrasse agréable, et où l’on mange bien sûr très bien!

A la carte, des plats faits maison, faisant la part belle aux produits bio et locaux (les producteurs sont d’ailleurs fièrement mentionnés sur la carte) et pouvant convenir à tous types de régimes alimentaires. Que vous soyez végétarien, vegan ou carnivore, vous y trouverez votre bonheur. Je m’y suis pour ma part régalée!

Même si les plats sortent globalement du “tradi alsacien” (ce qui fait du bien aussi!), je vous conseille de tester les tartes flambées, dont la pâte est faite maison (c’est rare!) et la garniture de grande qualité.

Infos pratiques Mon addition

De mémoire, les plats sont entre 15 et 20€ mais il faut que je vérifie la prochaine fois…!

Horaires et avis

Vous trouverez ici les horaires et avis de la Cour des Anges .

Jadis et Gourmande (cuisine alsacienne)

L’endroit est vraiment chaleureux, avec une décoration style brocante et des ours en peluche un peu partout. On s’y sent tout de suite bien!

Côté cuisine, Jadis et Gourmande propose de nombreux plats traditionnels alsaciens mais plus originaux que les choucroutes et baeckeoffe que l’on trouve un peu partout. On pourra ainsi par exemple déguster une tourte à la viande, des fleischnakas, des lawerknepfla… Des plats majoritairement à la viande mais quelques plats végétariens sont également à la carte. Tout est savoureux et servi en portions très généreuses. Gardez tout de même une petite place pour le dessert, les tartes sont énormes et fabuleuses (les meilleures de Colmar pour moi) et la torche aux marrons délicieuse également.

Seul bémol, l’accueil parfois un peu sec de la patronne. Sinon, le service est agréable en général. Pensez à réserver: c’est un restaurant pris d’assaut, même en basse saison touristique!

Le Petit Bidon (cuisine française)

Côté décoration, l’ensemble est réussi, avec une ambiance assez sobre et quelques objets sympas dont de gros bidons de lait. Les suggestions du jour sont d’ailleurs inscrites sur un de ces bidons!

En prime, l’accueil et le service sont très souriants.

Le Quai 21 (cuisine française)

Coup de cœur pour le menu du jour, servi le midi en semaine. Une entrée, un plat et un dessert d’une grande qualité changeant tous les jours vous sont servis pour 23€. Vous pouvez consulter le menu à l’avance sur la page Facebook du restaurant. C’est un vrai régal, je vous le recommande!

Le cadre du Quai 21 est à la hauteur de la cuisine. Situé dans une ancienne poissonnerie, la décoration est élégante et chaleureuse. Le service est également agréable.

L’épicurien, bistrot à vins (cuisine française)

La carte des vins est impressionnante et l’épicurien propose également une quelques bières artisanales alsaciennes. Avis aux amateurs!

Enfin, l’ambiance “bois, ardoises et bouteilles de vin” de la décoration donne une atmosphère conviviale au restaurant et le service est agréable.

Infos pratiques Mon addition

36€ pour un plat, un dessert et une bière alsacienne. Le tout à la carte. Au déjeuner en semaine, l’épicuriens propose également des menus.

Horaires et avis

Retrouvez ici les horaires et avis de l’Epicurien.

La Cocotte de Grand-Mère (cuisine française) Restaurant l’Echevin (cuisine française)

L’Echevin propose de la très bonne cuisine française et de bons produits régionaux. La décoration, dans un style très classique, est réussie. J’y ai passé un bon moment!

La Fleur de Sel (cuisine alsacienne)

A la carte, une carte réduite et une cuisine alsacienne de qualité: choucroute, bibalaskas, baeckeoffe, tarte flambée… Les grands classiques sont là et les prix très raisonnables. Une bonne petite adresse!

La Soï (tartes flambées)

Où manger une bonne tarte flambée à Colmar? Il n’y a pas des tonnes d’adresses: vous en trouverez beaucoup de mauvaises! Heureusement, vous lisez ce blog et êtes prévenu: on ne mange pas de tarte flambée n’importe où! Le restaurant la Soï est une bonne adresse à Colmar pour déguster une délicieuse flammekueche.

La salle est toute petite (réservation indispensable!), avec une décoration simple plutôt rustique et chaleureuse. La cuisine se trouve derrière le comptoir: on peut donc voir la cuisinière à l’oeuvre. L’accueil est sympathique. Une très bonne adresse à Colmar!

Au Soleil Levant (cuisine japonaise)

J’ai testé énormément de restaurants japonais en France, mais le Soleil Levant est sans conteste l’un des meilleurs. C’est bien simple, je n’ai jamais mangé de sushis aussi fondants.

Aux commandes, un véritable chef japonais, Yasuaki Sato, originaire de Yokohama.

Tư Vấn, Em Sĩ Quan Muốn Ra Quân Part 1

Nhớ cT cũ mềnh, hồi thiếu úy bị đì ác quá. Về nhà khóc nói với mẹ là muốn ra quân ngay và luôn, mẹ động viên cố lên xxxxbacc các kiểu. Giờ sắp đại úy rồi, tâm lý chiến sỹ cực kỳ luôn.

