Italian Vocabulary and Custom (bill, tipping, ecc.) at the Restaurant (subtitles)

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Hello everyone and welcome back to my channel. In today's video I have gathered some information that I think is important to know when going to a restaurant. Let's start. When you want to go to a restaurant, it can be a good idea to make a reservation, so that you can be sure of finding a seat. A reservation. When you sit down at the table, the waiter or waitress brings the menu to order food and drink. To order we use the verbs "prendere" (in the present indicative) and "volere" (in the present conditional), then "Prendo" and "Vorrei". I'll have the tagliata. I'll have the pasta with zucchini, crispy guanciale and pecorino. Very well. The foods on the menu are divided into starters, first course meals (pasta, risotto, etc.), second course meals (meat, fish), side dished (vegetables), desserts. When ordering food, it is important to communicate if you have any food allergies, intolerances or restrictions. Allergens are indicated in the menus with symbols, but it is good to ask if you have any doubts. The advice I give you is to write down the Italian words corresponding to what you are allergic or intolerant to, so as to show it.