Sĩ quan quèn thì muốn ra quân là phải rồi. Vào khó chứ ra thì làm cái đơn nộp lên bộ chỉ huy là đc xét

Sĩ quan đc cơ cấu mới gọi là ấm cật, đi học đều đều, hàm lên đều đều. Ở trung đoàn ngày xưa học có cha mới 34 đã tiểu đoàn trưởng hàm trung tá cmnr. Chứ sĩ quan cùi thì khéo gần hưu mới ngoi lên đc hàm tá, chức thì quèn toàn trợ lí với tham mưu quân lực…

Nhà cậu nghèo xong cậu cố thi vào quân đội để được free học phí còn nuôi ăn 4 năm ra làm con người có trình độ, chẳng cống hiến gì mà cậu đòi ra quân, quay lưng lại với tổ chức. Coi được không, nếu cậu lăn tăn vấn đề xa nhà hay nghèo thì sao chẳng thi trường khác hay đi làm sau khi học cấp 3 cho nó tự chủ??? Nói vậy chứ cậu mới ra trường đi làm thì thấy vậy thôi, dần dần sẽ quen, lương chẳng cao nhưng ổn định, lên đều đều, cuộc sống nhàn hạ, tích lũy vài năm rồi cưới con vợ ngoan ngoan nó chăm mẹ cho, còn mình thì yên vị với cuộc sống dậy sớm tập thể dục, ăn ở tập thể, hơi gò bó tí nhưng mà nhàn chả phải bon chen so đo như bên ngoài thế giới hề hề :sogood:

Lương lậu thế nào thím. A cũng trung úy vùng núi lương 750$

Gửi từ Samsung SM-J730G bằng vozFApp

Bác chắc phải rất giỏi nhỉ:adore:. Vì còn được ở lại trường giảng dạy mà :beauty: Mà em tưởng lương an ninh giàu thì khó chứ đủ sống vẫn thoải mái mà nhỉ:byebye:

ở lại đi bác, giơf ra quân ít nhất tầm hơn 1 năm từ khi náo vs bên chính trị, mà đã có đơn, 1 năm bác sống trong đơn vị cũng chán bỏ mẹ. https://i.imgur.com/sb8AJ2W.gif em khuyên bác ở lại 😀

Re: Page 9 – Tư vấn, Em sĩ quan muốn ra quân

Mới https://i.imgur.com/nWBbd2I.jpgtháo xog cái máy xquang,tranh thủ lên reply cho mấy bác xíu, làm nguyên đêm cho xog,mai sáng cho bv hoạt động Nhiều bạn thắc mắc mình ra quân có hối hận k, mình chỉ nói 1 điều nếu mình làm sai thì sẽ đủ sống, còn nếu mình làm đúng thì k đủ nuôi sống bản thân và gia đình ( lương thượng uý tại trường chỉ dc 8tr2 chưa trừ các khoản) tháng mình đóng tiền góp nhà 6tr điện nước 1tr tiền xăng xe đi lại 2tr,chưa tính ăn uống…thì sao đủ dc, khi mình xuất ngũ rất nhiều sóng gió k đơn giản như mọi ng nghĩ là ra dể đâu ( phần lớn gia đình áp lực) giờ bằng cử nhân tâm lý, cử nhân cntt, sơ cấp chuẩn đoán hình ảnh, kỷ thuật viện điện tử…cuối cùng ra kinh tế chỉ áp dụng dc 2 cái kỷ thuât điện vs chuẩn đoán hình ảnh…giờ làm dc mấy tháng cv rất tốt,tháng 10 may mắn kiếm dc 70tr, tháng tệ nhất cũng kiếm dc 16tr…ổn định hơn xưa làm việc k còn suy nghĩ làm trái lương tâm

Được gửi từ iPhone 6 Plus – vozForums

Re: Page 9 – Tư vấn, Em sĩ quan muốn ra quân

Để anh nói với chú thớt là không có phải bồi thường đâu. Mình không muốn làm thì chả ai bắt mình làm hết, nhưng chú cứ suy nghĩ cho thật kỹ, quyết định xin ra thì cứ gặp cấp trên mà hỏi trình tự thủ tục. Nhưng phải xác định mình có gì trong tay, với trình độ của mình có đáp ứng mặt bằng ngoài xã hội hay không. Tâm lý mấy thằng kỹ thuật mới ra trường lúc éo nào cũnh xám xịt, cơ bản ở trong trường nó toàn màu hồng. Chỉ muốn khuyên là dù lương ít nhưng mình vẫn còn rất nhiều thời gian trống, có thể kiếm thêm với những kiến thức mà mình có. Khi nào đủ vững thì hãy nghĩ tới chuyện đứng chân trong chân ngoài, hoặc bước hẳn 2 chân ra đời Mỗi khi nản mình luôn nghĩ 2 vấn đề sau: biết trước có cảnh như này, vì sao mình vẫn chọn. Và nếu nhảy chỗ khác liệu có khá hơn thế này không, lúc đó mình có lại tiếc hay không? Trả lời được 2 câu đó thì đưa ra quyết định mới đúng được.

Được gửi từ iPhone 8 – vozForums

ông thớt học ktqs ra, nó phân về nhà máy là sang khối hạch toán, ăn lương theo sản phẩm, ko ăn theo quân hàm, nhà máy có việc dạng như mấy con Z làm súng đạn, pháo phiếc còn có việc chứ đầy con Z đang thoi thóp, chuẩn bị sắp xếp lại nữa thì chán là phải https://i.imgur.com/4RJD3gO.png Xin chuyển về gần nhà gần như ko thể vì giờ cực kỳ hạn chế chuyển từ khối bảo đảm sang chiến đấu, trừ khi con cháu cực to, ra quân về gần nhà chăm mẹ cũng đc, thủ tục thì làm đơn bình thường, lên gặp cán bộ ng ta hướng dẫn, ko phải đền tiền đào tạo https://i.imgur.com/Mv75GW3.gif

Gv t47 mà k có tiền á,mình thấy giáo viên chạy xe hơi ầm ầm. Có thể là khó mua đất ,mua nhà chứ như thím kể thật là hiếm có. Thím chuyển về hcth thì có thời gian làm ngoài r mà sao xin ra quân phí vậy :surrender:

Nãy h mới thấy thím nói đúng này. Đảm bảo thớt xin ra k chịu dc áp lực từ gia đình,xong vật vờ vượt qua dc cũng đi học nghề r làm thuê,xong vất quá lại hối hận các kiểu và méo làm dc việc j ra hồn.

Re: Page 10 – Tư vấn, Em sĩ quan muốn ra quân

Thật chứ nhiều người cứ thấy công an quân đội là chê này chê nọ nhưng mình thấy cũng tuỳ người, ngÀnh nghề nào chả có người nọ người chai, mình có mấy đứa bạn làm an ninh, gia cảnh bth đi làm công ăn lương vừa đủ sống :go:

Được gửi từ Nokia 1102 – vozForums

Re: Page 4 – Tư vấn, Em sĩ quan muốn ra quân

Chia sẻ kinh nghiệm của mình. Hiện mình cũng làm 1 nhà máy của quốc phòng nhưng bên hậu cần đây. Lao động Hd thôi vì mới vào Thứ nhất là lương các nhà máy công ty Qp giờ đa số hạch toán tự chủ tài chính . Chủ thớt học Hvktqs ra chắc họ cho làm bên kỹ thuật quân khí, các nhà máy Z… gì đó. Mà bên quân khi nói thật hàng thì ít nên lương chả dc bao nhiêu đâu. Lương ông dc 4 củ chắc nhà máy cũng ít việc phải không. Hơn cả tốt nghiệp hvktqs là có trình độ đầu vào rất rất cao mà đi làm xa nhà lương bèo thì chán là phải Có 2 phương án cho ông : 1 : cố gắng thăng tiến. Như lương tôi tầm 8-9 củ ăn lương đại học tức ngang tầm lương thượng úy số bên ngoài . Nếu lên sếp thì lương khá ổn hơn chục củ. Tất nhiên là quân hàm chỗ tôi chỉ để đóng bh chứ lương hạch toán phụ thuộc vào doanh số và vị trí công tác, y như tư nhân vậy. Nhưng rõ ràng lên sếp phải có cơ cấu, khéo léo ăn nói , được lòng sếp hoặc năng lực phải giỏi. Ko thì phọt phẹt qua ngày chứ ko ngóc lên dc đâu 2 là ra quân. Theo như tôi thấy có ông anh mới xin nghỉ mà đang ngạch công nhân QP thì đầu tiên viết theo cái mẫu đơn có sẵn rồi nộp cho giám đốc xí nghiệp. Tùy theo sếp có muốn giữ ông lại không. Nếu sếp không muốn giữ ông lại thì rất đơn giản đơn sẽ dc ký và chờ nộp lên tổng, từ tổng sẽ nộp ra tổng cục giải quyết chấm dứt hợp đồng cnvqp hoặc qncn. Nếu ông là qncn hoặc sĩ quan sẽ có trợ cấp ra quân, còn bảo hiểm giữ lại sau này ra ngoài làm đóng tiếp . Hết phim

Được gửi từ iPhone 6s – vozForums

Ra đi thím ạ, thím không có ô to, thì cũng chết dí ở những nhà máy Z đó thôi. Ông già em làm bộ đội, nên em biết.

Cập nhật thông tin chi tiết về Vocabulary For Complaining/Problems In A Restaurant Exercise Part 2 trên website Bac.edu.vn. Hy vọng nội dung bài viết sẽ đáp ứng được nhu cầu của bạn, chúng tôi sẽ thường xuyên cập nhật mới nội dung để bạn nhận được thông tin nhanh chóng và chính xác nhất. Chúc bạn một ngày tốt lành!